⬅ HEALTH INFO

 

 

  • Smithers is accessible by road, plane and ferry.

    Medical students and residents will need a vehicle during their rural rotation.

    Airlines
    Smithers Airport (YYD) offers commercial and charter service. The airport is located 5 kms north of town. Fly Air Canada or Hawkair to Smithers.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound offers bus service to Smithers. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Car Rentals
    Dollar Rent-A-Car, National Car Rentals, Thrifty Car and Truck Rental

  • The Smithers Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Banking
    Smithers currently has a Royal Bank, Credit Union Central of BC, Scotiabank, CIBC and a Bank of Montreal.

    Schools

    Smithers is in Bulkley Valley School District #54.

    Walnut Park Elementary (K-7, 326 Students)
    Box 2649, 4092 Mountainview Drive
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
    P: 250 847-4464 | F: 250 847-3199

    Muheim Elementary (K-7, 274 Students)
    Box 2260, 3659 – 3rd Avenue
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
    P: 250 847-2688 | F: 250 847-4734

    Lake Kathlyn Elementary (K-7, 71 Students)
    7620 Highway 16 West
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N2
    P: 250 847-9427 | F: 250 847-9193

    Bulkley Valley Learning Center (9-12, 57 Students)
    Box 4750, 3490 Fulton Avenue
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
    P: 250 847-2008 | F: 250 847-3626

    Smithers Secondary (8-12, 777 Students)
    Box 849, 4408 – 3rd Avenue
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
    P: 250 847-2231 | F: 250 847-2165

    Visitor Center
    Smithers Visitor Centre
    1411 Court Street
    Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0
    P: 250 847-5072 | TFP: 1 800 542-6673 | F: 250 847-3337
    info@TourismSmithers.com

  • “Smithers is the place to start your outdoor adventure. Whether you enjoy horseback riding, hiking, golfing, rafting, fishing or skiing – you will find your activity of choice here. Surrounded by mountains, dotted with lakes and divided by rivers and streams the Bulkley Valley wants to be explored. The history of the prospector can be found in the mountains in old mines and artifacts. Anglers can’t resist the temptation of trout, salmon and steelhead.”
    www.tourismsmithers.com