“Situated at the shore of the Salish Sea, Sidney’s historic and vibrant downtown district is the heart of the Saanich Peninsula. Locally owned storefronts, coffee shops, eateries, and more offer unique and memorable opportunities year-round. With new restaurants and retail spaces opening each year, there are options to discover more with each visit. Whether it’s your health, wellness or personal business needs, you don’t need to leave Sidney to find qualified, experienced and friendly professionals.
In addition, Sidney is home to two dynamic industrial areas with a variety of high-tech, aviation, marine, and manufacturing enterprises. Local business associations, the municipal government, and entrepreneurs work together to encourage a business-friendly and vibrant community to soon become known as one of Canada’s best small towns.” Sidney Business Improvement Area Society
“The population of Sidney is 11, 672. The mainly flat, walkable community is 5.10 square kilometers and the moderate climate makes it a year-round tourist destination. Sidney’s major economic drivers are manufacturing, retail and tourism.
Just a 20 minute drive from downtown Victoria, Sidney is home to the Sidney / Anacortes (Washington, USA) Ferry Terminal and just minutes from the Victoria International Airport and Swartz Bay, BC Ferry Terminal. ” Town of Sidney
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- Chamber of Commerce
- Intercultural Association of Greater Victoria
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- Welcome BC
- Sidney Business Improvement Area Society
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