Regional District: Peace River
Fort St. John is “The Energetic City”, which reflects not only our large resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, but also the vitality of our residents who are keen to live and work in a community that gives back so much. Fort St. John attracts travelers with its wilderness adventures, as well as being home to some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in North America and is often referred to as “The Serengeti of the North”. Not to mention, people from near and far come to travel the world’s renowned and scenic Alaska Highway.
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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....
Dawson Creek, Dawson Creek, BC
- Well situated for highway access, the 152 acres is positioned in close proximity to Dawson Creek's commercial core - 40 acres (+/-) zoned C2 (General Commercial) and 112 acres (+/-) zoned M2 (Light Industrial) - Northeast corner of the site is influenced by Dawson Creek's floodplain resulting in a...
4753 51st Street, Chetwynd, BC
Coffee Talk Express is a community-based newsletter, keeping residents informed about what’s going on in their communities. Published three times weekly and delivered to businesses throughout the South Peace region, Coffee Talk Express contains articles and stories of local interest as well as regio...
During the Japan leg of her Jobs and Trade Mission to Asia in 2013, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark signed agreements fortifying relationships to increase investments for natural gas development in B.C.
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