This year is special for Jerry and Diana Walker, who are the owners of Fox’s Transport Ltd. in Cranbrook, as it marks their company’s 40th anniversary.
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Kirsten Armleder is a staff writer and photographer for Kootenay Business. She also writes for SnoRiders, RidersWest, RVwest and Mining & Exploration magazines. Kirsten was raised in the Kootenays and she enjoys learning more about the region, its people and the industries that sustain it. She takes a keen interest in the region’s agriculture, forestry and mining industries. Like many of the people she interviews, Kirsten enjoys fishing, hiking, ATVing, snowmobiling and horseback riding. She currently resides in Cranbrook with a loving husband, two dogs and three horses.
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Teck is the Canadian Pacific (CP) railway's largest bulk customer and most of CP's coal business is generated from the five mines owned by Teck in the Elk Valley.
It was 40 years ago on March 15, 1972 when Fording River Operations put the first load of coal on rail cars bound for seaports in Vancouver.
The second phase of a multimillion-dollar infrastructure project to upgrade the City of Cranbrook’s existing wastewater treatment and spray-irrigation system is nearing completion.
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It's been a busy year for Chase Thielen, president of Silverado Construction and KD Electric.
The Kootenay Health Centre in Cranbrook recently welcomed Heidi Wood to its team of highly trained massage therapists.
After six months of renovations, Berg Lehmann Chartered Accountants has breathed new life into a 104-year-old building in Nelson.