Investing in BC's Northern Rockies Regional District

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Overview

Region:  Northeast

The NRRM, incorporated on February 6th, 2009, is the first Regional Municipality in BC and officially combines the former entities of the Town of Fort Nelson and the Northern Rockies Regional District. The boundaries of the NRRM mimic that of the previous Regional District, encompassing about 10% of provinces landmass (85,148.87 km2 or 32,876.16 square miles).

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Community Size: 85,759.99 km²

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Coal River Lodge is a business for sale in BC.

Coal River Lodge

533 E Alaska Highway, Fort Nelson, BC
Coal River Lodge on 36 acres $575,000! Motel, restaurant, RV Park, and gas station. Located historic Mile 533 on the Alaska Highway. Good seasonal business for sale! Priced to sell. Motel has 6 rooms, each with their own private recently renovated washrooms and showers. On demand hot water. Licensed... continue

4804 50 Ave N is a commercial real estate opportunity in BC.

4804 50 Ave N

4804 50 Ave N, Fort Nelson, BC, V0C
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Metal recycling and sales of New specific metal products is a business for sale in BC.

Metal recycling and sales of New specific metal products

Okanagan, Okanagan, BC
Metal recycling as well as specific metal sales for fabrication/ construction. Great business for an energetic operator, family or small group with great cash flows for all members. Approx. 20 employees.... continue

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