Regional District: Bulkley-Nechako
A picturesque, historic village, Telkwa is nestled at the confluence of the world-renowned Bulkley and Telkwa Rivers. Surrounded by snow-capped mountain ranges and a myriad of lakes and streams, Telkwa's spectacular natural setting offers extensive outdoor adventure and year round recreational opportunities.
Telkwa is home to parks, playgrounds, established trails and historic buildi... Read More
Telkwa is home to parks, playgrounds, established trails and historic buildings, including the restored 1910 St. Stephen's Anglican Church and a one room schoolhouse which is now the Telkwa Museum.
A friendly, safe and growing family oriented community, Telkwa is attractive to potential buyers as it offers a rural setting, with larger lots and lower priced housing. While Telkwa boasts a steadily growing population and a large number of young children, the seniors are provided for as well with Telkwa House, a seniors’ rental housing complex and an active Telkwa Seniors Society.
Telkwa is set for a wide range of interests and needs, with an Elementary School, a Reading Centre, high-speed internet access, building lots, prime commercial spaces, baseball fields, soccer fields, community hall, parks, and retail and homebased businesses.
Welcome to the Telkwa Community Profile where you will find detailed demographic data as well as information about the communities workforce, transportation, energy and utilities, local government and quality of life. The reference information below helps to paint an overall picture of the community and provides a sense of competitive advantages for business, as well as why residents love to work, live and play in Telkwa.
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5130 Seaplane Base Road, Telkwa, BC
Well established Seaplane / Skiplane operation.A specialty air service which provides safe and reliable air transportation into the rugged back country of northern British Columbia. Our staff is highly experienced, having spent over 30 years in the harsh environment of British Columbia, the Yukon, A...
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- Built in late 1970’s (about 40 years old)
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189 E Stewart Street, Vanderhoof, BC, V0J
Built in 1993, this property offers 7,895 sq ft of purpose-built office space. Attractive lease in place; tenanted by the Provincial Government: Vanderhoof Access Centre. Substantial on-site parking. Terrific opportunity to own a stand alone building with AAA tenant. Excellent central location, on t...
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