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Old October 23rd, 2005, 01:00 AM   #1
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Kamloops Developments

We have one for Victoria , and Vancouver . I thought based on population the rest or the province could be held in one thread ( Kamloops , Kelowna , P.G. & Vernon etc. ) I hope the rest of the formers contribute to this to get her roll'n nice like .


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downtown YMCA project ( more photos of other projects comming soon hopefully because there are a lot & my Digital is not working )



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Thompson River Veneer Products Ltd. wishes to announce their decision to construct
and operate a Greenfield, value added softwood veneer processing operation in the City
of Kamloops at the Gateway Industrial Park.
Preliminary site engineering, equipment procurement and facility design have
commenced. Some of the key features of the new business include:
􀂾 $ 14,000,000 in new capital investment
􀂾 Start-up projected for late fall of 2005
􀂾 Initial employment of 24-27 operations, maintenance and management staff in
Phase 1
􀂾 Employment to increase to 45-50 in the second Phase, projected within 1 year
􀂾 Manufacturing jobs for the city and surrounding area
􀂾 The operation will purchase B.C. produced green veneer that was formerly
destined to the US and process the raw material locally with skilled B.C. labour.
The majority of the value added dry veneer will be sold within the region and
province, thereby assisting other provincial Engineered Wood Product and
Plywood manufacturers.
The company researched several potential locations for the new business. These included
Washington State, Alberta as well as other regional B.C. towns and cities. The province
of B.C. became the clear choice due to the regained economic stability and future growth
projections present. Clearly, the government’s leadership has convinced the Company to
do business in B.C.
The City of Kamloops became the obvious choice due to availability of fully serviced
industrial sites, excellent transportation infrastructure, and supply and market proximity
as well as the availability of a large labour pool. The Company wishes to publicly
acknowledge the efforts of the city council and management to ensure that Thompson
River Veneer Products made Kamloops its new home. The recent thrust of council to
examine industrial mill rates further reinforces the company’s decision to build in the
“Tournament Capital of Canada”.


Chinese Investor Purchases Development Land in Kamloops
Kamloops, B.C.—The City of Kamloops has accepted an unconditional offer to purchase prime
development land from a mainland China investor. Mr. Xian Guo Huang has offered the full asking
price of $588,000 with a closing date of April 21, 2005.
The 40,000 sq. ft. property at 1211 Summit Drive (beside Fire Hall No. 1) is currently zoned C-6
which allows for mixed-use commercial and multi-family residential buildings.
Mr. Huang’s primary interest was the property’s proximity to the university and the potential for developing student-oriented housing .“I am very confident in the economy of Kamloops as UCC/Thompson Rivers University becomes a
full-fledged university. I have a vacation home in Changping, China and look forward to assisting
Mayor Rothenburger in building a strong business relationship between Kamloops and Changping,”
said Mr. Huang.
Mr. Huang has several business interests in China including residential real estate developments
and a management contract for a large coal-mining operation. In addition, Mr. Huang owns a
commercial real estate development in Hastings, New Zealand.
“Mr. Huang’s interest in Kamloops comes as a direct result of our initiative in developing business
relationships in China, “said Mayor Mel Rothenburger. “Mr. Huang indicated he was looking at
investment opportunities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand prior to choosing
Kamloops. We see his acquisition as a clear vote of confidence in the Kamloops’ economy,” said
Mayor Rothenburger.


NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2005OTP0046-000371

Office of the Premier
Ministry of Small Business and Economic Development
TOURNAMENT CAPITAL GETS SPORT BOOST FROM PROVINCE


KAMLOOPS – The B.C. government is providing $6 million in funding to help construct, upgrade and renovate
sports facilities at Kamloops’ McArthur Island and Hillside Stadium, Premier Gordon Campbell announced
today.
“No other community has taken advantage of the opportunities created by the growing sport tourism
market like the city of Kamloops,” said Campbell. “Kamloops’ reputation as the Tournament Capital of Canada
contributes millions of dollars to the local economy and draws thousands of visitors each year. This investment
not only supports that economic opportunity, but also creates new fitness and sports opportunities for Kamloops
residents of all ages.”
The funding will help with construction of the McArthur Island Sport Centre’s new Olympic size rink,
dressing rooms, lobby and retail space. The grant will also assist in constructing a new field house at Hillside
Stadium, including international standard indoor track, dedicated gymnastics space, a multi-function gym and
classroom and retail space. It is anticipated the Arena portion of the project will be complete in January 2006,
the field house in June 2006.
“We are thrilled with the financial support of Premier Campbell and the Government of B.C., including
our local MLAs Claude Richmond and Kevin Krueger, towards Kamloops' Tournament Capital Facilities
Expansion Project,” said Kamloops mayor Mel Rothenburger. “It shows the Government of B.C. shares our
vision of a fit and healthy community that is committed to excellence in sports and active living.”
“Four years ago it would have been fiscally impossible to make an investment like this, but today, as a
result of the province’s economic revitalization, we can afford it,” said John Les, Minister of Small Business and
Economic Development and minister responsible for sport. “This project will also assist the Province in
reaching our goal of leading North America in healthy living and physical fitness.”
Government has previously contributed a total of $4 million to these projects in partnership with the
federal government under the Canada-B.C. Infrastructure program. These facilities are part of the City of
Kamloops’ $37 million sports facility capital expansion plan.
The 2005/06 budget plan committed $50 million towards the Major Regional Sports Facilities Initiative.
However, at this time, government has legal authority for six months of spending under Interim Supply.
Government will seek legislative approval for the full year amounts in the fall.

