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Danielle Cameron writer profile
Danielle Cameron is a writer and web editor for several publications. She has a weekly column with Kootenay Business called Biz Edge, where she profiles innovative companies in the East and West Kootenays. Danielle has a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and English and is a Certified Herbal Practitioner. In addition to being an avid animal lover, she pursues interests including developing herbal formulae, fiction writing and spending quality time in the forests of B.C. She continually seeks to evolve both as a writer and as an herbal practitioner.
Most recent articles by Danielle Cameron
The owner of the Paw Shop in Cranbrook is making her entrepreneurial dreams come true, and she’s happy to share her secrets.
The East Kootenay region is home to some of B.C.’s most sublime courses.
Sisters Joanna and Aysha Haines choose the most ethical and sustainable brands for their retail store, Drift + Sonder.
This Nelson clothing brand is making waves among new moms who love to enjoy the outdoors.
Kerry Pagdin of Wayward Citizen gives us the inside scoop on social media promotion.
Kat Cadegan Jewellery in Revelstoke has gained a valuable new staff member thanks to a Columbia Basin Trust program.
Dana Wesley is excelling in her role as Executive Director, Indigenous Strategy and Reconciliation for the College of the Rockies.
The owners of Silverking Soya Foods in Nelson are a perfect fit for the health-conscious community.
Kyle Thornley of Metal Mind Forge produces stunning metalwork creations in Revelstoke.
Imagine two members of Cirque du Soleil finding love and running off to start a business in the Kootenays.
Desiree Markewich found herself reinvented by flowers, and she wants to pay the joy forward.
Our health care system is strained to the max, and these entrepreneurs decided to do something about it.
Ed and Kathleen Bron praise their dedicated staff, including ones from Mexico who work year after year.
The owner of Kootenay Made Co. in Trail shines her light on local artists and artisans, promoting their products in her brick-and-mortar shop.
After the pandemic inspired a surge of new pet adoptions, Kootenay Canine Adventures was perfectly positioned to meet customer demand.
Pilar Portela of Kaslo is inspiring change for the better, with a focus on sustainability and regenerative economic development.
Dale and Diana Olinyk took a honeymoon tour of the Kootenays and ended up building a legacy.
The owner of Huckleberry Mountain Market stepped up and rewarded his staff with $30,000 in bonuses after a grueling COVID summer.
Marie-Michelle Lafontaine let nothing break her stride when she started Glacier PhysioLab in Golden, B.C. - and now she’s added bike-fitting to her services
The owners of Earthy Organics in Fruitvale, B.C., are huge proponents of community-supported agriculture.
Marie-Pier Dionne arrived in B.C. with a backpack, $100 and a dream—now she owns a bilingual daycare and aromatherapy line in Castlegar.
2nd Edition Coworking offers a quality workspace rental opportunity in Fernie’s historic downtown area.
The owners of From Scratch in Fairmont Hot Springs are responding to COVID-19 by growing and pivoting their business.
This cutting-edge, Salmo-based clothing company has a backstory as rich as its fashionable creations.
Entertainment company Pursuit has launched an exhilarating new attraction in Golden, B.C.
Helping clients get fit from the comfort of their homes.
Maraih Tarasoff and Marina Stropky started off as high school friends at Mount Baker, and ended up being well-matched business partners
The Modern Bakeshop & Café is a craft bakery with organic baked goods, gluten-free options and other specialty items
This mountainous region of B.C. is inviting to winter recreation enthusiasts.
Kayla Heddle nourishes West Kootenay customers with customized, plant-based meal prep services
The owners of Columbia Valley Lavender in Edgewater have found creative ways to overcome the business challenges of 2020.