John Harding, president and owner of Waterbridge Steel Inc. in Nakusp, B.C., is overseeing construction for four ferries to service B.C. waterwaysby Kyle Born
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Mueller has volunteered on Community Futures Central Kootenay's loans committee for more than a decade.
Students from all over the Kootenays took the stage to compete in the Junior Dragons Den championship held at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail.
A recognition luncheon was held on April 8 for rising young stars in the Kootenaysby Kimberly Shellborn
Galena Contractor’s Ltd. strives to better the community through its projects with sustainable development focused on maintaining the environment.by Nowell Berg
Imagine Kootenay (IK) focuses on highlighting the region as a great place to work, and excellent area to invest and an amazing place to live.
Kootenay Business sought out the top 40 young business leaders in the Kootenay/Boundary/ Revelstoke areas to honour this group of under-40-year-old rising stars
At the UBCM conference in Vancouver in September, Wood Works! BC announced the winners of the 2013 Community Recognition Awards.by Karen Kornelsen
Active Balance Chiropractic is excited to announce the opening of their practice on Baker Street in downtown Nelson.
Community discussions and meetings with various consultants have yielded a number of specific areas where economic development should be focused.by Colin Payne