Regional District: Thompson-Nicola
Surrounded by dry grasslands, working ranches, and dramatic desert scenery, Cache Creek (population: 1,037) is the crossroads to Cariboo Country and the Southern Interior of British Columbia.
Because of its location at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 97N, the town is a major stop off and rest point for those driving north, east to Kamloops, or westward to Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.
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Cache Creek, Cache Creek, BC
Loon Lake’s premier fishing and hunting resort has been in operation for over 30 years with the same owners. Consists of 14 RV sites, campground, store, manager’s residence with huge covered deck. Numerous docks, 10 cabins and some permanent trailers. The property is 21.4 acres and approximately ...
275 Lansdowne St, Kamloops, BC, V2C
At 275 Lansdowne Street the Continental Building is a first class property in a prime downtown location. The building houses a mix of professional business offices with a focus on medical usage, including a medical clinic. Attractive tenant and visitor amenities include convenient covered parking an...
1815 Rogers Place, Kamloops, BC
This licensed, full service, franchise seafood restaurant is part of a strong and well known brand across Canada that is known best for its@signature Fish @ Chips recipe. With recipes including seafood, shellfish, chicken, and pasta there is something for everyone on the menu.@ The franchise has a l...
VICTORIA - As the province attracts increased investment opportunities, the new Aboriginal Business and Investment Council is ready to help move projects forward that create jobs for families across... continue
Successful partnerships can strengthen communities, companies and regions. That’s certainly the case for the Stk’emlupsemc te Sewepemc Nation (SSN), which represents two member bands of the Secwepemc Nation that joined forces to pursue economic development opportunities in B.C.&rsquo... continue
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