Participants will gain professional experience through international development work
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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Majority of class hopes to remain in the region to work
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North Coal has been active since 2012 and is currently completing federal and provincial environmental assessments and consulting with local stakeholders.
Brenda Mathenia will bring over 20 years of experience in academic libraries to new role
Sharma brings over 25 years of global hospitality management experience to the role
Terry Gainer was a director of Kootenay Rockies Tourism for a number of years
Staffing for businesses is a challenge in the Fernie area due to the seasonal nature of the tourism economy and a small labor market.
The petition, which recommends that Air Canada should maintain one trip per day between Cranbrook and Calgary, has collected 541 signatures.
The Elephant Mountain Literary Festival in Nelson features workshops, special events, and panel discussions
The goal of the Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is to work with rural citizens to provide high quality, useful evidence for rural health care planning in BC
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has launched an online public consultation in the ongoing effort to improve their service to taxpayers
The busy and popular stop with the motoring public is celebrating 30 years in business and recently held an open house for staff and customers.
The brick building, which will become Cover’s new home, is located at the south entrance to Nelson’s developing Railtown commercial neighbourhood