Melissa Hambalek, owner of Initial Designs Custom Embroidery in Cranbrook, B.C.

Custom-stitched ID

Initial Designs Custom Embroidery provides more than decoration—its custom logos identify and represent its clients.

The FoodEx truck with the slogan 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
Rob Gay, chair of the Kootenay Boundary Regional Broadband Committee, leads a discussion about the availability of high-speed internet in the Elk Valley and throughout the Kootenays.
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
Chief Jim Whitehead and MDG Contracting Services CEO Ron Mason 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.

The Dance Umbrella instructors bring passion to their work. From left, Danielle Gibson, Lisa Schwab and Sabbian Clover. Dance on in Nelson

For instructors at non-profit studio Dance Umbrella, going to work is about so much more than earning a paycheque.

20th anniversary logo for Eagle Plains Resources Ltd. Balancing risks

Eagle Plains Resources is succeeding in its industry while many other junior resource exploration companies fail.

A dog sled from Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures leads guests through wonderful scenery along a snowy trail. 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.

Dustin Willoughby, owner-operator of Fisher Peak Renovations & Construction, Cranbrook, B.C. Renovation dedication

Dustin Willoughby and his company, Fisher Peak Renovations & Construction, are enthusiastic home improvement experts.

New Destination BC CEO Marsha Walden addresses the Kootenay Rockies Tourism Industry Conference 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.

Stuart Ady is the owner of the award-winning business Ernie's Used Auto Parts in Castlegar, B.C. A tradition of quality used auto parts

Ernie’s Used Auto Parts in Castlegar, B.C., stays on the forefront of conscientious vehicle recycling.

The new Avalanche Canada logo. Avalanche safety in Canada rebranded

Canada’s national public avalanche safety organization, based in Revelstoke, B.C., has announced a new name and logo.