College of the Rockies students throughout the region will benefit from improved access to training
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$5-million financing from BDC to go into enhancing guest experiences at the year-round B.C. resort.
Seven credit unions from the Boundary, Kootenay, and Columbia Valley have collaborated in their efforts to provide financial relief for Grand Forks.
In order for a project to be eligible for a New Horizons grant, it must be led or inspired by seniors.
The Community Cash Awards, which aimed to develop healthy and diverse communities, offered local community groups an opportunity to apply for funding.
Christina Lake Fire and Rescue does good work all year. Join their charity golf tournament for some good work of your own.by Timothy Fowler
The Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Initiative contributes annually to aid in creating jobs for secondary and post-secondary students.
A Radium Hot Springs entrepreneur, Patrick Tolchard, has been recognized by BC Business magazine as one of the province’s Top 30 Under 30 business people.
The rural dividend encourages economic diversification, innovation, sustainability and collaboration, and recognizes the diverse needs of individual communities
The Kootenay, Columbia Valley and Boundary Regions of British Columbia Credit Unions have released an update on the next steps in their amalgamation process
College of the Rockies received more than $310,000 from the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training to go toward replacing aging trades equipment.
The four projects demonstrated the ability to succeed in diverse fields including environmental engineering, biotechnology, and agriculture.
Junior Dragons Den is a Community Futures led business competition open to students from Grade 7 to University in four different regions of British Columbia.
The Columbia Basin Trust is helping 12 facilities renovate, relocate or upgrade with nearly $830,000 in support through its new Arts and Culture Venue Grants.
Columbia Basin Trust program creates and retains jobs in the Basin
The Government of British Columbia is providing over $103,000 for cultural, social and infrastructure projects in the Kootenay region.
CEO of Teck, Don Lindsay, believes the company is well positioned to benefit from continued strength in commodity prices.
Columbia Basin Trust provides over $1M for 41 projects.
BDO Canada helps clear the confusion of income sprinkling for business owners.by Jillian Clark
EKC encourages the community to keep the needs of the Cranbrook Food Bank top of mind throughout the year.
Modelled after CBC’s “The Dragons’ Den,” students in Grades 7 to University will pitch their business idea to a panel of local judges.
BC Assessment's Kootenay Columbia region covers the southeast portion of the province from Fernie to Grand Forks and from Revelstoke to Cranbrook.
Overall, the Kootenay Columbia region's total assessments increased from $38.6 billion in 2017 to $40.87 billion this year.
The Province and the trust will each provide $14 million over the next three years with a target to create 225 affordable rental housing units.
Columbia Basin Trust is expanding its support for arts, culture and heritage with $11.6 million over three years.
The B.C. government is distributing $10.1 million in new grants to help rural communities stabilize their economies and create long-term local employment.