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Welcome to Community Futures Stuart Nechako

Community Futures organizations are independent, locally run and guided by volunteer boards. They actively support community-based economic development with a range of products and services aimed at creating diverse, sustainable rural communities.

We specialize in startup loans and expansion loans for small businesses that the banks won’t help. We also offer business services and advice for startups, entrepreneurs, and other small businesses.

Additionally, we offer business courses that you can register for by clicking the link below:

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Webinar to assist you in planning in advance to ready your business for sale. Registration is free. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5584824570526971905?source=Campayn

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Community Futures Stuart Nechako was honoured to join with WorkBC and Nechako Valley Community Social Services to present an evening with our STARS to celebrate an engaging and diverse workforce. Thank you to all the sponsors, participating businesses and to our STARS. (unfortunately with the hosting duties I didn’t get photos of a lot of our guests but I am sure others did and they will appear )…

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Community Futures Stuart Nechako

Please come and check out our HOT new website. Great information to develop our local economy! https://www.cf-sn.ca/

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Why Canada’s cannabis industry can’t afford complacency as pot goes legal - BNN Bloomberg

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Towards a Western Canada Growth Strategy

Not sure if we have shared this before. Please fill out the survey. https://www.wd-deo.gc.ca/eng/19700.asp

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Nas Daily

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Your Guide to BC’s Proportional Representation Vote: A Tyee Series | The Tyee

This is a great series to bring everyone up to date about the upcoming mail-in ballot in November. https://thetyee.ca/Analysis/2018/10/08/BC-Proportional-Representation-Vote/?utm_source=weekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=081018

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For those of you trying to follow along on our live stream of the mayors debate please accept this operators apologies. Lost connections, crazy mouses and a novice at the controls made it somewhat difficult but for those of you who stuck with it — thank you. We can only go up from here.

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