The total received in the region is $195,978 or .049% of the total $4 million awarded throughout the province.
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Kimberley's only indoor market, Old Crow Emporium, is chock full of vintage finds, timeless treasures, art and handicrafts
AirSprint offers programs designed for personal and business requirements.
The Columbia Basin Culture Tour allows you to explore artists' studios, museums, art galleries and heritage sites during this free, self-guided event.
Taking home four golds from our Best Places to Eat and Drink Awards, The Thyme and Plate is a cut above the rest—and they’ve only been open for nine months.by Zoë Dupley
With many people coming to Cranbrook and Kimberley for the 55+ B.C. Games, local businesses should see a boom. Here's how businesses can get involved.by Zoë Dupley
The Minister’s Tourism Engagement Council was formed to help guide government's tourism policy, strategy and program implementation.
More and more local and visiting golfers are embarking on a golfing circle tour through the Kootenays, making stops at their favourite courses along the way.
A Radium Hot Springs entrepreneur, Patrick Tolchard, has been recognized by BC Business magazine as one of the province’s Top 30 Under 30 business people.
Waterbridge was awarded a $27.9-million contract in 2016 to design and build the four new cable ferries.
The Heritage Railcar Preservation building will ultimately provide a complete building to enclose and preserve the Museum’s collection of heritage railcars.