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    Mt. Cheam, Chilliwack, BC

    Located in the upper Fraser Valley, 100kms east of Vancouver on the Trans Canada Highway, the city is bound on the north by the Fraser River and on the south by the Canada-United States border. With a growing population of 92,308, an ever-expanding infrastructure of leisure facilities, a mild climate, a vast array of recreational opportunities, shopping, arts and culture and a continuously growing education district, Chilliwack is fast becoming the destination of choice for many new businesses and residents.

    As part of the Greater Vancouver/Lower Mainland Economic Region, Chilliwack enjoys some of the same benefits as Vancouver: Canada's low cost dollar, proximity to major markets (the Pacific Rim), and easy access to the United States. Even with all these benefits, Chilliwack has more to offer with a lower cost of living and competitive labour, energy, land and housing costs.

    Competitive costs, combined with a strong economy and a superb quality of life, make Chilliwack one of the best places in the world to locate a business


    Situated in a majestic mountain setting at the east end of the lush Fraser Valley, Hope offers all the amenities of a large centre, while at the same time preserving the life style of a small community. Hope boasts an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities; scenic trails for all levels of hikers and bikers; pristine lakes, streams and creeks for fishers and water sport enthusiasts.

    Hope is located at the confluence of the mighty Fraser River and the smaller Coquihalla River and is nestled between the mountains of the Cascade and Coastal Mountain ranges. The views are stunning and the outdoor adventures are endless: hiking and biking trails for every fitness level plus river rafting, fishing, boating, golfing, rock hounding and gold panning. Thanks to the unique thermal air currents above Hope, you can also experience the thrill of soaring in a glider.


    District of Kent

    The community of Agassiz, with a population of just over 6000, rests at the intersection of Highway #9 and Highway #7 and offers all the conveniences one might need. It boasts the friendly community spirit of a regional farming community within any establishment you might wish to visit.

    Harrison Hot Springs

    The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is located in the beautiful Fraser Valley with its glacier fed lake, surrounded by mountains and clean fresh air, it offers a unique place to visit or live and enjoy the many recreational activities available.

    Harrison Hot Springs supports local business and works to facilitate the growth of a diverse sustainable economy and a high standard of living.


    Yarrow is a small community located 90 kilometres east of Vancouver and 12 km southwest of downtown Chilliwack, in British Columbia, Canada. It is in the Fraser Valley at the foot of Vedder Mountain. The village was first settled by Mennonites in the late 1920s, following the draining of Sumas Lake and the reclamation of the former lake bed for agriculture. Yarrow is located within the City of Chilliwack.

    Boston Bar

    Midway between Yale and Lytton on the Fraser River, the community of Boston Bar is a town steeped in history.

    Many of the prospectors in this area were from south of the border, notably the East Coast, and local First Nations took to calling these expatriates "Boston Men". Named after its American residents, Boston Bar became a busy stopover for traders and those heading north in search of gold.