Initial Designs Custom Embroidery provides more than decoration—its custom logos identify and represent its clients.
- FoodEx dispatches feasts to wherever you need to feed a crowd
Rene Schupbach of Kimberley, B.C., is a foodie and a caterer. His catering business will make the food fresh wherever you are.by Virginia Rasch
- When will everyone in the Kootenays have access to high-speed Internet?
Why region-wide broadband matters to businesses, even when they already have it.by Kerry Shellborn
- Clean heat for ʔaq’am
St. Mary’s Indian Band and MDG Contracting Services are bringing carbon-neutral heat to the First Nations community near Cranbrook.
- Dance on in Nelson
For instructors at non-profit studio Dance Umbrella, going to work is about so much more than earning a paycheque.
- Balancing risks
Eagle Plains Resources is succeeding in its industry while many other junior resource exploration companies fail.
- Dogsledding: a winter getaway
Musher Eric Marsden of Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures is passionate about his sport, his animals and about showing guests an experience in the Kootenays.
- Renovation dedication
Dustin Willoughby and his company, Fisher Peak Renovations & Construction, are enthusiastic home improvement experts.
- Destination BC’s new CEO wants a fresh focus for tourism
Marsha Walden spoke at the recent Kootenay Rockies Tourism Industry Conference held at Invermere’s Copperpoint Resort.by Keith Powell
- A tradition of quality used auto parts
Ernie’s Used Auto Parts in Castlegar, B.C., stays on the forefront of conscientious vehicle recycling.
- Avalanche safety in Canada rebranded
Canada’s national public avalanche safety organization, based in Revelstoke, B.C., has announced a new name and logo.