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Selkirk College Millwright/Machinist Foundation Program students (L-R) Darren Mederios, Greyson Kozakevich and Guy Vercillo are members of the first cohort to use the newly renovated shop spaces at Nelson’s Silver King Campus.
Kootenay BizBlog, West Kootenay, Nelson, Education, Technology

Selkirk College Trades students settle into renovated shop spaces

Selkirk College is now accepting applications for the upcoming February start in three different programs.

A graphic of the City of Cranbrook's new 311 app.
Kootenay BizBlog, East Kootenay, Cranbrook, Technology

Cranbrook’s 311 app has seen 571 downloads and 1,800 connects

The City of Cranbrook's 311 app is designed to improve customer service between the public and city management/staff.

Logo for metaltechalley.
Kootenay BizBlog, West Kootenay, Trail, Technology

MTA welcomes new companies

Metal Tech Alley is a cluster of great minds and opportunities that is leading the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Columbia Basin Trust logo.
Kootenay BizBlog, East Kootenay, West Kootenay, Financial, Small Business, Technology

REMINDER: Get $1,000 to go to #BCTECH Summit

The #BCTECH Summit is the place for connecting industry, government and research under one roof to do business.

Left to right: Ben Marken (Selkirk College), Blair Weston (FortisBC), Roger Austin (Austin Engineering), Darren McElhinney (FortisBC), Mary Austin (Austin Engineering) and Jason Taylor (Selkirk College)
East Kootenay, West Kootenay, Education, Energy, Technology

3-D printing innovation in engineering

Selkirk College and Austin Engineering worked together to create a 3-D printed model of the proposed Corra Linn dam upgrades for FortisBC.

by Jillian Clark
Picture of person using typewriter at top of picture, with laptop user below.
Kootenay BizBlog, East Kootenay, West Kootenay, Financial, Technology

Supporting tech needs for non-profits

$1 million for non-profit organizations to upgrade critical office technology

Maggie Spizzirri.
West Kootenay, Revelstoke, Small Business, Technology

Helping you market with moxie

The key to success for this entrepreneur is open and honest communication with her customers

by Julie Matchett
(L to R) Aaron Christensen and Noah Wesche are the owner-operators of Sullivan Machine Works.
East Kootenay, Kimberley, Small Business, Technology

A modern Sullivan for Kimberley

Two of Kimberley’s native sons hope to expand Sullivan Machine Works to a location in their home town.

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The Minerals South Conference runs from November 7 to 9, and is held at the Heritage Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Cranbrook.
Kootenay BizBlog, East Kootenay, Cranbrook, Education, Mining, Technology

Minerals South conference in Cranbrook November 7 to 9

The conference is organized by East Kootenay Chamber of Mines (EKCM), a non-profit organization actively promoting sustainable exploration, mining and education

Both Nelson and Kimberley (pictured) have solar projects that are producing power.
Kootenay BizBlog, East Kootenay, West Kootenay, Developments, Energy, Technology

FortisBC looking to build B.C.’s largest utility-led solar project in Kelowna

The proposed Ellison Community Solar Pilot Project, if approved, would be B.C.’s largest utility-led community solar project to date.

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