Arrow in Stewart, BC
The home base for your career. Small town living. Big route hauls.
Stewart is a unique border town located at the end of the Portland Canal in northwestern British Columbia. With a population of 500 people, the town is surrounded by wide open, uncrowded landscapes and offers an abundance of year-round outdoor activities. If you enjoy the outdoors, fishing, wildlife, hiking, heli-skiing and snowmobiling, Stewart is the perfect fit for you!
Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Snowmobiling, Curling, Indoor Badminton, Ocean Fishing, Cabin Fever Days, Heli-Skiing, Ice Fishing at Meziadin Lake
Hiking, Driving Range, Summer Youth Programs, Fishing, Baseball, Hunting, Tennis
A Great Climate
Post Office, Community Hall, Grocery stores, Hardware Stores, Restaurants, Hotels/Motels, R.V. parks, Ball Field, Trail Systems, Picnic Sites, Playgrounds, Arena Museum, Public Library, Tennis Courts, Health Centre, Religious Centers and Churches.
Education: Bear Valley School (K-12)
The town is at the end of Highway 37A, which connects to Highway 37, at Meziadin Junction, 65km/40mi away. The nearest transportation hub for connecting to buses, trains, and flights is Terrace, 337km/204mi south.
For more information about Stewart visit: www.districtofstewart.com