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Nelson, Financial Kris Witt Accounting celebrates 30 years in business

Kris Witt Accounting in Nelson celebrates 30 years of holistic accounting in the West Kootenay.

by Dan Williams
Environment, Financial CBT 2010/11 Annual Report and 2011 Report to Residents Highlights

To learn more about individual projects funded, visit CBT's website and search by program, community, organization, etc.

Education, Financial CBT 2010/11 Annual Report and 2011 Report to Residents Highlights

In 2010/11, CBT returned a record $11.2 million in direct funding benefits to Basin communities, up from $10.9 million in 2009/10.

Financial Learn more about CBT and CBT-supported projects

CBT releases its 2010/11 Annual Report and 2011 Report to Residents.

Financial, Mining Tsunami hurts Teck’s coal projections

Japan’s tsunami and nuclear meltdown has hurt Teck Resources Ltd.’s ability to ship coal to customers, the company revealed in June.

Castlegar, Nelson, Financial Kootenay Savings’ 14th branch in south Castlegar nearing completion

Castlegar is definitely seeing a mini construction boom these days. Projects include the new gaming facility near the airport, JJ Fashions, the recently completed City Furniture building and a revamp to Kalawsky GM.

Financial Kootenay Community Dollars

Businesses in Fernie, Nelson, Kimberley and other Columbia Basin communities are committing to the well-being of our local economies by signing onto this elegant local currency model.

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Cranbrook, Financial, Technology Making payments a piece of cake

Great digital developments are coming from the East Kootenays. Need proof? Ask Lee Tengum about the success of Pancake Payments.

by Glynis Fediuk
Financial Look beyond the present

Koocanusa Publications chair Lou Rogers presents some statistics from a recent study tabulating the opinions of CEOs and shares some thoughts on why the economic climate for 2011 looks brighter.

Financial Rewarding employees

One way to boost business growth is to create a productive employee workforce that is motivated to succeed—and that means incentives.

by Trevor Crawley
Cranbrook, Financial, Real Estate Reversing the business network

Businesses recently gathered at the Cranbrook Prestige Inn for the Reverse Trade Show to address one central issue: How can we do business together?

by Trevor Crawley
Cranbrook, Golden, Creston, Elkford, Fernie, Kimberley, Sparwood, Kaslo, Financial Designed with your expensive items in mind

Falkins Insurance Group originated in the East Kootenay in the late 1890s and has expanded to be one of the largest insurance brokerages in B.C.

Cranbrook, Financial First Kootenay Reverse Trade Show a big success

Kootenay Rockies Regional Economic Alliance (KRREA) held its first ever Kootenay Reverse Trade Show on Thursday, November 4, at the Prestige Inn in Cranbrook.

Financial Breakdown of funding by CBT

The Board of Columbia Basin Trust has confirmed its recommitment to the Community Initiatives and the Affected Areas Programs.

Financial Recovery: it’s OK to say the word

Recent surveys are showing that these days, small businesses generally have a cautiously optimistic view of the economic future of Canada and their own organization.

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Financial A formal resignation

MLA Blair Lekstrom issued a formal resignation from the Cabinet position of Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, and will no longer be serving as a member of the BC Liberal Caucus.

by MLA Blair Lekstrom
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Cranbrook, Financial Deals on wheels

Dave Girling covers the ups and down of the automobile market

by Glynis Fediuk
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Cranbrook, Financial Strategic responses to a changing economy

Our global financial system is under great stress. But let us not approach challenges with fatalism. Rather, let us prove the bad news wrong, and use this strong headwind to grow stronger.

by Hans Dekkers

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