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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 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
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A few of the lines available at Zinnia include the internationally renowned Nomads Hempwear, based in the Slocan Valley and Smoking Lily from Victoria.
Published in September 2017, Full Curl is the first book in the Jenny Willson Mystery Series that features park warden Jenny Willson.
The Chamber of Year award recognized the innovative efforts that the Chamber has put into play with the Castlegar Economic Development Plan.
The Accelerate Kootenays project is facilitated by Community Energy Association.
The former homestead of the Fitzen family was acquired by the Nature Conservancy of Canada as a partial donation and partial land purchase.
$5-million financing from BDC to go into enhancing guest experiences at the year-round B.C. resort.
Seven credit unions from the Boundary, Kootenay, and Columbia Valley have collaborated in their efforts to provide financial relief for Grand Forks.
The sawmill was temporarily curtailed on May 10, 2018 as a precautionary measure due to the escalating flooding in the region.
In order for a project to be eligible for a New Horizons grant, it must be led or inspired by seniors.
The new building, currently under construction in Nelson, comes with two open concept units.
The company has moved to a larger 4-acre yard and a more spacious repair facility as well as a bigger office and parts department.
The Community Cash Awards, which aimed to develop healthy and diverse communities, offered local community groups an opportunity to apply for funding.
100 youth attended the recent Basin Youth Network 2018 Leadership Summit in Kimberley.