Media
contact:
Mike Morton
Press Secretary
Office of the Premier

For Immediate Release

BUILDING PERMITS 87 PER CENT HIGHER IN 2004
Kamloops— The City of Kamloops reports an 87 per cent increase in new residential construction
in 2004 compared to 2003 levels. City staff issued a total of 534 new dwelling permits in 2004, the
highest level since 1997. The total value of residential construction was $68,149,103 in 2004
compared to $37,396,071 in 2003 (82 per cent increase).
“2004 has been a breakthrough year for new residential building activity in Kamloops,” said Randy
Diehl, Chief Administrative Officer, “These higher volumes combined with improvements in staff
efficiency allowed us to recover 88% of the Building Inspection Division costs through permit
revenue, compared to 80% in 2003. We now have 3.5 fewer full-time positions than we did in 1997
and yet we were able to provide a high level of professional service to the development
community.”
The total value of construction activity in 2004 was $107,449,403 compared to $125,415,460 in
2003. Summary of 2004 new construction values by category:
Residential
534 units $68,149,103.00 permit value (2003 value $37,396,071.00 permit value)
Commercial
2 units $19,265,773.00 permit value (2003 - $43,491,047.00 permit value)
Industrial, Institutional, Other
819 permits $20,034,527.00 permit value (2003 - $44,528,342 permit value)
“The primary reason for the drop in commercial and industrial values in 2004 is the $25.2 million
new water treatment plant was included in 2003 numbers,” said Dave Trawin, Director of
Development and Engineering Services, “Based on the number of detailed inquiries we received
recently we expect 2005 to be another very busy year in all sectors, but we will see in 2006 " .

KAMLOOPS WINS PROVINCIAL PUBLIC WORKS AWARD
Kamloops Centre for Water Quality voted 2005 Project of the Year
Kamloops, B.C. – The City of Kamloops has been awarded the prestigious 2005 Project of the Year
Award by the Public Works Association of British Columbia (PWABC).
The $48.5 million Kamloops Centre for Water Quality was singled out as the winner at the Annual
PWABC Meeting in Salmon Arm, with over 200 delegates in attendance.
“The Project of the Year Award goes to the community that designs and builds a public works or
utilities project that is both complex and unique relative to the resources of the community,” Said
Maurice Gravelle, city engineer, “I was thrilled to receive this honour in person on behalf of the
citizens of Kamloops.”
To win the 2005 Project of the Year Award, the Kamloops Centre for Water Quality had to
demonstrate excellence in all of the following categories:
• Financial complexity.
• Design innovation.
• Environmental benefit.
• Safety record during construction.
• Overall construction quality.
• Public participation.
The Kamloops Centre for Water Quality is one of North America’s largest membrane filtration
water treatment facilities with capacity to treat up to 160 million litres of water per day from the
South Thompson River.
In addition, the Southern Interior Construction Association of B.C. announced today the City of
Kamloops is the winner of the 2005 Owner / Consultant Award. This award is in recognition for the
City of Kamloops efforts to promote fairness and equity in the construction industry in B.C.

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Old October 23rd, 2005, 03:53 AM   #2
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KAMLOOPS
GEO POWER!!!!!
thought everyone would like to see this , use your computer speakers ...
http://www.kamloops.ca/media/SunPromo-05.shtml

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Old October 23rd, 2005, 10:08 AM   #3
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This thread is a good idea, its cool to see how the rest of BC is doing. Some great projects are going up in Kelowna and Kamloops.

