Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Cowichan Valley
Nestled on the eastern shores of spectacular Vancouver Island, the Town of Ladysmith features all the warmth and charm of small town living with a full range of services and amenities. Ladysmith is a growing community (population 7,921 in 2011) located just 88 km (55 miles) north of Victoria and 23 km (14 km) south of Nanaimo.
If you are looking to set up a new business, the Town of Ladysmith is ready to help - whether it is relocating an existing company, expanding to Ladysmith or starting a new venture. Assistance can also be provided to existing local businesses.
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421 First Avenue, Ladysmith, BC, Ladysmith, BC
Established, growing, profitable custom picture framing shop and gallery, open since 2000 in the heritage-rich community of Ladysmith on Vancouver Island, BC....
205 Bayview Ave, Ladysmith, BC, V9G 1S8
Beautiful ocean view property currently used as daycare and martial arts studio. The property is situated on a large lot at the end of downtown Ladysmith. The lot is paved providing off-street parking. The building is two levels with exterior access to the upper and basement levels. The upper floor ...
A-8432 TRANS CANADA HWY, Chemainus, BC
Be your own boss with this Chevron gas station and convenience store business. Island Hwy exposure over 24k cars per day, on turn off to Crofton and Salt Spring Island. Long term lease available. Attractive, newer building with access from both sides of the highway. 2000 sq.ft manager suite above al...
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The system consists of a small box of... continue
British Columbia’s expertise in managing forest fires has led a B.C. company to win a contract to train workers in fire-plagued parts of Indonesia. TREK Wildland Services has trained 400 Indonesians in Sumatra and East Kalimantan to fight out-of-control forest fires using the Incident... continue
Hub City Fisheries, of Nanaimo, British Columbia, netted big rewards after attending the Seafood Expo North America event in the spring of 2014.
In the months following the show, the Vancouver Island-based value-added fish processor finalized several deals to supply fish destined for the U... continue
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