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    With its central Vancouver Island location and incredible transportation infrastructure, the Comox Valley continues to be one of the fastest growing regions in the Province of BC.

    Competitive advantages include:

    Comox Valley population growth has been 2nd fastest amongst regional districts on Vancouver Island
    Businesses can reach a population of over 200k+ within a 45-minute commute
    3rd longest runway in the province of BC (YQQ); featuring daily direct service to Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, and Edmonton
    Home to Vancouver Island’s only full service mountain resort; Mount Washington Alpine Resort
    19 Wing CFB Comox; leading employer and major economic driver
    Diverse economic opportunities across key sectors including Public Sector, Agriculture / Aquaculture, High Tech, Tourism
    Trend in knowledge-based industries
    New $331.7 million regional hospital

    Location

    Comox Valley, BC, Canada

    Twitter

    The BC government is responding to the Tourism Task Force recommendations by creating a dedicated relief funding stream to quickly support BC's tourism sector, committing $100M to tourism and $5M to @ITBC_Corporate: https://bddy.me/3azD5Yd Photo: I-Hos Gallery

    Just Announced: Changes to the Small and Medium-Sized Business Recovery Grant open the program to more BC businesses. See if your company is eligible for a grant of up to $45,000: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/economic-recovery/business-recovery-grant

    Apply now for the BC Recovery Benefit, a one-time, tax-free payment of up to $1,000 for eligible families and single parents and up to $500 for eligible individuals.
    https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/economic-recovery/recovery-benefit

    Our weekly #VancouverIsland Coastal #Tourism Resiliency Program info bulletin is out: Tourism Task Force Final Report, thank you #VICTRP Program Advisors, @CalianGroup & @CMHAkelowna webinars now online, meet more #VIStormRiders & more! Read it here: https://tinyurl.com/y9kgbngp

    CVRD News: CVRD receives $723,000 Safe Restart Funds from Provincial Government

    “We are thrilled to see grant funding being delivered to the community level,” explains CVRD Board Chair Jesse Ketler.

    http://ow.ly/JpnZ50CNeO8

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