FortisBC Energy Inc. is a regulated utility focused on providing safe and reliable energy, including natural gas, propane and thermal energy solutions. FortisBC Energy Inc. employs more than 1,800 British Columbians and serves approximately 1,008,400 customers in 135 B.C. communities. FortisBC Energy Inc. owns and operates approximately 49,000 kilometres of natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines. FortisBC Energy Inc. is a subsidiary of Fortis Inc., a leader in the North American regulated electric and gas utility industry.
The Government of British Columbia, through various branches and service lines, provides key services to ministries and organizations, employees, and broader public sector (BPS) entities. BCEDA works closely with many ministries and public sector entities. Our primary partnerships are with the Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology and the Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development. BC is open for business – check out www.britishcolumbia.ca.
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BC Hydro is a Crown corporation, owned by the government and people of British Columbia. BY Hydro generates and purchases, reliable, affordable electricity for our customers. BC Hydro has become a leading sustainable energy company by producing and delivering electricity, in environmentally and socially responsible ways.
BC Hydro is looking at a number of ways to meet increased demand for energy in British Columbia. Our goal is to have the most economic and environmentally friendly resource acquisition program in North America in the next five years.
The first and best way to meet our future electricity needs is through conservation and energy efficiency. Through its Power Smart program, BC Hydro is a global leader in conservation, providing programs and incentives to encourage customers to use less power.
British Columbia's Fastest Growing Metro Area
Located on the traditional territory of the Syilx people on the shores of Okanagan Lake, the Central Okanagan is the largest trading centre between the major Western Canadian cities of Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta.
Canada’s fastest growing and most entrepreneurial region, the Central Okanagan is home to approximately 197,000 residents and over 13,000 thriving and diverse businesses.
The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission (COEDC) is a service of the Regional District of Central Okanagan providing economic development services to the communities of Lake Country, Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, West Kelowna, Peachland and Electoral Areas East and West.
The Government of Canada is committed to giving small and medium enterprises (SME) access to
The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) in Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) advocates on behalf of SMEs and encourages their participation in federal government procurement.
The short story is that we are management consultants who help people and places thrive in the
This passion makes our people our greatest strength. Our team’s breadth of expertise allows us to push the boundaries of our practice areas. We continually explore new overlaps between our core practice areas – economic development, cultural development, and workforce development – because we believe sustainable growth won’t happen in silos.
We’re not just experts in these fields. We’re experienced practitioners. Our team members have worked on the ground in diverse communities and contexts. We understand the challenges faced by our clients. So we customize our approach to each project to meet clients’ needs using sound research, proven methodologies, and a collaborative attitude. Whether a large city, rural community, business or stakeholder organization, we equip our clients with the ideas, action plans, and resources needed to achieve tangible results.
Nations Creation Is an exciting Social Enterprise that began in October 2016 at Stó:lō Nation’s Vedder Road site. Thanks to a Partnership-Based Labour Market Training Project funded by the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation, this project will support workers interested in training in sophisticated, computer-based light manufacturing and also support indigenous artists.
The project involves training eligible workers on reserve to make multi-use of First Nations art designs by creating t-shirts, mugs and other collectible items featuring the work of local artists. Local artists will receive a royalty for each item sold with their design, and the remainder of the proceeds will return to the social enterprise to employ more workers in the manufacturing and sales. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.