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53Economic Development
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4Assistance For Business
Resources - Business
Business Financing
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5Assistance for Non-profit Societies
1Grant Writing Assistance
Request for Assistance Form
3Find a Grant
Local Government Grants
Not for Profit - Community Group Grants
Other Grant Links
1Resources - Non-Profit
GST-HST for non profit organizations
27Regional Information
15Regional Profile
7Electoral Area Information
Electoral Area A, Smithers Rural
Electoral Area B, Burns Lake Rural
Electoral Area C, Fort St James Rural
Electoral Area D, Fraser Lake Rural
Electoral Area E, Francois/Ootsa Rural
Electoral Area F, Vanderhoof Rural
Electoral Area G, Houston Rural
8Municipality Information
Burns Lake
Fraser Lake
Fort St James
Census Data
Tax Rates
Labour Statistics
4Industry Sectors
Industrial Land Inventories
Bulkley-Nechako Directory
Community Initiatives
8RDBN Business Events
4RDBN Business Forum
2014 RDBN Business Forum – Fort St James
2012 RDBN Business Forum – Smithers
2011 RDBN Business Forum –Vanderhoof
2010 RDBN Business Forum – Burns Lake
4Start-Up Business Contest
2017 RDBN Start-up Business Contest
2013 RDBN Start-up Business Contest
2012 Start-Up Business Contest
2011 Start-Up Business Contest
4Economic Development Projects
RDBN Image Bank
Regional Skills Gap Analysis
Regional Photo Contest
Action Plan
Economic Development Contacts


The Village of Fraser Lake was incorporated in 1966 and is nestled in the heart of some of British Columbia's most beautiful scenery.  Fraser Lake is located on Highway 16.
Fraser Lake Sawmill (owned and operated by West Fraser Timber Company Ltd.) has evolved into one of the world's most modern sawmills.
The Endako Mine is a primary source molybdenum mine and is operated as a joint venture with Thompson Creek holding a 75% interest and Sojitz Corporation, a Japanese company, holding a 25% interest.  In March 2012, the Company completed its mill expansion project, replacing the existing mill constructed in the 1960's with the construction of a new mill.
The Endako Mine and Fraser Lake Sawmill are the largest employers in Fraser Lake.

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Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
Appointed Representative
Director  Kim Watt-Senner (Councillor)

Phone: (250) 699-6257
Fax: (250) 699-6469

Village of Fraser Lake

Area (square kilometers) 4.07  

210 Carrier Crescent
P.O Box 430
Fraser Lake, BC V0J 1S0
Phone: (250) 699-6257
Fax: (250) 699-6469
Website: Village of Fraser Lake
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Average House Value 2011 $139,707  
Municipal taxes (annual rate) 2011 $2,296  
Census Population StatsCan 2016 988  
Total Private Dwellings 2016 551  

RDBN Electoral Area

Local First Nations

Electoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural)

Stellat'en First Nation
Nadleh Whut'en First Nation