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The Shuswap Economic Development area has three primary industries – trades, manufacturing, and accommodations and food services – employing roughly one-third of the area’s work force of over 25,000 employees. Tourism related industry, as well as health services, represent a large portion of the local economy. The area’s transportation and warehousing industry is also strong. The Shuswap’s traditional industries – agriculture and forestry – continue to play a significant role in the area’s economy, employing nearly 2,000 workers. The Shuswap is named after the Shuswap Indigenous Peoples – the Secwepemc – a Salish Nation made up of 17 Indigenous groups or bands, with unceded, ancestral lands, spread across south-central British Columbia. Our goal is to establish strong, respectful and reconciliatory relationships, and to identify collaborative opportunities with indigenous partners.
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Our goal is to establish strong, respectful and reconciliatory relationships, and to identify collaborative opportunities The Shuswap Economic Development area has three primary industries – trades, manufacturing, and accommodations and food services – employing roughly one-third of the area’s work force of over 25,000 employees. Tourism related industry, as well as health services, represent a large portion of the local economy. The area’s transportation and warehousing industry is also strong. The Shuswap’s traditional industries – agriculture and forestry – continue to play a significant role in the area’s economy, employing nearly 2,000 workers. The Shuswap is named after the Shuswap Indigenous Peoples – the Secwepemc – a Salish Nation made up of 17 Indigenous groups or bands, with unceded, ancestral lands, spread across south-central British Columbia. Our goal is to establish strong, respectful and reconciliatory relationships, and to identify collaborative opportunities with indigenous partners.