Region: North Coast
Regional District: Skeena-Queen Charlotte
Haida Gwaii offers unique opportunities for a healthy and active lifestyle, land and sea connections to metropolitan areas, diverse opportunities for local business development from our sustainably managed natural resources, and communication and transportation infrastructure options to keep you connected to the outside world. Our affordable real estate, low tax rates, slow pace, and daily ... Read More
Haida Gwaii offers unique opportunities for a healthy and active lifestyle, land and sea connections to metropolitan areas, diverse opportunities for local business development from our sustainably managed natural resources, and communication and transportation infrastructure options to keep you connected to the outside world. Our affordable real estate, low tax rates, slow pace, and daily flights to Vancouver makes Haida Gwaii an ideal place for the working professional or business person looking for an alternative to the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Our key industries are forestry, fishing, and tourism, all of which present tremendous business opportunities for the creative entrepreneur or business person. We pride ourselves on our achievements for protecting the important places on Haida Gwaii from industrial activity, while we have laid the foundation for sustainable use of the remaining lands and waters that we rely on for our livelihoods. We welcome all who seek a different way of doing business and living on the Islands that is based in respect for this place, or Yah’guudang in the Haida language.
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801 3 Ave W, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 1M7
171 Mish Aw Road, Prince Rupert, BC, V0V
Monthly base rent is per acre.
Some marine infrastructure on site or nearby to share.
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101 11 Ave E, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 4N9
Located on Kaien Island, Prince Rupert is a one of two port cities in British Columbia and considered the land, air, and water transporation hub of the North Coast. Prince Rupert Port Authority is the largest economic driver for the city and the city’s building permits have more than doubled year af...
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