A thriving, modern, First Nation Community of approximately 300 members, the Akisqnuk First Nation covers over 8,000 acres of some of the most picturesque land in the Columbia Valley. In fact, almost the entire distance between Windermere and Fairmont Hot Springs crosses the Akisqnuk First Nation. Pop. 300 Visit Aqisqnuk First
(web link www.shuswapband.net) (pop. 353) The First Nations people have always been keepers of the land, using its bounty to sustain their way of life. Native culture hinges on the belief that the land responds positively to care and respect. Those who nurture the land will receive back from it ten-fold. The vision
Located at the headwaters of the Columbia River, Canal Flats is the southern gateway into the Columbia Valley. Canal Flats strives to be the affordable, family-friendly village that re-connects people to nature, and each other. The Village is looking for ambitious community builders to pursue
Radium’s vision is to be an authentic, environmentally-focused mountain resort community with a dynamic mix of full-time population, daytime enterprise, and recreational property owners, expanding atmospheric tourism services, and a long list of community and valley recreational pursuit that drives motivation to visit or move
The small community of Windermere sits on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere, where the population swells in the summer. The world¹s largest outdoor mineral hot pool drew the first visitors to Fairmont Hot Springs more than 100 years ago, with 3 golf courses, downhill skiing and accommodation surrounding it. Panorama is a
Invermere-on-the-Lake is located on the northern shore of Lake Windermere, offering a vibrant downtown and seasonal farmers market, a hospital, high school, community college, many professional services offices, the new Columbia Valley Centre and two public beach areas. Lead employment sector: Accommodation & food services Investment targets: Light Manufacturing, Technology Pop.