Squamish will see significant growth in the years ahead with several masterplanned communities in the development planning stages. While some don’t want to see our quaint home town change, it is inevitable due to Canada’s immigration policy and the market forces of supply and demand. The Government of Canada’s 2017 annual report to parliament on immigration states the following:
“In 2016, Canada welcomed more than 296,000 permanent residents, which is close to our new, ongoing target of 300,000 that we aim to achieve in 2017. In order to meet the growing needs of our economy and expanding labour market…”
It’s no secret British Columbia is a desirable place to live with the Squamish lifestyle taking it to the next level. The location is unrivalled. Drive 45 minutes south and you’re experiencing a cosmopolitan city and to the north, Whistler Blackcomb, North America’s world class ski and four-season mountain resort.