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Old October 23rd, 2005, 11:51 PM   #4
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Kamloops
120 - 250 luxurious rooms, wellness spa, conference rooms and elegant dining surrounded by championship golf, nature and spectacular vistas. The Hotel site has been strategically selected for its perfect location, elevation and panoramic view of the Thompson Valley and Sun Rivers Golf Resort. This is one of the few hotel sites on golf in the Interior of BC ideally suited for a 4 star or 4 diamond hotel. Sun Rivers is five minutes from downtown Kamloops and 35 minutes from the Shuswap Lakes and Sun Peaks, a major ski destination resort. The site itself is approximately 8 acres (subject to refining) and will be fully serviced (underground) to the site. The site is ideal for a 120-250 room hotel with conference facilities, spa/wellness centre, and golf course clubhouse. It is envisioned that the hotel would naturally expect to own and operate the golf course as a tourist destination attraction.

To see image visist this link http://www.sunrivers.com/development...lf-hotel.shtml

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Sun Rivers Golf Resort is designed around a championship golf course and an award winning premier master plan. 2000 homes, a Resort Hotel, Village Centre and Community Amenities surround a centerpiece of natural beauty and varied recreation. Estate lots, Adult Living and Townhomes offer a wide variety of real estate opportunities designed for year round residence or vacation homes. A place to live, work and play.

Innovative geothermal technology and dual water systems set Sun Rivers apart as a blueprint for the future.



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One of the coolest we sites for a housing dovelpment Ive ever seen
why tell you news when I can show it to you ( needs media player and speakers ) .

http://www.orchardswalk.com/media/or...tvjuly2705.mpg

http://www.orchardswalk.com/media/or...kbctvnews.mpeg

I THINK MY WAY OF THREADING MAKES IT MORE FUN !!!

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Old October 24th, 2005, 04:01 AM   #5
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I hear there are some crazy plans for Penticton. which include residence tower and a massive hotel.
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Old October 24th, 2005, 04:38 AM   #6
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really ? Thats cool , I went through Penticton for the first time in like 10 years this summer . It sure has grown a lot in 10 years . I was really empressed . We lost our hotel project , it was replaced by rumors of an 19 story condo project to go along with another condo ( 22 floors ) beeing built in the Kamlops sub-division of Sahali across from the University ( TRU ) . there are also 2 condos going in at TRU at 14 floors each ( UC ), and another 2 ( proposed ) beeing built in the city center at 16 or so floors,
( I hope)
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Well I guess I am one of the few people from Prince George on this forum so I may as well try to provide some input onto what is going on in Prince George.

As most of you may know, the economy in Prince George has been less than stellar for the past well... decade but we have weathered the storm and progress is being made.

This is a recent development for Downtown Prince George
16 high end condominiums


Prince George Downtown Land DevelopmentThe City of Prince George and Ghiai Development Corporation have signed a letter of intent with respect to a proposed development project for property located on Quebec Street between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue. The 13,200 square foot site consists of four lots and is zoned for commercial use.

Ghiai Development Corporation is a San Francisco-based Architectural/Real Estate Development Firm, which specializes in urban renewal. The Ghiai Development Corporation is proposing to construct a mixed-use development to include 16 high-end residential condominiums, five retail/commercial spaces and an enclosed ground level parking structure.

The City and Ghiai Development Corporation anticipate that the sale will close early in 2006. In the interim Ghiai Development Corporation will prepare detailed site designs and architectural drawings of the proposed development. The specific details of the sale will be released once the sale has closed.

“This is more exciting economic news for our City. Council’s priorities are to Grow Our Economy, Grow a Proud and Confident Community, and Support Community Renewal, and this announcement is another positive step in ensuring those things happen”, says Mayor Colin Kinsley. “We look forward to working with the Ghiai Development Corporation to develop the first residential development in the downtown, which will tremendously assist the community in its downtown rejuvenation efforts.”

“Two things make any city reach towards prosperity, great leadership and growth potential. Mayor Kinsley, his staff and City Council combined with Prince George's new business climate won my heart and dedication,” says Ghiai Development Corporation CEO, Yves Ghiai.

City Centre Ventures Chair, David George congratulated Mayor and Council and City Administration on a job well done. “We are very excited to see our downtown grow and diversify and residential living in the downtown is a great way to accomplish that.”

Ghiai Development Corporation expects to commence construction in the summer of 2006 with anticipated opening of the project scheduled for the Summer 2007.

Some new projects have been announced at the university as well
A 32 million dollar Northern Sports Center
a 30+ million Teaching and Learning Centre


Teaching and Learning Centre


Northern Sports Centre
http://www.unbc.ca/nsc/index.html

The local shopping mall is undergoing approximately 2 million dollars in renovation.

Many new residential neighbourhoods have opened up for new development as housing starts are up 92% over last year.

