Since opening in June, the store has had very good food traffic in its downtown corner locationby Kyle Born
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Who were the winners of the Nelson & District Chamber of Commerce annual Business Excellence Awards in 2019?by Virginia Rasch
A project that began in 2015 to bring new life to a campus was celebrated recently with the official opening in Nelson
Five West Kootenay communities have signed on to the EcoSociety’s 100% Renewable Kootenays campaign. Meet the early adopters of change.by Virginia Rasch
The City of Nelson is launching an open, two-round laneway house design competition
Renovating and restoring a building that is over 100 years old takes a team of skilled trades people
Judy Banfield of Nelson has long been a source of support and influence for people at their most vulnerable times: infancy, youth, parenthood and advanced age.by Marie Milner
Owner and founder Morgan Dehnel started his D-Pace company more than two decades ago, in 1995.
FortisBC is adding new Direct Current Fast Charge (DCFC) stations to its EV charging network in Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, New Denver and Nakusp
Municipalities are on the front lines of climate change, so it is important they are developing plans and implementing actions to become more resilient
A new Selkirk College program aims to prepare learners for a rewarding career vital in the foundation of tech
The Elephant Mountain Literary Festival in Nelson features workshops, special events, and panel discussions
Meet Sydney Black, executive director of the Nelson & District Arts Council and founder of Black Productions.by Danielle Cameron
The brick building, which will become Cover’s new home, is located at the south entrance to Nelson’s developing Railtown commercial neighbourhood
Jessica Nordlander joined Thoughtexchange to scale her passion for innovating leadership and find work-life balance a small mountain town
Formerly owned by Tony Maglio, his brother Dominic and brother in-law Russ Beauchamp, the Maglio Building Centres have been serving the area for over 30 years.
Pacific Insight will move their production to a company-built facility in Monterrey, Mexico
Numerous new construction and development projects are springing up throughout the Kootenaysby Keith Powell
BankBit, a company owned and operated by Nelson-resident Ben Glickman, recently installed a Bitcoin machine in the convenience store.
The $23 million refresh at Nelson's Silver King Campus has reached another milestone with the opening of its new carpentry shop
BC Business magazine recently published their 5th Annual “Best Cities for Work in B.C.” ranking