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 of Masset Inlet offers breathtaking sunsets, magical rainbows, and a spectacular sky line. With easy access to the sea and the forest, our community can be the center of your fishing, hunting, or outdoor recreational activities. Affordable real estate, low tax rates, and slow pace make Port Clements an ideal place for the working professional or business person looking for an alternative to the hustle and bustle of the big city. Port Clements is characterized by the forestry industry that first began in the twentieth century. Today forestry, along with fishing and tourism, are the key industries; all of which present tremendous business opportunities for the creative entrepreneur or business person. The majority of people living and working in Port Clements are employed by the forestry industry, making it the centre of forestry activity on Haida Gwaii. There are a number of sawmills in operation in Port Clements as well as an industrial park. Haida Gwaii is a world class destination for the adventurous traveller. The accent here is on the great outdoors: the unique temperate rainforest, the pristine beaches, and the renowned Haida culture. Sportfishing, kayaking, sight-seeing on water and land, whale watching, mountain biking and hiking are all possible. Port Clements prides itself on their achievements for protecting the important places from industrial activity, while they have laid the foundation for sustainable use of the remaining lands and waters that they rely on for their livelihoods. They 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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800 Prince Rupert Boulevard, Prince Rupert, BC
Oasis Apartments is the premier apartment complex in Prince Rupert, offering both furnished and unfurnished suites for rent. Many of the 92 apartments have been completely renovated with upscale features such as heated tile floors, solid wood cabinets, full size appliances, and in-suite laundry.
500 2 Ave W, Prince Rupert, BC, V8J 3T6
The Rupert Square Mall has been serving the Prince Rupert community, and surrounding areas since 1975. The shopping centre currently features a variety of tenants, including large companies such as, Walmart, Home Hardware, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Dollarama. Financial institutions include, TD Canada ...
519 3rd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, BC
Vacant Pub and Cold Beer/Wine Store. This prime, 0.65-acre property sits on a corner lot and enjoys views overlooking Seal Cove, Tuck Inlet and the local Coast Mountains. Located nearby is the Canadian Coast Guard sea plane base, shipyard, curling rink, ferry terminal and garden center. In the pa...
The Skii km Lax Ha First Nation may be small – it has only 30 members – but its traditional territory of nearly 20,000 square kilometres is large and overlaps with an area known as the Golden Triangle, a region near Hazleton that has world-class copper and gold deposits.
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The City of Terrace, British Columbia signed an $11.8 million agreement in the summer of 2014 to sell two portions of the Skeena Industrial Development Park in Terrace to Taisheng International Investment Services (Taisheng). The City of Terrace and the Kitselas First Nation are joint-venture... continue
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