BC City Guides

Jan 24, 2022
Visit Ambleside and Dundarave
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + Ambleside Dundarave Business Improvement Association In Ambleside and Dundarave, we believe it takes a village to make a village, to embrace our local shops and services, and to encourage residents, employees and visitors to West Vancouver to support our local economy. The villages are home to interesting and varied shopping...

Jan 14, 2022
Campbell River: A Small City with Big Aspirations
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + City of Campbell River Matthew Gionet was born and raised in this seaside Vancouver Island community of more than 36,000 people and has witnessed its evolution from a bedrock resource industry community to a diverse and increasingly nimble hub of innovation and entrepreneurship. “My dad and grandad worked at the pulp...

Jan 12, 2022
B.C.’s Most Economically Resilient Cities in 2022
Andrew Macaulay

Carrying forward last year’s theme of resilience, our eighth annual ranking of B.C.’s best cities for work once again examines 50 of the province’s largest communities. With added consideration for social and environmental resilience, we throw a spotlight on the...

Jan 12, 2022
Quesnel: Live and Work in Nature's Playground
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + City of Quesnel Quesnel is located in the central interior of BC, on the traditional territory of the Lhtako Dene. Our four-seasons, outdoor playground offers unlimited adventure and recreational opportunities at our doorstep, making that work-life balance we all want a little more obtainable. Ride our new mountain biking trail...

Jan 10, 2022
Penticton offers ideal work-life balance
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + City of Penticton Picture it: two lakes, 200+ wineries, a vibrant craft beer and wine scene, Apex Mountain Ski Resort, Nickel Plate Nordic Centre, mountain biking trails, world-class rock climbing, a mild climate and much more. Penticton is about living the lifestyle dream while staying ahead in the business game. “While...

Jan 4, 2022
Abbotsford: Cultivating a skilled workforce
Jessica Kirby

BCBusiness + City of Abbotsford Abbotsford, BC, is known for its agriculture—amounting to $1.8 billion—but did you know the City is also growing a skilled workforce? The labour market in Abbotsford is young, with a median age of 37.9 years old. The city was recognized in 2018 as one of the Top 7...

Feb 11, 2021
B.C.’s Most Resilient Cities in 2021
Andrew Macaulay

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve overhauled our annual ranking of B.C.’s best cities for work with an expanded list of 50 communities, a revamped methodology and a shift in focus away from work and toward broader economic health.

Dec 4, 2019
Abbotsford the Hub of the Fraser Valley

BCBusiness + City of Abbotsford Abbotsford is the largest municipality in British Columbia by land area and the fifth largest by population. With affordable residential real estate, accessibility to parks and recreational facilities, 62% of citizens both live and work in Abbotsford. Abbotsford continues to attract the attention of investors and developers...

Dec 1, 2019
Township of Langley Poised for Success

BCBusiness + Township of Langley The Township of Langley, Metro Vancouver’s fastest growing municipality, is expected to double its 126,000 population by 2040, and that’s not surprising—home to Fort Langley, which is considered the “birthplace of BC”, and just a 40-minute drive to Vancouver, the Township offers diverse business and lifestyle...

Dec 1, 2019
Fort St. John: B.C.'s Best-Kept Secret

BCBusiness + City of Fort St. John Fort St. John, with 20,155 residents, is British Columbia’s best-kept secret. We think we have the best of everything—recreation at our doorstep, affordable living, and big city amenities, all in a small, friendly town. Here, you can spend less time commuting and less money on housing...

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