Regional District: Thompson-Nicola
The Village of Clinton is located on Highway 97, 40 kilometres north of the junction of the Trans Canada Highway 1 at Cache Creek.
Clinton is a small friendly community close to larger centres, but offering a life of quiet living in one of the most pristine natural environments in the world. Clinton and its surrounding area have the opportunity to become prime attractions for residents, businesses and investors.
As a midway point between Vancouver and Prince George, Clinton serves as a centre providing amenities to both its own residents and the travelling public. Clinton's economic base is driven by the forest industry with other important employment sectors being ranching, retail trade and tourism. The entire region is experiencing a growth in the tourism industry and Clinton frequently welcomes not only visitors from North America, but from around the world.
Clinton abounds with outdoor recreation opportunities, fully serviced residential and commercial properties and, most important of all, a community prepared to encourage new business enterprise. For those entrepreneurs interested in business, Clinton is the perfect place to establish a commercial, light industrial or home based business.
Clinton's relaxing lifestyle and low cost of living is well suited for seniors and young working families. The community offers a safe and peaceful environment that includes all the amenities of a sustainable community including education, health care and recreational opportunities. Education is available from kindergarten through grade 12 and post-secondary opportunities are available. Two hospitals are within 40 minutes of the community. There is a medical clinic in the centre of town with a fully qualified nurse on staff. Emergency services include a fire department, ambulance service and R.C.M.P. detachment. Current infrastructure, which includes a modern water and sewage system, is capable of serving a population double in size. Clinton and area also boast over 90 businesses to serve your needs.
Recreational opportunities abound in the area with up to date facilities and a wilderness backcountry where hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, biking and many other activities are plentiful. Clinton's scenic surroundings and picturesque landscape truly are a nature lovers paradise.
To view investment opportunities visit Clinton's Investment Opportunities website: http://smartinvestclintonbc.ca/
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