Marsha Walden spoke at the recent Kootenay Rockies Tourism Industry Conference held at Invermere’s Copperpoint Resort.
- Balancing risks
Eagle Plains Resources is succeeding in its industry while many other junior resource exploration companies fail.
- Custom-stitched ID
Initial Designs Custom Embroidery provides more than decoration—its custom logos identify and represent its clients.
- 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.
- 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.
- Brewing Begbie beers
The Larsons made major career and location changes when they opened Mt. Begbie Brewing in Revelstoke, B.C., and now the company is thriving.
- Citizen science comes to the Kootenays
Blue Lake Centre’s new executive director, Todd Hebert, is incorporating citizen science into the centre’s education programs.
- Business or pleasure on the golf course?
Local professionals discuss the dos and don’ts of conducting business on the course, as well as the game itself.by Kimberley Schoenberger
- Caring for Kootenay kids
This family-oriented entrepreneur is taking in the Kootenay lifestyle with unbridled enthusiasm.