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Come on Home to B.C.’s Columbia Valley

Already billed the “Warmer Side of the Canadian Rockies,” B.C.’s Columbia Valley is heating up as a world class tourist destination, famous for its natural hot springs, abundant wildlife, picturesque wetlands and outdoor activities. For 1867 Confederation Log & Timber Frame dealer Phil Wallace, the trend means growing interest from nearby Alberta where more and more people are considering British Columbia as the ideal spot to build a dream vacation home.

“The resource industry in Alberta has a very positive outlook and we see that spilling over the mountains into the valley,” said Phil, who operates 1867 Confederation Log Homes of East Kootenay, B.C.

“The resource industry in Alberta has a very positive outlook and we see that spilling over the mountains into the valley,” said Phil, who operates 1867 Confederation Log Homes of East Kootenay, B.C., along with his wife and two sons.

“If it’s your dream to build a log home, this is a great time to get started,” he added, pointing to the availability of a large selection of reasonably priced properties in East Kootenay and the surrounding area.

Looking to build? Send Phil a message at pwallace@confederationloghomes.com.