Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Mount Waddington
The District of Port Hardy is the largest of six communities in the Regional District of Mt. Waddington with a current population of approximately 4,008 (2011 census) and a land base of 4,081 hectares. The District provides services to an additional 1,050 area residents, including three First Nations bands: the Kwakiutl, Quatsino, and Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw. Within its boundaries, the District can offer investors prime development properties within the downtown core, as well as at its federally maintained airport, in the marine industrial park, and in areas identified for infill or redevelopment. High-speed internet, good cell phone coverage, significant infrastructure and a diverse business community provide potential investors with the amenities needed to establish a new business or grow an existing one.
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26 Boardwalk, Telegraph Cove, BC
British Columbia's first whale watching company established in 1980. Orca (killer whales), humpback whales and many other marine mammals frequent the Johnstone Strait area and Broughton Archipelago. Telegraph Cove is located on the Northern end of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.Committed to ethical an...
2393 Beacon Ave, Sidney, BC, V8L 1W9
914 sq ft of well appointed ground floor office/retail space located at the busiest intersection in Sidney. Currently set up with reception area , private office, kitchenette and private bathroom. Onsite parking for customers and staff make it a great option for service based businesses. Vacant and ...
Kwatsi Bay, Simoom Sound, BC
Kwatsi Bay MarinaBusiness for sale, located in one of the most stunning settings on the west coast.Upland lease: 2 bedroom house, cabin, workshop. Foreshore lease: 500 feet of dock, gift store.Kwatsi Bay Marina has a sterling reputation in the boating world. This is a rare opportunity to live and wo...
Sidney, B.C.-based Empire Hydrogen Energy Systems Inc. is sparking interest and sales in North American trucking fleets. The company’s innovative new fuel enhancement system allows large diesel engines to burn fuel 10-25% more efficiently.
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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