Meet the inspirational business owners who are leading the way in the West Kootenay region.
Danielle Cameron writer profile
Danielle Cameron is a writer and web editor for several publications. She has a weekly column with Kootenay Business called Biz Edge, where she profiles innovative companies in the East and West Kootenays. Danielle has a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and English and is a Certified Herbal Practitioner. In addition to being an avid animal lover, she pursues interests including developing herbal formulae, fiction writing and spending quality time in the forests of B.C. She continually seeks to evolve both as a writer and as an herbal practitioner.
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These ambitious business leaders make an impact on their East Kootenay communities.
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Once focused on forestry, Slocan is now evolving into an eco-tourism hot spot.
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