Stephanie and Aaron Van de Kemp presented their first “baby,” Cleanline Automotive, to the public on April 11, 2012—and they have an actual baby due in June.by Marie Milner
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It’s grand opening week (April 25 to 28) at Canadian Tire in Invermere. The new store’s owner/operater/manager is Craig Knapp and his store will employ 30 to 35 people.
Mark Anielski, author of The Economics of Happiness, spoke at the Wildsight Public Forum in Invermere Community Hall on March 2, 2012.by Breanne Massey
Construction on the new Invermere Canadian Tire project is moving along nicely.
This art facility is turning heads in Invermere.by Madison Samuel-Barclay
There is a bit of a retail experiment going on in Invermere these days.
Heavy equipment is busy at the new Canadian Tire site near the crossroads in Invermere.
Invermere's community greenhouse, a facility that utilizes solar power through a variety of systems, is often full of David Thompson Secondary School's (DTSS) students. The students grow and use plants at their school cafeteria—and it is this collaboration between the school and the operators of the greenhouse, Groundswell, that saw them win Solar B.C.'s Solar School of the Year.by Glynis Fediuk
Wilf and Marg Gobert had a serendipitous meeting with Dave Penner, one of the owners of Quiniscoe Homes, and not long afterwards, the Goberts signed the contract for Quiniscoe Homes to begin construction on their property at Lake Windermere, B.C.by Kali Love
Seven non-profit organizations located in the Columbia Basin will be receiving assistance from Enterprising Non-profits (ENP) for social enterprise projects.