BC Business magazine recently published their 5th Annual “Best Cities for Work in B.C.” ranking
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Ryan Martin, owner of Marzano, a Neapolitan-style pizzeria inside Best Western Baker Street Inn, has brought Italian authenticity to the West Kootenayby Kyle Born
Can-Filters was purchased in October 2017 by international garden products giant, Hawthorne, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Scott’s Miracle-Gro.
Bus riders in the West Kootenay Regional Transit System will soon be able to choose new weekday trips between Nelson and Selkirk College in Castlegar.
If you are looking for real estate opportunities in the Nelson, Kootenay Lake or Regional District of Central Kootenay area, contact one of these realtors.
Traveling abroad to study helps build on skills that post-secondary students can utilize in a rapidly changing world.
Michael Graeme was recently announced as one of ten 3M National Student Fellowship Award winners
A few of the lines available at Zinnia include the internationally renowned Nomads Hempwear, based in the Slocan Valley and Smoking Lily from Victoria.
The new building, currently under construction in Nelson, comes with two open concept units.
Niki and Sunny Wood are the owners/operators of Samurai Hardwood Flooring in Nelson.
A complete floor-to-ceiling renovation of the space is currently underway as it is transformed into a new Neapolitan-inspired pizzeria.
Nelson’s Social Room Interiors has moved to 619 Vernon Street in the Queen City.
The launch of a collection of essays by West Kootenay author Tom Wayman on Tuesday, May 1 will feature readings and a musical performance.
Tickets are now on sale for the 7th annual Elephant Mountain Literary Festival, July 12 – 15 in Nelson.
Robertson is excited to build on the momentum generated from Oxygen’s twelve-year span as the only rural artist run centre in the region.
There are 13 courses included in the Nelson Summer Art Series that span a range of disciplines which are taught by working artists from around the province.
The rural dividend encourages economic diversification, innovation, sustainability and collaboration, and recognizes the diverse needs of individual communities
B.C. Housing awarded $6,300,300 in funding to a Nelson CARES project that will build 47 units of affordable housing
The Nelson Chamber of Commerce recently held their annual excellence awards banquet at the Hume Hotel in downtown Nelson.
FortisBC’s Community Investment program has helped to fund a snowtube, a specialized piece of equipment used to collect core samples from snowpacks.by Tanya Laing Gahr