Rossland: Who’s who in business
Information for business in Rossland, B.C., including contacts, award winners and listings.
Rossland is a lively town tucked into a beautiful part of B.C. Nearby Red Mountain Resort is a popular winter destination while the area is also renowned for dirt biking during the summer. With a mining past, Rossland has evolved into a community with a passion for the outdoors and residents who choose the area for the lifestyle.
City of Rossland
- Kathy Moore, Moore
- Aaron Cosbey
- Marten Kruysse
- Andrew Zwicker
- Andy Morel
- Lloyd McLellan
- John Greene
Economic development contact
- Terry Van Horn, LCIC
One-on-one with the Mayor
With an eagerness to keep learning and to serve her community, Kathy Moore was successful in her bid to become mayor of Rossland.Read full article
Rossland branding and tourism
Every year Kootenay Business lists the Top 110 employers in the Kootenays. For Rossland, the list reflects the active lifestyle in the area. The town is also home to numerous smaller entrepreneurs and retailers who serve tourists and locals alike.
- Red Mountain Resort (200 winter)
- Ferraro Foods (175 in Trail and Rossland)
- Big Red Cat Skiing (28)
Top business people in Rossland
The following business individuals have shown dedication to business and their communities. They have been recognized on the Kootenay Business list of Top 10 business people for various years.
For Lori Craig, the owner of Better Life Fitness in Rossland, work is about a passion for fitness and helping clients succeed.Read full article
Whether it's about her community of Rossland or her position at Red Mountain Resort, Christine Andison believes in staying involved and positive.Read full article
Jim Firstbrook has created Thoughtstream, an online survey tool that inspires group learning and discovery.Read full article
Do you own a business in Rossland? We'd like to hear more about you. Please contact us if you're a successful long-time business owner in the area, or if you think you would qualify as a top employer in the Kootenays.