Regional District: Columbia-Shuswap
Sicamous is a district municipality in British Columbia located adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway at the Highway 97A junction, where Mara Lake empties into Shuswap Lake via a short narrows. Sicamous is a resort town and is the eastern gateway to the Shuswap. With over 1,000 km of shoreline surrounding Sicamous it styles itself as the Houseboat Capital of Canada. It has a population of 3,166.
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1221 Eagle Pass Way, Sicamous, BC
Thriving Turn Key restaurant includes land and buildings on TCH and 97B intersection. Stand alone restaurant with key location, tons of parking and increasing sales. Currently Grandma @ Grandpas Pizza @ Pasta Restaurant, this is an opportunity to run as is or create your own menu. Business and prope...
1221 Eagle Pass Way, Sicamous, BC, V0E 2V0
Thriving Turn Key restaurant includes land and buildings on TCH and 97B intersection. Stand alone restaurant with key location, tons of parking and increasing sales. Currently Grandma & Grandpas Pizza & Pasta Restaurant, this is an opportunity to run as is or create your own menu. Business and prope...
Salmon Arm, Salmon Arm, BC
Beautifully decorated 1,200 square foot space just off the hotel lobby that features reception and seating area, quality retail displays, make up stations, fully equipped mani/pedi room, three serene esthetics rooms for spa and medi services, employee break room, ample stock space and laundry room a...
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