Investing in BC's Peace River Regional District

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Region:  Northeast

The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) was established in 1987 when the lands formerly included in the Peace River-Liard Regional District were divided into two regional districts. The PRRD encompasses approximately twelve million hectares (120,000 square kilometers), includes serves a population of 58,264 that resides in seven incorporated municipalities and four rural electoral areas. T... Read More

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Community Size: 119,849.88 km²

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