Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Cowichan Valley
Located on Vancouver Island, the Municipality of North Cowichan spans 194 square kilometres, and is the largest municipality in the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD). The community centres of North Cowichan are Chemainus, Crofton, Maple Bay and the South End inclusive of University Village.
With almost 29,000 people, North Cowichan is built on the fishing, mining and logging industries. Today the work continues with traditional and new industry taking advantage of all the area has to offer.
North Cowichan’s economic foundation is diverse. Situated as an international vacation destination, we’re home to major industry, farming, high-tech and home-based businesses. Let’s talk. I want to know what I can do to assist your business in locating here.
- Mayor Jon Lefebure
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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).
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...
9579 Island Hwy, Chemainus, BC, V0R 1K0
3633 Mt Sicker Rd, Chemainus, BC
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