Crumbs is a small artisan bakery café that is in its first year of operation in Castlegar, B.C.by Kristen Mitchell
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With proven results in some of the most grueling industries, Selkirk College biology instructor Dr. Delia Roberts is bringing her expertise in the field.
Castlegar Chamber of Commerce held their annual Business Awards gala event earlier this spring.
A healthy forest sector in British Columbia is vital to the economic and social fabric of the province.
$50,000 in support received from the Trust to help implement Selkirk's new Rural Pre-Medicine Program.
A partnership between Selkirk College and Teck Metals provides opportunity to a student to undertake an applied research project.
Newly formed internship to provide support for a COTR student to undertake a community-based research project in the East Kootenay Region.
Castlegar needs your nominations in this years Kraft Hockeyville challenge.
High school students from around the region learned about the GIS program on its Castlegar campus last month.
New Castlegar Kia dealership is now open on Columbia Avenue in Castlegar.
Brilliant Bridge has been honoured by Heritage BC with its highest award—Outstanding Achievement.
Selkirk College has become the first community college, and fourth post-secondary institution, in Canada to achieve fair trade campus designation.
A new agreement signed between Selkirk College and Royal Roads University.
Selkirk College’s Standing Committee on Professional Excellence (SCOPE) congratulates the recipients of the 2013 awards.
Executive director Kelvin Saldern has announced he is leaving KAST for a position at the Columbia Basin Trust.
Selkirk College recently signed an agreement to deliver the online version of the National Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education Program.
BC Hydro is facing growing criticism over a stable of increasingly pricey capital projects and a ballooning debt.
The Castlegar & District Chamber Business Awards event was recently held at Chances Castlegar.
Selkirk College has agreed to lease part of the Gymnasium at Tenth Street Campus (Mary Hall), to the Kootenay Climbing Association.