Invest in New Hazelton

British Columbia, Canada

A Mecca for Outdoor Enthusiasts

Economic Development Contact

Robyn Carle, Corporate Officer
(250) 842-6571 | 

The District of New Hazelton is located in Northwest British Columbia and is situated between the Bulkley River and the stunning Roche De Boule Mountain Range. The area’s natural beauty and pristine wilderness has made New Hazelton a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. The District is home to a rich history and is located only a few kilometers from the world renowned Ksan Historical Village and Historic Old Hazelton.

New Hazelton has a long history of working with and encouraging industry and business in our region. We have been and continue to be advocates for mineral exploration, energy, mining, forestry, and independent power projects in our region.

New Hazelton offers several strategic advantages to industry and businesses that make us one of the most attractive places to invest and conduct business in British Columbia. We have available and inexpensive land and some of the lowest industrial and commercial property tax rates in the province. We make a point of not burdening business with red tape by implementing only necessary bylaws and regulations. We are located directly along the North West Transportation Corridor with highway and rail access right through the District of New Hazelton.

In addition to our many business advantages, New Hazelton offers many advantages to residents. This includes inexpensive housing, recreational opportunities, great health care facilities, and a Northwest Community College Campus. NWCC specializes at training individuals for success in Northern communities by offering courses in business, health, trades, and arts programs.

Local Infrastructure Projects

Community Economic Development Contact

Robyn Carle 
Corporate Officer
District of New Hazelton
(250) 842-6571

Community Contacts


Gail Lowry
District of New Hazelton

Community Contact

Wendy Hunt 
Chief Administrative Officer
District of New Hazelton

Community Futures Contact

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