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Tristen Chernove, CEO of Elevate Airports and general manager of the Canadian Rockies International Airport in Cranbrook, B.C., is also  the recipient of three medals from the September 2016 Paralympic Games.
East Kootenay, Cranbrook, West Kootenay, New Denver Tristen Chernove

Tristen Chernove is inspired by the energy of Cranbrook’s business community, and he’s reciprocating in a big way.

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Kayte Rock’s soups meet the health and  nutritional demands of today’s educated consumers. Here, she stands in her kitchen.
West Kootenay, New Denver, Cuisine, Environment, Health & Wellness, Small Business Follow the seasons with soups made in New Denver, B.C.

Soup du Jar in New Denver, B.C., is Kayte Rock’s pride and joy

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Cedra Eichenauer is the manager of the Nakusp & District Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Centre in Nakusp, B.C.
Nakusp, New Denver, Small Business, Tourism Nakusp chamber 2016

Business support, community building and promoting the Central Kootenay region are all in a day’s work for Cedra Eichenauer of Nakusp, B.C.

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The board of directors for the Regional District of Central Kootenay consists of one representative from each of 11 electoral areas and nine municipalities.
Creston, Castlegar, Kaslo, Nakusp, Nelson, New Denver, Riondel, Salmo 50 years of RDCK

Central Kootenay has a 50-year history of co-operation between the municipalities and the electoral districts.

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Cranbrook, Fernie, Invermere, Castlegar, Kaslo, New Denver, Tourism A historical tour of the Kootenays

The history and culture of the Kootenays attract tourists from all over the globe. But have you seen the historical gems in your own hometown?

by Kerry Shellborn
Kitchen cabinets made by Bruce Richier of Leaf Cabinetry, Winlaw, B.C.
Castlegar, Christina Lake, Nakusp, Nelson, New Denver, Small Business A career in wood

Bruce Richier of Leaf Cabinetry produces beautiful cabinets and furniture pieces for homes and businesses throughout the West Kootenay.

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Jim Pownall's first job was building his own home.
New Denver A connection with the forest

Jim Pownall & Co. is a small-town home construction company that produces some mighty impressive results.

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New Denver, Tourism Nikkei centre is going strong

The Nikkei Memorial Internment Centre in New Denver is seeing its twentieth anniversary this year.

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Nakusp, Nelson, New Denver, Health & Wellness Active Balance Chiropractic: It’s good to be back…in Nelson

Active Balance Chiropractic is excited to announce the opening of their practice on Baker Street in downtown Nelson.

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Nelson, New Denver, Tourism Top three places to bring friends and family in the Nelson area

Wondering what to see in the West Kootenay? Here's where one local takes his visitors.

by Colin Payne
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New Denver, Cuisine The apple of New Denver’s eye

New Denver's Apple Tree sandwich shop is a popular gathering place with a very West Kootenay vibe. Oh, and the food's great too.

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Castlegar, Grand Forks, Nelson, New Denver, Rossland, Trail Insuring a future for the West Kootenay

In December of 2010, it was announced that a merger would take place between independent insurance providers, RHC Insurance Brokers Ltd. and Anderson Insurance.

New Denver, Tourism A small community with much to offer

For a village with a population hovering around the 500 mark, New Denver manages to get more than its share of attention nationally and even internationally.

by Katrine Campbell
New Denver How does your garden grow?

Donna Jean (DJ) Wright decided to get out of the food business and follow her heart, so she started up Garden Graces in 2008.

by Katrine Campbell
New Denver Realizing a dream

When Karen Stevens moved to New Denver from Vancouver Island in 1978, she noticed there was no bakery in town and thought it would be a good business to start.

by Katrine Campbell
New Denver, Developments An eagerly anticipated venture

New Denver’s community has come together to renovate a classic building.

by Katrine Campbell