Fraser Valley Business Directory, Local Search and Community Info



Welcome to Fraser.FoundLocally.com, which covers the Fraser Valley from Langley east to Hope and north up to Lillooet.

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Fraser Valley Business Directory & Local Search

 
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view listing for BC Tennis LeaguesFeatured ListingBC Tennis Leagues

Play Tennis in a League at your own skill level on your community court regardless of age or gender! See our website for more info & to print up a registration form.

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view listing for Wagon West Travel Plaza (Greyhound Bus Depot)Featured ListingWagon West Travel Plaza (Greyhound Bus Depot)

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year.

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view listing for Mission Golf & Country ClubFeatured ListingMission Golf & Country Club

A friendly, rolling course that challenges ers. Claiming to be the "finest nine holes west of the Rockies,"it offers large greens, two sets of tees and an attractive clubhouse. The Mission club is open all year, from dawn to dusk,

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view listing for Bungay Law OfficeFeatured ListingBungay Law Office

13+ years experience - Personal Injury Lawyers - Abottsford, BC. Car accident law/ICBC injury claims law, disability claims law

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view listing for MacLeod Bros ContractingFeatured ListingMacLeod Bros Contracting

MacLeod Bros Contracting offers quality services for all your renovation, maintenance and home building needs.

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If your business is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!

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Fraser Valley Community Information, Articles & Links

Fraser Valley Sports & Recreation

Golfing gets you outdoors!

Golfing season is now upon us. Check out this community's most complete golf course listings & information.


Fraser Valley Travel Tourism

Bridal Veil Falls between Hope and Chilliwack

The Fraser Valley is that portion of BC's "Lower Mainland" that extends east of Vancouver, and includes the communities from Langley east to Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission to Hope, and then north up the Fraser to where it join the Thompson River. The area mixes urban and rural in a unique patchwork.

If you want more information about the Greater Vancouver area, FoundLocally has a site just for your! Everything from Surrey and Coquitlam west to the coast from West Vancouver down to Tsawwassen and White Rock.


Fraser Valley Business

Because of the region's proximity to the Transportation-Canada Highway, the various rural communities are a popular stopping off point for travelers. Harrison Hot Springs, north of the Fraser, Cultus Lake and Bridal Veil Falls to the south, and the Manning Provincial Park wilderness is to the east of Hope.

Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


Fraser Valley Shopping

Abbotsford's Seven Oaks Mall

The Fraser Valley has a number of mid-sized communities on both sides of the Lower Fraser River, which have both shopping districts and malls. North and east of Hope the shopping becomes very sparse.


General Photo Credit: Thompson River from Kamloops To Lytton and Fraser River from Lytton To Hope, and Lougheed Highway (Northshore #7 highway) photos from Hope to Pitt Meadows photos by Mark Ruthenberg, Abbotsford to Hope photos Southshore by Tasha Martin, and Langley to Abbotsford Southshore photos by Jennifer Armour, Transportation-Canada Highway photos by Mark Ruthenberg, with others as credited. Web site research by Heather Mah.