We love the North Island!
We are so grateful to live in such a beautiful corner of our province, and for all the support we receive. We try to pay it forward through sponsoring local non profits, groups and events. For more information on some of the fantastic organizations we work with or are members of, click the icons below.
Our mission is to conserve, restore and manage wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl.
These habitats benefit other wildlife, people and our environment. We partner with government, industry, non-profit organizations and landowners to get our work done so we can connect people to nature and make a healthier world for future generations.
We love being members with our pals at YPCR.
The focus on the following four pillars:
The YPCR considers economic development and promoting local business a key initiative as part of the future success of Campbell River.
Our social events are designed to provide a forum to connect the young people in our community and to allow for development of relationships with like-minded individuals.
The YPCR believes in Campbell River and its potential. We value active community involvement and have a focus on local and diverse initiatives that benefit Campbell River.
We strive to promote skill development, knowledge sharing, awareness and education to our members and to our community.
The Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce is the community's leading advocate and champion for business, working and collaborating with partners to nurture a positive wholistic community environment that helps to build and nurture prosperity for all.
We are the intersection point between businesses, 4 levels of government, educational institutions, community organizations, the public and our Indigenous Nations providing opportunities for engagement, learning and the raising of our collective vibrancy.
The Campbell River Hospital Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to raising funds to support our hospital and Yucalta Lodge through equipment purchase, staff education and special projects that help enhance the service and treatment of patients and residents.
The Strathcona Collective is a sister publication of the CV Collective. Our mandate is to publish a beautiful, well-written magazine driven by excellence that showcases creation, exploration, and recreation in and around the Strathcona Region.
Create, Play, Explore. Strathcona Collective.
Create // The Strathcona region’s natural beauty drives and inspires its creative culture. It is our passion to promote and develop art, culture and innovation through our publication.
Play // Strathcona Collective keeps awe and wonder at the heart of our publication because fun keeps us young. We are committed to fresh ideas and perspectives to push our envelope and yours.
Explore // we live here because of the lifestyle that this community affords us, and we know that’s why you’re here too. It’s our pleasure to showcase the adventures worth discovering in and around the Strathcona Region.
We are proud members of Concrete BC!
Purpose & Objectives
Formed in 1962, Concrete BC’s objectives are to:
- Present industry view to government, both proactively and in response to government proposals. Concrete BC policies can help mitigate potential and negative impacts and promote benefits for both industry and government.
- Inform you, the Member, about market trends, regulations and programs that will affect your business and help you to prepare for change and to seize new business opportunities.
- Expand the market for ready-mixed concrete in British Columbia, and position concrete in the minds of consumers, government and contractors as the best building material for sustainable construction.
Concrete BC currently represents over 65 concrete producers operating more than 120 plants in the province and approximately 72 supplier members to the industry.
The Nanwakolas Corporate Golf Challenge is a very important event for our community.
Proceeds go to the TL’axsam Memorial Bursary Endowment to support First Nation students entering NIC. The endowment was established in 2012 to honour the late Comox Valley MLA Stan Hagen, whose contributions to the community are commemorated by the Golf Challenge each year.
The Nanwakolas Council is made of six members First Nations with traditional territories on Northern Vancouver Island and BC’s South Central Coast. It supports member First Nations in land and marine resource management and resource-based economic development activities.
The NIC Foundation has been advancing student success, education and community growth through NIC for more than 25 years. It is dedicated to supporting NIC students through scholarships and bursaries, equipping classrooms with current technology and ensuring the best possible learning facilities are accessible across the region.