Columbia Basin Trust provides $3 million for 53 new recreation infrastructure projects
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The government’s new Bill C-69 provides a new environmental assessment process and includes a new mechanism for protecting navigable waters.
The International Youth Internship program aims to provide eligible Canadian youth with international experience, skills and knowledge.
The Mining Jobs Task Force will look at all aspects of mineral exploration and mining, and provide recommendations to strengthen ties in the province.
As Save-On-Foods, the newly re-branded stores will offer the same great products at amazing value from the same familiar team.
Junior Dragons Den is a Community Futures led business competition open to students from Grade 7 to University in four different regions of British Columbia.
FortisBC recently released a new mobile application that allows British Columbians to access their utilities account from their mobile devices.
The Columbia Basin Trust is helping 12 facilities renovate, relocate or upgrade with nearly $830,000 in support through its new Arts and Culture Venue Grants.
In addition to his work as an Assistant Professor at UBC, Dr. Yadav is the Vice Chair of the Biotechnical Division of the Chemical Institute of Canada.
According to a Globe and Mail article, the Kootenay region is heavily dependent on Alberta home buyers.
Columbia Basin Trust program creates and retains jobs in the Basin
The Government of British Columbia is providing over $103,000 for cultural, social and infrastructure projects in the Kootenay region.
To celebrate the partnership between Realtors and the bank, RBC launched the first annual National Realtor Appreciation Week from February 26 to March 2, 2018.
RCR began operating the KCATC in January 2018, and will continue to attract alpine events, weddings, conferences, and other visitation to Kimberley.
CEO of Teck, Don Lindsay, believes the company is well positioned to benefit from continued strength in commodity prices.
True Key Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce a new agreement with Radium Golf Group for the management of the Radium and Springs Golf courses.
In an effort to avoid tragedy and make Castlegar's streets safer for everyone, Celgar has launched a fantastic campaign that has received great response so far
CertainTeed proposes a 135-hectare open-pit gypsum mine, located approximately 12 kilometres northeast of Canal Flats.
Selkirk College is now accepting applications for the upcoming February start in three different programs.
Eden Yesh will host Community Investment sessions in most communities throughout the Kootenays
A new winter recreation amenity will soon be available in the region when the Blewett Conservation Society's outdoor rink project is completed.
Columbia Basin Trust provides over $1M for 41 projects.
Approximately 115 properties on the north side of Highway 3 in West Fernie are now officially part of the City of Fernie.
Former GM at The Drive/B-104 Leo Biggio recently took a transfer back to the Kamloops market, after being in Cranbrook since 2012.
EKC encourages the community to keep the needs of the Cranbrook Food Bank top of mind throughout the year.
The City of Cranbrook's 311 app is designed to improve customer service between the public and city management/staff.
Modelled after CBC’s “The Dragons’ Den,” students in Grades 7 to University will pitch their business idea to a panel of local judges.
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.