A dramatic increase by Teck in hazardous waste recycling and a decline of greenhouse gas emissions
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Teck was recognized as one of the top corporations in Canada for both corporate citizenship and social responsibility in two separate sustainability rankings.
Teck is helping to raise awareness of breast cancer and its impact on the local community.
The Elk Valley Water Quality Plan includes three phases of public consultation.
Get a close up look at Teck Coal's mining operations at any one of their tours during May's mining week.
Teck has been recognized with the PDAC 2014 Environmental and Social Responsibility Award.
Approximately 7,150 hectares of private lands located in British Columbia’s Elk Valley and Flathead River Valley will be sold.
SMS Equipment Inc. new addition to their existing location in Elkford, officially opens on October 3rd 2013.
Recent First Nation agreements will improve communications between Ktunaxa and the province and open the door for future agreements.
Mayor Dean McKerracher was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of the contributions he has made to the District of Elkford.
The District of Elkford has been recognized over the last few years for many accomplishments, and has set out some new major projects for 2013.by Karen Kornelsen
Realtor Rick Pater, of Elk Valley Remax, is building a new commercial building on Sparwood's busy commercial strip, just off Highway #3.
Elkford's conference centre is a prime example of leading-edge B.C. design concepts and green building protocol.
Curtis Helgesen is the new chief administrative officer (CAO) for the District of Elkford. Helgesen has been with the district since 2006, and he was the director of financial services and deputy chief administrative office before he became the new CAO on June 29, 2012.by Kirsten Armleder
We join in wishing Elkford’s Corien Speaker the very best of luck on her new position as she prepares to become the new chief administrative officer (CAO) for the District of Squamish.
March 15, 2012, marked a special anniversary for the more than 1,200 employees at Teck’s Fording River Operations near Elkford, B.C. It was 40 years ago—March 15, 1972—that the first rail car loaded with coal left Fording River and headed west for Vancouver ports.
In large part, the role of the Elkford Chamber of Commerce is about supporting and promoting the business community and encouraging new businesses to come to Elkford.by Brielle Will
It has been nearly two months since the grand reopening of Indigo Spa in Fernie, B.C. After three years in business, the spa burst through the walls into the neighbouring space (formerly home to Re/Max offices) and added a host of new services to the menu.