Zabrina Nelson, owner of Revival Boutique, has moved her clothing store from Rossland to Castlegarby Kyle Born
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Under the banner, “Kimberley is a good place to be…Doing Business” ten awards were handed out to a variety of businesses.
Congratulations to the winners and nominees of the recent 2018 Business Excellence awards
Stoke Cold Pressed Juice has been a regular supplier to Circle Health Food & Café and owner Jill Bentley see this as a natural gateway to expand their business
Can-Filters was purchased in October 2017 by international garden products giant, Hawthorne, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Scott’s Miracle-Gro.
The annual Business Walk captures the pulse of businesses throughout Cranbrook.
With many people coming to Cranbrook and Kimberley for the 55+ B.C. Games, local businesses should see a boom. Here's how businesses can get involved.by Zoë Dupley
Bears Furniture and Appliances will also operate under the BrandSource label, with an extensive selection of appliances, furniture and electronics.
Well-known Cranbrook resident Tasy Strouzas is the new manager of the Coles bookstore in Tamarack Centre in Cranbrook
Brian and Julie Pealow are the new owners of the Loblaw’s franchise in Creston, now called Pealow’s Independent Grocer.
The Kicking Horse Chamber of Commerce hosted a gala dinner event and presented 14 awards in a variety of categories.
Kimberley and Marysville have been seeing a surge of new businesses, construction and start-ups over the past year.by Keith Powell
Here is a list of the nominees and the winners in each category of the Kimberley Chamber 2017 Excellence Awards