Nelson’s Social Room Interiors has moved to 619 Vernon Street in the Queen City.
Kootenay BizBlogby Keith Powell
Business developments in the Kootenays
Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications family. He has written a regular sales and marketing column, called Ad Talk, in Kootenay Business magazine for over 30 years.
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Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications group. View all of Keith Powell’s articles
Recent Kootenay BizBlog articles
Council and staff at the District of Elkford recently discussed the layout, placement and footprint of the new Elkford District office and building.
Smrt1 Technologies is debuting its Brain STEM Toolbox at BC Technology show May 14 - 16 in Vancouver BC.
The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Initiative contributes annually to aid in creating jobs for secondary and post-secondary students.
A Radium Hot Springs entrepreneur, Patrick Tolchard, has been recognized by BC Business magazine as one of the province’s Top 30 Under 30 business people.
The northern Kootenay Lake area is mountainous and thickly forested, which made traditional Internet infrastructure difficult and expensive.
Chris has been involved in a variety of organizations, lending his good-natured expertise to many projects.
Waterbridge was awarded a $27.9-million contract in 2016 to design and build the four new cable ferries.
The new owners plan to expand the schedule and offer a variety of classes like Spin, Tabata, Bootcamps and Functional Training.
Frontline health care workers are in high demand in our region and Selkirk College’s Health Care Assistant (HCA) Program is training to fill that gap.
The launch of a collection of essays by West Kootenay author Tom Wayman on Tuesday, May 1 will feature readings and a musical performance.
Tickets are now on sale for the 7th annual Elephant Mountain Literary Festival, July 12 – 15 in Nelson.
Robertson is excited to build on the momentum generated from Oxygen’s twelve-year span as the only rural artist run centre in the region.