Called Wildhorse Surgical, the new professional offices will be home to Dr. Robert Mondin and Dr. Ryan Cain.
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New development highlights investor confidence
Jason Wheeldon, one of Cranbrook's leading realtors, provides insight into real estate trends in Cranbrook.by Keith Powell
In this podcast, Todd talks about real estate trends in Fernie and Elk Valley with Kootenay Business magazine publisher Keith Powell
Jason Wheeldon shares his insight on the dynamic Cranbrook real estate market—4 trends not to miss and why it's a good time for a market evaluation.by Keith Powell
Canadian Timberframes is North America’s premier resort timber frame home manufacturer.
Kaslo, Nelson, Slocan, Nakusp and Revelstoke round out the Top 5 highest assessment value increase for residential houses in the Kootenay/Columbia region.
Jason Wheeldon talks about recent trends in the Cranbrook real estate market & why winter is a good time to buy a homeby Keith Powell
Jason Wheeldon shares recent trends in the Cranbrook real estate market & adds some valuable tips for first time home buyers.by Keith Powell
From pub and restaurants to guest ranches and pet stores the Kootenays definitely has a unique line up of business ventures for sale.
Well-known Kootenay Lake business person, Greg Garbula, recently launched his new real estate career based out of the Crawford Bay area.
Cranbrook realtor, Jason Wheeldon, shares some tips on how to get top dollar for your house.by Keith Powell
RED Mountain is bucking the trend of MegaResort mergers and acquisitions and taking its next capital campaign to the people via equity crowdfunding.
Ever thought of owning your own business and living the Kootenay lifestyle? Here is a sampling of businesses available in the area.
Born in Fernie and having graduated in Cranbrook, Ryan Wilhelm has always had a passion for real estate.
Fernie Home Builders, owned and operated by Michael Delich, won a prestigious award in the Detached Home category.
Kootenay Business Magazine will announce the winners of the 2016 Women in Business awards at luncheons in the East Kootenay and West Kootenayby Kimberly Shellborn
The Elk Valley provides a diverse economy built around outdoor recreation and adventure tourism, forestry and metallurgical coal mining.
Construction begins on seven homes in $4.1 million development with spectacular views of Lake Windermere.
A recognition luncheon was held on April 8 for rising young stars in the Kootenaysby Kimberly Shellborn
Imagine Kootenay (IK) focuses on highlighting the region as a great place to work, and excellent area to invest and an amazing place to live.