Investing in Port Clements, British Columbia



Region:  North Coast

Regional District:  Skeena-Queen Charlotte

Centrally located on Graham Island, the largest island of Haida GwaiI, Port Clements offers unique local business development opportunities from their sustainably managed natural resources, land and sea connections to metropolitan areas, and opportunities for a healthy and active lifestyle. Ideally situated as a gateway to the wilderness of the island, this cozy little town at the east end o... Read More


Community Size: 17.96 km²

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