A Genuine Lifestyle Community
Retire 10 Years Earlier. Buy a Home at 25 Instead of 35. Enable your Entrepreneurial Vision. Leave $ in Your Pocketbook to Do What You Love. This is what we will accomplish with our housing innovation – including smaller minimum home size, laneway housing, mixed use development, work-live, secondary suites, and home-based business regulation-lite.
BREAK FREE. Affordable Mountain Lifestyle Living is possible….in Canal Flats. For MUCH more resident relocation information, CLICK HERE.
Meet Our Makers
Leslie Cartwright – Painter
“As a young girl I remember looking through books of Robert Bateman’s on a friends coffee table, and I was awestruck. From that moment on, that was what I wanted to do. I wanted to paint like...Read more
Cesar Fuertes – Stained Glass Artisan
“Seeing the stained glass piece lit up with sunlight and bringing the piece to life is just really satisfying. I can’t really explain it, but I feel a sense of peace and accomplishment as I’m...Read more
Craig Moritz – Singer/Songwriter
“I want to connect with people through music. But I also want to be the guy who fans want to sit down with after the show to hang out, have a drink, and B.S. about life.” While drawn to...Read more
Hockey Mecca – Canal Flats Arena
5000 annual tournament visitors agree…our arena looks like a real life-version of the table hockey game of youth.Read more
A Hot Springs With Wild Abandon
From world’s away you arrive, heat seeking nature’s “real” hot tub oasis amidst the mountain pines. Rejuvenate.Read more
Columbia Lake Life
Picnic. Swim. Boat. Or just stare at the peace of it in that way that has us breathe easier for life’s simple pleasures.Read more
A Kootenay River…Runs Through Us
Glacier fed. Blue green. Tumbling out of the Rockies on its 781 km journey to the Columbia River at Castlegar. Steep banked and strewn with rapids. Few things in life are the cliché of “world...Read more
The Mighty Columbia River….Starts Here
It’s strange to think of something so large beginning here. In a spot in front of you. Bubbling out of the ground from deep springs on this moody morning of yawning sky and red-hued sunrise.Read more
The ice is so clear and smooth. So that’s how I taught the hockey team to skate. We would come out to skate on the lake. I would tell the kids to follow the schools of fish, darting around under the ice. They could out-skate anyone that year.
Wind: 5km/h S
UV index: 1