The Trail & District Chamber of Commerce recently held their gala awards evening.
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The Kimberley Chamber of Commerce held a gala event on Saturday, October 24th, 2015 at the Kimberley Conference Center.by Keith Powell
Site will feature a full-service Petro-Canada gas station and convenience store, as well as a sit-down or take-out Starbucks coffee location.
The 60,000 square foot development would house 10 to 12 "highway-oriented" retailers.
Well-known advertising professional Dan Mills embarks on a new career path at High Country Sports.
A new Cervus store is now open in Creston, and the store will continue to provide service in the Cranbrook area with a mobile technician.
The quaint mountain town of Kimberley, B.C. is attracting many new businesses and expansions.
Local customers, local expansion and local presence will define the future of the new Ford facilities.by Jillian Clark
Marysville's first drive-thru or sit-down coffee house is open for business.
Cranbrook's General Paint has undergone a complete renovation and is now the Sherwin-Williams paint store.
In business since 1979, MITECH now has a new location on Cranbrook St. N, across from the Heritage Inn.
The old Extra Foods store in Fernie gets a re-branded name and updated products and layout.
Looking for a particular service before school starts? The BetterBook can be a valuable resource in your search.
The study will help to understand the challenges and successes that business owners face in Nelson.
Creston-based Tabletree Juice has plans to build a new juice plant operation on Flathead Lake in Montana.
An eclectic selection of hand-crafted ales are offered at the Torchlight Brewing Company in Nelson.
The Kootenays attract many unique and eclectic businesses - here are 9 thriving ventures up for sale.by Keith Powell
Now open: David and Abigail Upscale Resaleby Kimberly Shellborn