We will be the affordable, family-friendly village that reconnects people to nature, and each other. We’re looking for ambitious community builders to pursue housing innovation, rebuild a unique work-live downtown, and create next generation business legends.
Most lifestyle-priced housing in the Columbia Valley
Last large-scale employment centre lands in the Columbia Valley
Backcountry recreation destination
Housing prices1 (2021, inclusive of single and multi-family residences) in Canal Flats are 30% lower than the Columbia Valley average, 40% lower than the East Kootenay region average, 235% lower than the B.C. average, 330% lower than metro Vancouver average, 172% lower than the City of Kelowna, and 68% lower than City of Calgary average.
40th lowest annual residential property taxes and charges2 ($2870) on a representative house, and 53rd lowest tax burden ($915 municipal taxes per capita) of 161 B.C. municipalities in 2021.
Boat on Columbia Lake. River raft. Hike Mount Sabine. Fish the Kootenay River. Golf mountain-framed courses. ATV. Camp. Birdwatch. Ski Panorama. Enjoy Kootenay National Park. The Columbia Valley is a world is your oyster playground.
Land To Make Your Business Idea a Reality
Last remaining big block employment lands in the Columbia Valley at roughly 400 acres (gross). Opportunities for light industry, highway commercial, resort development, and downtown work-live developments.
We are the affordable, family-friendly village building a new future in diverse housing options, quality of place initiatives, tourism and light industry development, and redevelopment of a unique live-work downtown. We will be a key employment centre in a Columbia Valley that reconnects people to nature …. and each other.
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