Business Finders Canada has its headquarters in Kelowna, B.C.

The location is close to major markets in B.C. and Alberta, as well as Washington State. We are a one-hour flight or four-hour drive east of Vancouver. Kelowna is also a one-hour flight from Calgary, Edmonton and Seattle.

Located in south central British Columbia, the Thomson-Okanagan is one of the world’s most beautiful places. We are the perfect four-seasons playground, famous for our championship golf courses, orchards, ski resorts and vineyards, as well as the wildly varied landscape.

Each year, outdoor enthusiasts flock to the Thompson-Okanagan to houseboat, waterski, hike, snowshoe, fish, kayak, canoe, camp and view wildlife. The region boasts more sunshine per year than any other region in Canada. The Okanagan Valley an ideal place to own a business.

If you’re an international visitor, you might also be interested in the many luxurious homes offered in this very special region. From outstanding views and vistas to idyllic locations, Kelowna offers the perfect location for a second home.

Come visit us, there’s something special for everyone!




Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River. Its past is recreated at Fort Edmonton Park, a living history museum with an 1846 fort and streets from 1885, 1905 and 1920. The city’s contemporary landmarks include the Royal Alberta Museum, with aboriginal-culture and natural-history galleries, and the futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta, known for its First Nations art.

Edmonton is the major economic centre for northern and central Alberta and a major centre for the oil and gas industry. As of 2014, the estimated value of major projects within the Edmonton Metropolitan Region was $57.8-billion, of which $34.4-billion are within the oil and gas, oil sands and pipeline sectors.

13119 156 St NW.  Edmonton, AB.   T5V 1V2



Greater Vancouver is home to nearly three million people, or 61 per cent of the provincial population. This dynamic metropolitan area offers economic opportunities, a mild climate, an active lifestyle and all the amenities of a vibrant urban centre. It’s one of the most ethnically diverse areas in Canada.

This region was the location for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Major industry sectors include trade and financial services, transportation, education, secondary manufacturing, tourism and agriculture. The B.C. government forecasts an annual employment growth rate of 1.4 percent in the Mainland/Southwest region to 2022. It is expected that there will be 641,500 job openings over the 10-year period. The top employment growth industry is Mining, and Oil and Gas. Workers will fill positions in northern B.C., where growth in this industry will be strong, while permanently residing in Mainland/Southwest.

601 West Broadway,
Suite 400,
Vancouver, B.C.
V5Z 4C2