Welcome to Ucluelet, a youthful growing village on the west coast of Vancouver Island in the traditional territory of the Yuulu?it?ath First Nations.
With deep roots in the fishing industry, Ucluelet offers residents an unparallel quality of life. Residents have easy access to remote fishing holes, beaches, hiking trails, mountain ranges, and even Vancouver Island’s largest lake. When not playing outdoors, residents enjoy volunteering with local non-profits, its growing food and arts scene, and community hubs like the Ucluelet Aquarium.
Ucluelet’s entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. Small independent businesses, many geared towards tourism, form the backbone of the local economy. Local businesses are linked to international markets via high speed internet and connected to international destinations by daily 60-minute flights to Vancouver International Airport (YVR).
Check out the community profile for more information about living, working and doing business in Ucluelet.
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