The new, community-led visitor information services and amenities hub (VISAH) in Golden, B.C., offers expanded services and conveniences.by Marie Milner
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The floral business is blooming for MJ's Floral Boutique with a new storefront, walk-in cooler and private office for consultations.
Kootenay Rockies Tourism Association would like to extend our support to our communities and industry in this time of need.
The Show & Shine portion of the event will be moving from the Springs Course Driving Range to the Copper Point Golf Club's driving range.
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.
Chris Hadfield is the keynote speaker for Columbia Basin Symposium
The Kootenay ICE Hockey Club have signed James Patrick to a three-year contract as the new head coach of the team and 8th in Franchise history.
When news broke that Invermere’s Kicking Horse Coffee had sold in a $215 million deal to Italy's Lavazza Group, it reminded us of the company’s humble beginning
Golf pros Byran Armstrong and Doug Schneider defied the odds by carding an albatross (2 on a par 5) and hole-in-one.
“I don’t want anyone to fall through the cracks. If there’s someone in need, I want the community to be able to help.” —Mike Grayby Marie Milner
Focusing on the phrase, 'What's Your Rush?', this campaign is designed to excite the consumer with an array of activities.
Owners of BC ziplining company & Fairmont Hot Springs Resort work together to bring high-flying fun to the East Kootenays.
The zip line course design will give riders spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, Columbia Lake and the adjacent Fairmont Hoodoos.
The iconic coffee shop is slated to be up and running by summer 2017.
Fernie Brewing Company is in expansion mode and plans to close their store and tasting room during the renovations.
Intrawest is a North American mountain resort and adventure company, delivering distinctive vacation and travel experiences to its customers.
The new, 17,000-square-foot Columbia Valley Multi-Use Centre will provide service to communities throughout the Columbia Valley.by Marie Milner
Matt Cockell, who will be relocating his family to Cranbrook, plans to take over the role of President and General Manager
Originally from the Lethbridge area, Rickaby was well-known in the Nelson area for his enthusiastic spirit and business savvy.