Growing communities one idea at a time.

Welcome to Community Futures Mt. Waddington. Since 1992 we have been helping grow Mount Waddington Region's economy by providing small business loans, expert advice and a wide range of tools and resources.

Featured Clients

See what other entrepreneurs have done with the help of Community Futures Mount Waddington.

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Business tools
Business tools

Find what you need to write a business plan or apply for a loan.


Business loans
Business loans

You may be eligible for a loan to buy, expand or establish a business.


Business succession
Business succession

Are you a retiring business owner? Do you have a plan?


Workshops & Training
Small business training

We connect you with the information you need to succeed.

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Latest News

2016 Volunteer of the Year Awarded

The commitment, vision and concern of our volunteers measure the success of community-based organizations like Community Futures. The annual Volunteer of the Year Award is given to an individual in each Community Futures office who has demonstrated outstanding service in the field of community and business development.

Dennis... Read more

CanExport - new export program for Canadian Companies

Ministers of International Trade and Small Business and Tourism announce new export program for Canadian companies

January 5, 2016 - Kitchener, Ontario - Global Affairs Canada

The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of International Trade, and the Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small... Read more

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North of 49 Outfitters

Darla Tolmie

Clothes for your North Island lifestyle. North of 49 Outfitters opened in Port Hardy on July 1st, 2015, and sells clothing designed for the outdoors. Darla Tolmie moved to Port Hardy three years ago and prior to that she lived in Duncan. She fell in love with the natural beauty of the North Island and wanted everyone else to be able to experience the beautiful outdoors as well. “We try to sell products that allow people to go out and... Read more

Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish

Bruce and Carol Dirom

As a sport fisherman, Bruce Dirom was aware of tourists needs to store fish that they had caught that they could either pick up when they leave, or have shipped to them at a later date. This need was what led Bruce and Carol Dirom to start their own business. In 1994, with help in the form of a loan from Community Futures, Bruce and Carol founded Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish. In 1999, as their business grew, they decided to move to a bigger space... Read more

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Communities Served

Alert Bay, Bella Bella, Coal Harbour, Echo Bay, Holberg, Kingcome Inlet, Klemtu, Port Alice, Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Quatsino, Rivers Inlet, Shearwater, Sointula, Telegraph Cove, Winter Harbour, Woss, Zeballos


Community Futures Mount Waddington
14 - 311 Hemlock Street
Box 458
Port McNeill, BC
V0N 2R0

T: 250.956.2220
T: 877.956.2220
F: 250.956.2221