Thirteen communities across the Kootenays have now made a commitment to 100 per cent clean energy by 2050.by Julie Matchett
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Uniting in a shared experience like a festival helps to forge community connections, fun and new friendshipsby Julie Matchett
The Salmo and District Chamber of Commerce welcomes new businesses and remote workers seeking a mountain paradiseby Virginia Rasch
Dale and Diana Olinyk took a honeymoon tour of the Kootenays and ended up building a legacy.by Danielle Cameron
Based in Nelson, B.C., Melinda Nealis and Kayla Carley are the mother-and-daughter duo behind Replenish—The Kootenay Refill Storeby Julie Matchett
Located just east of Salmo, B.C., the Salmo River Ranch Campground is opening soonby Karrigan Folvik
This cutting-edge, Salmo-based clothing company has a backstory as rich as its fashionable creations.by Danielle Cameron
Throughout the West Kootenay area, local farms and food producers sell directly to the public through roadside stands and farmgate salesby Julie Matchett
Five West Kootenay communities have signed on to the EcoSociety’s 100% Renewable Kootenays campaign. Meet the early adopters of change.by Virginia Rasch
Jim Hymer, a 47-year veteran in the transportation industry, shares his wisdom on how to stay safe on the road this winterby Kyle Born
One of the Kootenay's oldest mine sites, near Salmo, is getting a new lease on life with the start of a drilling program to explore its future potential.
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