AirBnB has a major economic presence in the Kootenays.
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Community Futures Greater Trail was recognized at the British Columbia Community Futures AGM for its outstanding business loan program.
The seven credit unions that encompass the Kootenay, Boundary and Columbia Valley regions are creating a single credit union
See the highlights from Columbia Basin Trust's 2016/17 Annual Service Plan Report
EKC helped established the CDCF endowment fund to benefit the Salvation Army’s Soup Kitchen in 2004.
Trust provides $500,000 to new community building.
In this episode of Kootenay Business Podcast, publisher Keith Powell, talks with Tom Thomson, Executive Director of the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce.
BC Hydro has exercised its right of first offer to purchase Teck’s two-thirds interest in the Waneta Dam in British Columbia, Canada, for $1.2 billion cash.
The purchase is forecast to have a beneficial financial impact each year, helping to keep rates affordable for BC Hydro’s customers.
First time scholarship awards three students around the Basin.
The City of Trail is pleased to announce it has received a $4.6 million grant from the Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP)
Trust providing $2M for energy conservation upgrades.
Metal Tech Alley has been created with the input and engagement of multiple stakeholders, citizens, business leaders and community officials.
Under the agreement, Teck Metals Ltd. will be granted a 20-year lease to use Fortis' interest in Waneta to produce power for its industrial operations in Trail
Unlike other funding initiatives, the Community Cash Awards provide EKC members, and the community, the opportunity to ‘invest in’ and select the award winners.
Intrawest is a North American mountain resort and adventure company, delivering distinctive vacation and travel experiences to its customers.
Columbia Basin Trust contributes $500,000 for new community centre
Matt Cockell, who will be relocating his family to Cranbrook, plans to take over the role of President and General Manager
To support the important work Avalanche Canada does, Columbia Basin Trust is funding the non-profit organization with $450,000 over three years.
B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone stated that most of the funding, $450 million, is for improvements to a four-kilometre section of the road.