Binche Whut’en moving toward self sustainability

By Dave Branco
February 26, 2019 - 2:43pm Updated: February 26, 2019 - 7:40pm

BINCHE WHUT' EN - The First Nation's community of Binche Whut’en is located on the shores of Stuart Lake. 

This week they celebrate the first anniversary of the community bus service that transports people from communities in the region to Fort St James.

Included in the celebration the First Nation community is developing moves towards a self-sustainable community.

The Binche Whut’en is in the process in diversifying its economy by encouraging tourism to its lakeside community and developing an e-commerce business to help entrepreneurs expand business such as crafts, arts, etc.

Binche.ca will be one of the platforms where some of the products will be sold online. 

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