Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Comox Valley
The City of Courtenay is situated on the east coast of central Vancouver Island, within the traditional lands of the K'ómoks First Nation. Accessible by land, sea or air, Courtenay is a culturally diverse community that offers supernatural beauty at its doorstep. The City of Courtenay (approximate population 25,000) is the urban and cultural hub of the larger community, the Comox Valley (app... Read More
The City of Courtenay is situated on the east coast of central Vancouver Island, within the traditional lands of the K'ómoks First Nation. Accessible by land, sea or air, Courtenay is a culturally diverse community that offers supernatural beauty at its doorstep. The City of Courtenay (approximate population 25,000) is the urban and cultural hub of the larger community, the Comox Valley (approximate population 65,000).
Courtenay is an innovative, vibrant and growing City that works together to provide opportunities and excellent services making our community a great place to live, work and do business.
With many beaches, rivers, and lakes; Mt. Washington Ski and Alpine Resort; and world class golfing, the Comox Valley is known for its year-round recreation and sports opportunities. This is one of few places in the world where you may go ocean kayaking in the morning, cycle at lunch, downhill ski in the afternoon... and then end your day dining at a five-star restaurant or simply enjoying a bag lunch on the beach. Here you will find a distinctive community with a rich history and magnificent natural beauty, plus quaint shops, arts, entertainment and plenty more!
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NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
259 East Island Highway, Parksville, BC
This is a long running Thai restaurant that has never changed its owner, it is possibly the longest running on Vancouver Island. The restaurant has been opened since 2004, and due to the family retiring and moving back to Thailand, they have to part ways. The establishment is right in the heart of P...
1025 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay, BC, V9N 2J9
Offering prime professional office space. Perfect for therapists, lawyers, accountants, educators, financial services. Space offers a spacious reception area, four offices, two bathrooms, kitchen area and three large boardrooms/meeting rooms or patient rooms. Neutral colors to suit any business. ...
Lot A Burde Street, Port Alberni, BC
Wow! Fantastic future development opportunity! 16.35 acres of land centrally located within the city of Port Alberni. Situated in an area of upscale properties and is an exceptional building site for a possible expansion of new homes. Walking distance to all amenities including; Restaurants, Shoppin...
A Brazilian software development company has found the ideal location for expanding its operations – in Victoria, British Columbia. Founded in 2004, Daitan serves a global client base from multiple locations, including Campinas, Brazil and San Ramon, California. Now, the company has... continue
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In June 2019, Premier John Horgan embarked on a nine-day visit to Europe. The objectives of this visit were to commemorate D-Day, as well as to exp...
British Columbia’s fresh and diverse seafood products took centre stage at the B.C. Seafood Expo in Comox Valley on Vancouver Island earlier ...
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