Other various events

Ainsworth lumber is planning on construction an MDF plant 2-400 jobs

4 new pelet plants are being planned for the area

$72 million investment in the oil refinery

30km of highway 4laning south of prince george

Brink Forest Products expansion +200 jobs

$7.2 million community energy program, basically the construction of a central heating plant for downtown prince george. It will utilize wood waste and provide cheap energy to downtown businesses.

Things are really looking up in prince george, people are moving back and money is flowing, incomes are some of the highest in the province and recent announcements by local companies and government will only aid in the revitilization of our fair city.

here are some random pictures

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Yeah, we have worse air pollution than the lower mainland
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Is this the Pine Centre??
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Could someone please clarify something for me.
What the hell is ThompsonRiver University> Didn't they already have a college/university.
Now all the OpenUniversity courses are done through them but then why a campus.
Does it have a graduate school.
I'm very confused.
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Could someone please clarify something for me.
What the hell is ThompsonRiver University> Didn't they already have a college/university.
Now all the OpenUniversity courses are done through them but then why a campus.
Does it have a graduate school.
I'm very confused.
Thompson Rivers University was upgraded from the University of the Cariboo in Kamloops along with the Open University last May.

That's all I know though.
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Is this the Pine Centre??
Yeah, that is pine centre mall

When it comes to shopping centres Prince George is at the bottom of the pack. Pine centre was built in the early 70's I believe and was held privately untill recently. THe private owners decided to basically milk the mall and let it fall into the state it is in today. No major renovations have ever taken place there except the conversion of a SAAN store into a crappy food court. Walmart was supposed to take over the WOOlco store however the woolco store in Prince George was unionized and walmart didn't end up coming to prince george untill 2001. In highschool, my freinds and I would make the hour long treck to quesnel just go go to walmart. Now Prince George has all the major players in terms of big box retailers. including

Costco
SuperStore
London Drugs
Canadian Tire
HOme Depot
Walmart

Apparently Rona has selected a sight and will build a new store as well as a new Safeway Store.
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that is a beauiful condo project . Im glas to see you on this thread Weez . hopfully others will post soon as well !
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ssiguy2 =

Yes we upgraded to full University status last year . full campus and everything. The campus itslef has in the neighbourhood of 10,000 Students I believe now
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wow...was i ever slow at responding

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The city will be anouncing the Drawings of our new city Library built on the North shore ( Tranquile road ) . supposed to a big one too !
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UNBC looks very smart. I agree, this thread is a good idea.
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New Prince Rupert Condo:

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Council puts Graham condo plan on ice

By Patrick Witwicki
The Daily News

October 26, 2005

Prince Rupert city councillors found themselves discussing an unusual subject at this week’s council meeting.

A developer had forwarded his plan of intent to build a 48-unit condominium at the end of Graham Avenue, and the discussion around a zoning bylaw that would allow further development in that area took place with various residents from the area in attendance...

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I wonder how many floors that will be... I didn't subscribe to the Daily News, and this is the online edition which only has the beginning part of the story.
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Hey Micmiko, how are the housing prices doing in Prince Rupert, I heard that there has been a lot of speculative buying going on due to the construction of the new container port. Do you feel that these new condos are a speculative notion or is there currently the demand for new construction.
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Hey Micmiko, how are the housing prices doing in Prince Rupert, I heard that there has been a lot of speculative buying going on due to the construction of the new container port. Do you feel that these new condos are a speculative notion or is there currently the demand for new construction.
Oh, now that I read the rest of the article, it looks like council wants to reject the proposal, or at least have the developer choose a different lot/decrease the size of the project.

Graham Avenue is a one-way street situated on top of a hill where every house has a ocean view. A few houses there surpass $1 million in value, if I recall correctly. So building a huge condo there obviously will attract anti-development NIMBYs.

Aside from that, housing prices HAVE gone up, and there is/will be a demand for new construction. Some people have been buying second houses as an investment because although prices are rising, they are still relatively cheap to buy. Property tax is a major pain in the butt though. A $200 000 house in value will have property taxes of around $4 000.


Other projects going on in Prince Rupert:

Container Port (phase I handling 500 000 TEUs/year scheduled for completion in 2007; phase II handling 2 million TEUs/year scheduled for completion in 2009)

Northlands (cruise ship terminal completed) (landscaping for new businesses around and in Cow Bay/cruise ship terminal area)

New Shopping Centre (Big box stores + maybe relocation of Extra Foods)
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I did hear rumours of a new extra foods store in Prince Rupert from my neighbour in Prince George. He is the assistant manager at the PG store. The prince george store is expanding as well to be a similar size to the ones in vanderhoof and quesnel. A walmart is also proposed for smithers. With all the cheap dutch people in smithers I thnk that walmart would be a hit lol.
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