The Cariboo covers much of the northern interior of the province and is home to 153,500 people or 3% of the provincial population. It includes Prince George which acts as a major service center for the northern half of the province, and the town of Barkerville - the capital of the Cariboo Gold Rush of the mid 1800s. The key economic sectors include forestry and mining.


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Will Cadell studied engineering and subsequently remote sensing in his native Scotland. He only had access to basic software, so he wrote his own programs. When you see a gap, you can decide to ignore it, or you can decide not to. He started thinking about starting his own organization during the economic crisis of 2009 and thought, “if I don’t start my own business now, then I will… Read More

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