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Job creation, First Nations reconciliation and tourism gems abound in Cranbrook – Business in Vancouver

The Natanik project will create generational opportunities and prosperity

On top of offering an idyllic slice of Rocky Mountain paradise, the City of Cranbrook occupies an area of significantly untapped potential, presenting investors with a unique and compelling offer to pave the way toward reconciliation while also turning them onto renewable energy opportunities for high-draw power users.

Supporting the progressive efforts of the ʔaq̓am community, a member community of the Ktunaxa First Nation, the city is working on an ambitious economic development strategy that is primed with development possibilities for businesses in the industrial, manufacturing or hospitality sectors.

Natanik, which translates into “sun,” is a renewable energy project and land development that represents truth and reconciliation in action. The project has two main elements: a utility-grade renewable energy project and the development of more than 100 acres of lease-only land adjacent to the Canadian Rockies International Airport.

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