Region: North Coast
Regional District: Kitimat-Stikine
Stewart possesses a rich history fostered by its founders, explorers, visitors and the precious minerals they sought. Strategically located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, Stewart has a continuous one hundred year history of facilitating mining and forestry development.
In the early 1900's, steamships transported passengers and goods into Stewart long before there wer... Read More
In the early 1900's, steamships transported passengers and goods into Stewart long before there were any roads. The railway was the only other means of transportation that was used. In 1906, the HMS Discovery from Seattle brought the first gold rush pioneers into Stewart.
By 1910 there was a full main street of stores, including four blocks, a population of 10,000 - 4 steamers a week, two very large wharves, 4 newspapers, many hotels and every kind of business. However, Stewart's dreams of expansion and of establishing permanent port facilities at the terminus of a transcontinental Canadian Railway never materialized.
Today, the economy of Stewart is supported by a varied range of industries including logging, mining and mining exploration and is destined to become a major port for distribution of ore and logs. Stewart deep sea, ice-free Port delivers easy and fast access to Asian Pacific markets and it is a viable alternative to Prince Rupert and Vancouver. Shorter turnaround times and private storage and loading facilities make Stewart the port of choice in northern B.C.
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NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
105-2905 Kenney St, Terrace, BC
Great opportunity to acquire the largest sign shop in Terrace, BC with a solid reputation of over 25 years in business. Silvertip Signs has preferred vendor status with companies such as: Rio Tinto, LNG Canada, JGC Fluor and many First Nations. Poised to take advantage of a great opportunity with Ca...
4617 Greig Avenue, Terrace, BC, V8G 1M9
This 2.83-acre commercial property in the downtown benefits from its location within the Terrace Downtown Improvement Area, within the Downtown Tax Exemption bylaw area, it has potential for further incentive if residential development is involved, and a subdivision concept is available to discuss....
4607 Keith Avenue, Terrace, BC, V8G 1K2
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