Feasibilty Study

Recipient: Lakes District Airport Society
Amount: 5000
Date: 2005-11-16
Areas: Regional
Sectors: Planning
Strategy: Planning and Research
Description: The purpose of this project was to conduct a feasibility analysis to determine the viability of constructing a 2,500 sq. ft. terminal building at the Baker Airport (CYPZ). The airport currently has no heated facility for visitors or medical staff. Lakes District Airport Society (LDAS) plans to recover costs ongoing to operate and maintain the building through meeting room rental, membership increases, cafeteria lease, and office rental. The terminal building and the planned increase in service are necessary parts of the Lakes District economic diversification efforts, such as mining and tourism.
Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society

In 2013 NKDF provided seed capital to fund an Accessibility Audit of what would be required to develop the Lakes Outdoor Recreation area as an accessible region in northern British Columbia. It proved that people with...

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