The District of Tumbler Ridge is Canada's youngest community. Established in 1981 as a coal mining community, the town survived a downturn in the mining industry in 2000, and is experiencing a rebirth.
Tumbler Ridge has become well-known nationally and internationally with the discovery of a dinosaur trackway along a riverbed south of the town. Archaeological studies continue to be undertaken in the Tumbler Ridge area.
Tumbler Ridge is located 90 kilometres from Chetwynd, and 125 kilometres southwest of Dawson Creek. Tumbler Ridge amenities include a hockey arena, curling club, indoor aquatic centre, and community centre.
- The Tumbler Ridge Campus is located in the northeast wing of Tumbler Ridge Secondary School.
The campus provides area residents with opportunities to upgrade their training or education through Career and College Preparation courses, or Workforce Training/Continuing Education. Workforce Training courses offered in Tumbler Ridge include first aid, Bear Aware, CORE Hunter Safety and many others.
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Campus services include a library and computer/Internet access.