The Windsor stands to this day on its original location and is classified as an official heritage building.
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The owners of Nelson Landing are reaching out to developers and builders in Nelson to invite them to express their creative ideas on the lakefront property
The resort, owned and operated by the Lower Kootenay Band, is requesting approval to build a 10-unit, two-storey housing structure.
At the recent Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards, Kimberley’s Mayor Don McCormick was one of the guest speakers.
Kimberley and Marysville have been seeing a surge of new businesses, construction and start-ups over the past year.by Keith Powell
Panorama Mountain Resort is a four-season destination resort situated in British Columbia's Purcell Mountains.
As FortisBC's $23-million operations centre comes to completion in Castlegar, we examine some of the benefits and features of the new facility
The centralized Kootenay Operations Centre in Castlegar, British Columbia, provides increased efficiency, among other benefits.by Jillian Clark
The Silver King Campus renewal project is slated for completion in Spring 2018.
Trust provides $500,000 to new community building.
The new, two-story facility will be 12,500 square feet—some 3,800 square feet larger than its previous space.
In this podcast, Todd talks about a busy 2017 real estate market in Fernie and Elk Valley with Kootenay Business magazine publisher Keith Powell
The Community Solar Garden is now operational and supplying power to the Nelson Hydro power grid.
Amid an extensive renovation and expansion at the Fernie Brewing Company, they have also launched a new seasonal Ale called Base Camp, West Coast Pale Ale
Joy Global Canada is now in the process of moving into Sparwood's old Finning facilities
The former Firehall, built in 1931 or so, was on the market for several years and was listed with Philip Jones, of Royal LePage East Kootenay Realty, Cranbrook.
Kaslo's new Angry Hen Brewing Co. is expected to open for the 2017 summer season
The Trail Airport (YZZ) is a busy place these days with the start of construction on a new terminal building with substantial completion slated December 2017.
Construction on the City of Trail’s new $8.3 million Riverfront Centre is well underway
The City of Trail is pleased to announce it has received a $4.6 million grant from the Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP)
The facility will be approximately 30,000 square feet and will contain office and crew space, material storage and a dedicated Emergency Operations Centre.
Called Wildhorse Surgical, the new professional offices will be home to Dr. Robert Mondin and Dr. Ryan Cain.
New development highlights investor confidence
The facility is expected to be completed in April 2018 and ready to welcome students for the fall 2018 semester.