Tent Mountain green energy plan: triple solution
The three-way green energy project is the result of great minds coming together against a challenging problem.by Timothy Fowler
The Kootenays are home to several key First Nations business people. Organizations like the Kootenay Aboriginal Business Development Agency (KABDA) help to inspire, support and assist First Nations entrepreneurs to get their companies started or boost their profit. Check out the articles below to learn more about the latest innovations from First Nations business owners, and the impact they have on their community and economy.
The Fernie Chamber of Commerce 2021 Business Excellence Awards were held on October 29, 2021by Julie Matchett
Trent Mason, Aboriginal owner of Blue Canoe Orchards in Creston, B.C., aims to distribute fresh cherries throughout the Kootenaysby Kyle Born
To the Ktunaxa, Qat’muk is home to the Grizzly Bear Spirit which is a source of protection, guidance and strength
The Ktunaxa Nation and the City of Cranbrook are partnering to create a new cultural and interpretive centre as Cranbrook’s new-and-improved visitor centre
St. Eugene Resort is a proudly First Nations-owned resort in the heart of the East Kootenays