Nicole Lind’s writer profile

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Nicole is passionate about living life as a Kootenay girl — never missing a moment to enjoy the beauty in the Kootenays — home sweet home.

As a double-major graduate from the Business Administration program at the College of the Rockies in Cranbrook, B.C., Nicole started at Koocanusa Publications in 2012 as a web marketer and writer.

Nicole’s personal motto is “Make the moments that count worth it!”

Most recent articles by Nicole Lind

Wayne Franklin holding on to a for sale sign outside a large brick home.
An inspiring career—doing what you love

Keep your focus primarily on people, not the sale.

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Cranbrook, Financial, Real Estate What are closing costs and why are they so important?

Do not be blindsided by closing costs when purchasing a home—do your homework!

A two story craftsman style home.
Cranbrook, Creston, Kimberley, Castlegar, Christina Lake, Grand Forks, Nelson, Trail, Real Estate Stop dreaming and start building

Harmony Homes puts your design and building project under one contract

Woman in cap and gown standing by a child
Cranbrook, Education A Cranbrook-based teacher education program was a dream come true for this local woman

Armed with a Bachelor of Education degree from College of the Rockies, Danielle Rousseau begins a new career as a grade one teacher

Ellenwood Homes. Nelson, B.C. Sustainability. Built Green Certified.
Nelson, Developments Built Green certification means energy efficiency combined with locally-sourced, healthy materials

Ellenwood Homes in Nelson, B.C. is a full service general contracting company that adheres to environmentally safe practices.

Entek Painting and Decking. Terry Lind.
Trail, Small Business Words of wisdom from a successful entrepreneur

Entek Painting and Decking was founded in 1990. Owner Terry Lind talks about being an entrepreneur and what makes his long-standing business successful.

Truscott Farms. Creston, B.C. Agriculture Milestone award. Best of Business Award Winner.
Creston, Agriculture Keeping it fresh

Creston's Truscott Farms was recently recognized by the B.C. government for growing good food for a century.

Man and woman standing together holding a young child in front of a wooden business sign
Nelson Focusing on a healthy lifestyle

Lara Ellenwood, registered interior designer and co-owner of Ellenwood Homes, speaks about her passions and life motivations.

balding man in a suit and tie
Cranbrook Passionate about business and life

Bruce Smith, dealer principal at Alpine Toyota in Cranbrook, B.C., talks about his vision for his business and his leisure-time interests.

A balding man with glasses in an office
Cranbrook Recognizing what’s important

Ron Schatschneider shares some of the things that inspire him and help him keep things in perspective.