A passion for outdoor activities inspired Mark Hall and Jonathan Levesque to establish Fernie's Gearhub sports store.
- Thrift shop recycles $63,000 in donations to Elk Valley
The award winning Elk Valley Thrift Shop gives back to the community by means of its recycle, re-use, repurpose policyby Trina Ayling
- Can accountants go green?
Going green means going paperless for the team at Pinnacle PAC in Castlegar.by Nowell Berg
- An energetic champion of Castlegar
Meet Tammy Verigin-Burk, executive director of the Castlegar and District Chamber of Commerce.by Nowell Berg
- Sweet success for Fernie’s Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Martin and Marilyn Brock pick up the 2014 Fernie Chamber of Commerce award for outstanding customer service.by Trina Ayling
- Fitness for real life
It began as one man’s four-week commitment to help people get fit. Today it’s a unique, no-frills gym with a wait list of clients seeking total fitness.by Trina Ayling
- Tips for conference attendees
How conference attendees can bring value back to their organizationsby Virginia Rasch
- Canal Flats re-elected Mayor Ute Juras
Ute Juras is beginning her second term as mayor of Canal Flats, B.C., with a positive attitude and a clear direction.
- A third term for Midway’s mayor
Randy Kappes has taken on the position of mayor of Midway, B.C., for a third consecutive term.
- Building trust at Wasa Hardware and Building Centre
Running a hardware store in a small lakeside community is not just business as usual for Steve Wilson.by Nowell Berg
- A fresh perspective for Grand Forks
To Frank Konrad, the new mayor of Grand Forks, B.C., it’s important to consider the community’s long-term wellbeing.