Teck projects a price of US $165 to $170 per tonne.
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BC Assessment's Kootenay Columbia region covers the southeast portion of the province from Fernie to Grand Forks and from Revelstoke to Cranbrook.
Overall, the Kootenay Columbia region's total assessments increased from $38.6 billion in 2017 to $40.87 billion this year.
It is the fifth consecutive year Harley-Davidson of the Kootenays has held a raffle of their iconic motorcycles with proceeds benefiting the hospice.
Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program instructor Don Macdonald and his wife Allison Girvan provide all the vocals on the 10-track album
The Deputy Minister’s Contractor of the Year Awards recognizes excellence in the delivery of transportation infrastructure projects.
The Province and the trust will each provide $14 million over the next three years with a target to create 225 affordable rental housing units.
Columbia Basin Trust is expanding its support for arts, culture and heritage with $11.6 million over three years.
Mr. Dall'Antonia has more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector and joined FortisBC in 2004.
Manufacturers attended a free Export Navigator workshop to learn about growing their businesses through exporting.
With new easy-to-access drop-off bins it makes it convenient to donate reusable clothing at five Cranbrook locations.
Bears Furniture and Appliances will also operate under the BrandSource label, with an extensive selection of appliances, furniture and electronics.
Unique to the area, the college offers courses in Chinese medicine, Registered Massage Therapy and Holistic Nutrition.
Well-known Cranbrook resident Tasy Strouzas is the new manager of the Coles bookstore in Tamarack Centre in Cranbrook
Bingay Coal licences cover 1,157 hectares near the confluence of the Bingay Creek and Elk River.
The owners of Nelson Landing are reaching out to developers and builders in Nelson to invite them to express their creative ideas on the lakefront property
Earlier this year, MoneySense magazine ranked the Top 100 Best Places to Retire in Canada—two Kootenay towns made the Top 10.
Brian and Julie Pealow are the new owners of the Loblaw’s franchise in Creston, now called Pealow’s Independent Grocer.
WestJet has introduced WestJet Link, a new regional air service operating under a capacity purchase agreement with Pacific Coastal Airlines
The resort, owned and operated by the Lower Kootenay Band, is requesting approval to build a 10-unit, two-storey housing structure.
The Export Navigator workshop is specifically for manufacturers in the West Kootenay, hosted by advisor Michael Hoher.
College of the Rockies’ President and CEO, David Walls, is pleased to announce the appointment of Erin Gawne as Executive Director, Public Relations.
Tervita is a leading environmental services company with nearly 40 years of industry experience.
The Kicking Horse Chamber of Commerce hosted a gala dinner event and presented 14 awards in a variety of categories.
The B.C. government is distributing $10.1 million in new grants to help rural communities stabilize their economies and create long-term local employment.
At the recent Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards, Kimberley’s Mayor Don McCormick was one of the guest speakers.
Calgary-based West High Yield Resources sells their mineral properties near Rossland to Maryland-based Gryphon Enterprises for US$750 million
Former executive director of the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce, Jamie Mayes, has joined Nelson-based Imagine Kootenay initiative as interim program manager.
Jana Thompson is Revelstoke's new Chamber of Commerce executive director