BC Business magazine recently published their 5th Annual “Best Cities for Work in B.C.” ranking
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Lotus Books in downtown Cranbrook will host the 7th Annual Book Fair, featuring eight local area authors
College names recipients of newly-created scholarship fund
Christine has been with the BMO Financial Group since 2009.
Annual community clinic to take place at Tamarack Centre November 22
The business has been purchased from local owners who will continue to support the new ownership in an advisory role
Participants learn from the land and people of the Ktunaxa Nation
Emma Genest, outreach co-ordinator for Accelerate Kootenays, discusses electric cars, supply versus demand and the cost of saving the worldby Kyle Born
Over the course of two days, the 130 delegates heard many inspirational and informative sessions on a variety of industry topics
Majority of current class hopes to work in region after graduation
Andrew Wilkinson, B.C. opposition leader, spoke about the province’s upcoming referendum on electoral reform at the Cranbrook chamber luncheonby Kyle Born
The new hand-forged iron sculpture will be inspired by Joseph Creek flowing through the City of Cranbrook
Amie Lubbers has been arrested for Cops for Kids for being too sexy for her shoes
This purchase adds approximately 100 acres of properly zoned land supply to the City
As part of the celebrations a new sign for the pulp mill entrance was revealed and two commemorative trees were planted in front of the mill office.s
The Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce is working to be a valued and respected champion of business and a positive contributor to the Cranbrook community.
The proposed development is called the MounView and would feature office and retail space on the ground floor
The new company is called Black Metal Storage and is located at 1950 Theatre Road in Cranbrook.
The annual Business Walk captures the pulse of businesses throughout Cranbrook.
Curbs and sidewalks have been poured, with landscaping, driveway and pathway restoration to take place in the coming weeks.
Matt Cockell, general manager of the Kootenay Ice, discusses team pride and the club’s “Our Ice” campaignby Kyle Born