Understaffing at ski resorts and towns is a chronic problem and new website aims to help alleviate that shortageby Julie Matchett
What’s new in Kootenay business
The Kootenay communities live and breathe creativity, ingenuity, and talent. From the colourful summer markets of Invermere to the tailored boutiques in Nelson, it’s the people behind the scenes that make business in the Kootenays something to be proud of.
Are you a business owner—or know of a business—in the Kootenays with something new and exciting happening with the company? Please submit your information, and we will follow up with you for a possible entry on this page.
Recent Business Beat articles
A successful deal with the Dragons' Den inspires small-town craft distillery Taynton Bay Spirits to aim higherby Julie Matchett
A fixture in Fernie for the past four years, popular eatery Crumbs Cakery has relocated to Sparwoodby Julie Matchett
Fenix Advanced Materials, part of Trail's Metal Tech Alley, specializes in the manufacture of ultra-high purity metalsby Julie Matchett
Angel Flight East Kootenay is a non-profit charity dedicated to flying patients to medical appointments in Kelowna
A joint research study with the University of Calgary has confirmed that sourdough pasta can be part of a beneficial diet
For an electric vehicle owner, at-home charging is now more accessible than ever thanks to rebates from the Province of BC, FortisBC and BCHydro
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Current senior vice-president and COO, Ian Fillinger, has been appointed to replace Davies in the new yearby Julie Matchett
Vivienne Hurley, new Youth Recruitment and Marketing Coordinator at Seven Summits Centre for Learning in Rossland, touts the benefits of the innovative schoolby Vivienne Hurley