Vernon offers a climate for healthy growth, entrepreneurship and livability. The City has a diverse economic base, with employment being generated from the traditional resource sectors of forestry and agriculture, as well as from the tourism, administrative, manufacturing and service sectors. Vernon is your ideal place of business and residence. With an educated and highly skilled workforce, strong population growth and large availability of commercial and light industrial land, Vernon is an ideal place to locate.
Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission provides vivid details on quality of life and business climate for those interested in bringing their business to the Central Okanagan. The information and range of investment attraction services available reflects what matters to people when considering moving a business or starting one in a new area.
Be part of one of the Okanagan’s fastest growing communities (13.5%, 2011 Census) with opportunities for property investment, business relocation, and neighbourhood redevelopment. West Kelowna boasts a strong value added manufacturing sector, growing aviation cluster, and growing wine industry. The District of West Kelowna provides a range of confidential support services to help realize your goals.
Westbank First Nation
Westbank First Nation is growing its economy at rates that outpace the province and is actively participating in the development of the Okanagan region. Westbank First Nation has an expanding business community that serves as the retail commercial hub on the Westside of the Okanagan Lake. Within the Okanagan territory WFN is developing a diversified economic community and continues to pursue unique opportunities that will enhance the Okanagan Valley. It is in this context that WFN looks to the future and continues to attract investment by emphasizing responsible governance that meets the needs of the members, residents and business community.
The traditional natural resource-based economy has widened to include tourism, high tech, and service industries. Solid growth in manufacturing continues to enhance the economic environment to create a diverse economic base.
Come, explore and discover why Okanagan Falls is garnering such attention as one of the greatest and most affordable business and lifestyle opportunities in the Okanagan. Our existing business park, downtown core and ample, easily accessible and largely undeveloped business and industrial zoned land are stunningly situated between warm water lakes, rolling mountains and some of the finest vineyards in the Okanagan. Now is the time to be a part of this growing area, full of family and lifestyle opportunities for you and your business.
Osoyoos is located in the south central interior of British Columbia, approximately 400 Km east of Vancouver at the junction of Highways 97 and 3 on the border of Washington State.
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, or TOTA as its more commonly known, is a not-for-profit society governed by the BC Societies Act and an elected Board of Directors who represent business and community tourism interests throughout the region. It is one of six regional tourism organizations in the province of BC that work under the Super, Natural British Columbia brand, and whose mandate includes marketing the Province’s tourism products.