Kaslo is set on the shore of Kootenay Lake. — Gordon F. Brown photo/picturebc.ca
Kaslo's new Angry Hen Brewing Co. is expected to open for the 2017 summer season
John Bowden of Nelson, B.C., is working to make group bicycle touring the next big thing in his region.
Jeanne Shaw uses her experience as a teacher and her passion for pets to help people understand what their dogs are trying to tell them.
Collaboration figures large for Kaslo’s chamber of commerce as a technique to accomplish greater goals than it could manage on its own.
Residents and visitors in Kaslo, B.C., enjoy a wealth of history, arts and culture, outdoor recreation and business opportunities.
Kootenay Career Development Society matches employers with job seekers and helps to ensure success for both.
Kootenay Business is pleased to present the Top 20 largest hotels throughout the West Kootenay/Revelstoke region.
“It’s a new year and we hope you put “travel more” on the top of your to-do list,” states Expedia.
The owners of the new brewery are hoping to be operational by mid-2017.
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