Kory Wood was born and raised in Chetwynd, B.C. and is a member of the Saulteau First Nations. He credits the Saulteau First Nations and the Tansi Friendship Centre with providing him the support and resources necessary to be active in team sports at a young age. Participating in sports helped him develop the social and leadership skills that he uses in his business everyday. Kory further… Read More
OverviewThe Northeast region borders Alberta and the Yukon and is part of the Peace River Basin. It is separated from the northwestern part of the province by the Rocky Mountain Trench. The region is home to 68,000 people - 1% of the provincial population - who are concentrated in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek. The key industries include oil, gas, mining, forestry and agriculture.
Check your local Chamber of Commerce events calendar in the links below:
The following list of organizations offer services and programs dedicated to helping small businesses succeed in the region.
Chamber of Commerce
- Chetwynd Chamber of Commerce
- Dawson Creek & District Chamber of Commerce
- Fort Nelson & District Chamber of Commerce
- Tumbler Ridge Chamber of Commerce
The following areas hold a Mobile Licence Agreement for mobile businesses in their areas. Check with the local municipality to see if a Mobile Business Licence can apply to your mobile business type.
- Northeast: Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Hudson's Hope, Pouce Coupe, Taylor, Tumbler Ridge