Canal Flats: Who's who in business
Business in Canal Flats is thriving, and people are flocking to this pleasant, relaxing community.
The village of Canal Flats is tucked conveniently between the communities of Cranbrook and Invermere, making it easy to access all the amenities of larger centres without compromising small-town charm. There are plenty of recreation options, including a golf course, public beach, arena and ample walking trails and park areas.
Canal Flats Chamber of Commerce
Canal Flats falls under the umbrella of the Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce. Located at the “Crossroads” on Highway 93 & 95, the chamber office also houses a visitor's centre where guests can learn more about the Columbia Valley communities and all the activities available therein.
Current president: Amanda Robinson
Executive director: Susan E. Clovechok
Fee for membership: $113 - $212 depending on type of business.
The new Rural Advisory Council allows B.C.’s small communities to influence the development of policies relevant to them.Read full article
City of Canal Flats
Canal Flats is known for having a strong sense of community, making it the perfect location for families, business owners, retirees and pretty much anyone else looking for the blissful Kootenay lifestyle in a serene setting.
The village council meetings are open to the public, and held regularly on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Columbia Discovery Center at 8866 Grainger Road.
- Ute Juras, Mayor
- Marie Delorme
- Erin Gornik
- Paul Marcil
- Karl Sterzer
Economic development contact
- Brian Woodward – Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Financial Officer: 250-349-5462
One-on-one with the Mayor
Ute Juras is beginning her second term as mayor of Canal Flats, B.C., with a positive attitude and a clear direction.Read full article
Do you own a business in Canal Flats? We'd like to hear more about you. Please contact us if you're a successful long-time business owner in the area, or if you think you would qualify as a top employer in the Kootenays.