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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 20 years. He is a director of Kootenay Rockies Tourism.
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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
First-year SROAM students had the opportunity to visit Selkirk Snowcat Skiing to complete their Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 course.
The new, 10,000 square-foot shop features dedicated space for maintenance and repairs, offices, tool storage and a customer conference room.
Interior Health has awarded a contract for the development of 30 residential care beds in Cranbrook to Golden Life Management.
Originally from the Lethbridge area, Rickaby was well-known in the Nelson area for his enthusiastic spirit and business savvy.
Aside from the new plant in Cranbrook, there are only 5 other bottle manufacturing plants in Canada.
Nelson’s various plans and studies have identified numerous areas for future study, research, plan development, and implementation.
The Genome BC event offers an incredible interactive learning opportunity for our students, faculty and community members.
Destination British Columbia works collaboratively with tourism stakeholders across the province to coordinate tourism marketing at all levels.
All geophysics and drill holes to date have helped the technical team better understand the nature of this exciting project.
To support the important work Avalanche Canada does, Columbia Basin Trust is funding the non-profit organization with $450,000 over three years.
Goodman is the host of Democracy Now, an independent global news program.
B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone stated that most of the funding, $450 million, is for improvements to a four-kilometre section of the road.
The Trust is purchasing a commercial building in the Waneta Industrial Park near Trail and working with a local tech industry entrepreneur to fill the facility.