Suzanne Thompson is a 30-year physiotherapy veteran, owner of Kootenay Therapy Center and a 2018 Top 10 Business Personby Kyle Born
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Kimberley and Marysville have been seeing a surge of new businesses, construction and start-ups over the past year.by Keith Powell
The new, two-story facility will be 12,500 square feet—some 3,800 square feet larger than its previous space.
“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
Events aimed at awareness of sexual violence and the College’s new policy and protocol will continue with each new intake of students.
Everyone is invited to stop by to support the students and to be introduced to important health information
Interior Health has awarded a contract for the development of 30 residential care beds in Cranbrook to Golden Life Management.
Are you a foodie? Then be sure to check out Kimberley's newest storefront, the Olives Unstuffed Tasting House, purveyor of speciality olive oils and vinegars.
Thanks to the additional RBC Learn to Play grant, the physical literacy project will move onto a new phase – one that focuses on inclusion.
Storm the Stairs was started in 2015 by the United Way of Trail and District as a fundraising event for people looking for a healthy physical challenge.
Golden Life has grown into the Kootenays largest seniors housing and care provider as well as the sixth largest employer.
Ainsworth-based Mountain Trek is North America’s only mountain hiking based fitness retreat.
College of the Rockies and University of Victoria are working together to ensure a smooth transition of the entire four-years of the Nursing program.