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Nine communities receive over $613,000 from the Trust’s Community Technology Program
26 rural communities in the Kootenays will be getting improved high-speed access to the internet
Greg Malpass, founder and CEO of Traction on Demand, is bringing his business home to Nelson, B.C.
The announcement of funding for high-speed Internet opens new possibilities for economic development for Nakusp.
Electronic Logging Devices allow drivers to track their hours of service easily while out on the road.
Columbia Basin Trust invites expressions of interest for investment
Jinny Sims, Minister of Citizens’ Services, details how the provincial government’s $50-million grant will benefit rural and Indigenous communities through B.C.
Stetski called on the government to substantially increase its investment in rural connectivity in the 2019 budget saying, “rural Canadians deserve no less.”
Innov8 Digital Solutions Inc. is B.C.’s largest independently owned and operated office equipment sales and service organization
A geospatial analyst for Nelson’s Harrier Aerial Surveys, Landry is part of a team that provides high-precision surveying
In Castlegar, the seeds of economic development, career inspiration and opportunity are planted early and deep.
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