Prince George is Canada’s western-most inland port and newest Foreign Trade Zone due to our transportation network, duties and benefits program and investment opportunities.
The Prince George Global Logistics Park is situated between Highways 16 and 97, is adjacent to the Prince George International Airport, and is approximately 3 kms away from railroad transportation.
Melissa Barcellos, the City of Prince George’s Economic Development directory revealed that Prince George is participating in the province’s Provincial Nominee Program’s (PNP) immigration pilot project for rural communities.
There was over $11 million worth of building permits issued in February 2019 in Prince George and significant increase over 2018.
CN Rail has announced a $345 million dollar investment into railway infrastructure in BC, including 2.5 miles of double track west of Prince George.
Over recent decades, Prince George has developed from a mainly forest-based economy to a city driven by a strong natural resource base. The local economy is now diversified across multiple sectors.