Poised for growth, open for business

The Township of Langley is on the move. As one of the fastest growing municipalities in Metro Vancouver, it is the ideal place to do business, evidenced by its transformation into one of the largest business centres in the Lower Mainland, hosting regional branches of major banking institutions and international legal and accounting firms. There are many reasons why it was named in the Top 3 Best Cities for Work in BC—it is in all ways the optimal, welcoming, and dynamic location destination where business excels.

Situated on the traditional territories of the Kwantlen, Katzie, Matsqui and Semiahmoo First Nations, the Township supports some 7,000 businesses with an expanding population projected to double by 2040. As an economic powerhouse in British Columbia, the local economy features numerous anchored sectors, a skilled labour force, an array of leading training and education facilities, and a fully integrated transportation network inclusive of road, rail, port and airport infrastructure. Capitalizing on its prime location along the Trans-Canada Highway and direct trade access opportunities into the United States through a commercial border crossing, the ability to successfully grow a business in the Township is clear.

Diversity is the cornerstone of the Township’s rapid and successful growth. Sectors anchored in the Township include aerospace, agriculture, creative/film, manufacturing, professional services, retail, sport hosting, tourism, transportation and warehousing.

Trinity Western University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University are local accredited post-secondary institutions that ensure access to and availability of qualified and skilled local talent. Employers with workforce and skill development needs can find credit and non-credit courses from these and other specialized education and training facilities.

Of course, finding the right location is just as important for a business as it is for its employees. The Township promotes healthy and sustainable communities supporting a diverse mix of people of all ages while offering an affordable cost of living. There is an abundance of things to do that makes quality of life enjoyable. The Township of Langley is creating opportunities for businesses and our community to thrive.

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