The Chamber of Year award recognized the innovative efforts that the Chamber has put into play with the Castlegar Economic Development Plan.
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Chris has been involved in a variety of organizations, lending his good-natured expertise to many projects.
The new owners plan to expand the schedule and offer a variety of classes like Spin, Tabata, Bootcamps and Functional Training.
When the doors open on RoboGames 2018, youth from around the region will be ready to throw their robot in the ring after weeks of building and training.
FortisBC’s Community Investment program has helped to fund a snowtube, a specialized piece of equipment used to collect core samples from snowpacks.by Tanya Laing Gahr
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
Here's a selection of unique restaurants that are currently for sale in the Kootenay region.by Keith Powell
As FortisBC's $23-million operations centre comes to completion in Castlegar, we examine some of the benefits and features of the new facility
Canadian rock climbing superstar Will Stanhope will be guest speaking at the Kootenay Climbing Festival on Saturday, September 23rd in Robson, B.C.
The centralized Kootenay Operations Centre in Castlegar, British Columbia, provides increased efficiency, among other benefits.by Jillian Clark
The facility will be approximately 30,000 square feet and will contain office and crew space, material storage and a dedicated Emergency Operations Centre.
A grassroots group of entrepreneurs and likeminded community individuals are working together to build an engaged network to support innovation in Castlegar
Goodman is the host of Democracy Now, an independent global news program.
“Our employer exhibitors find the Career Fair a valuable venue to recruit to their organization or business,” says Amy Byers, College Recruitment Specialist.
In his new role as President and CEO, Johnny Strilaeff will rely on his experience as a Basin resident and on his work experience with the Trust since 2005.by Marie Milner
The difficult geography, challenging mountainous terrain and low-ceiling weather conditions have often plagued the airport's year-round accessibility.
“Dollars with Sense” is a program that is fun and interactive and provides practical information to students about money and debt.
Shifting to electric cars is needed in the Kootenays as our current transportation accounts for 60 per cent of our total greenhouse gas emissionsby Virginia Rasch