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Kimberley, Nelson, Revelstoke, Rossland, Trail, Education, Financial CBT enhances youth opportunities in Basin communities

Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is pleased to announce the first communities participating in its new Community Directed Youth Funds (CDYF) program.

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Revelstoke, Retail Keeping up with the trends

Areaworx Lighting & Interior Design helps everyday people create extraordinary spaces.

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Revelstoke, Cuisine, Retail Award-winning products, exceptional service

Elvira Brunner and Daniel Weber have brought Crescendo Revelstoke to new heights.

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Revelstoke, Financial May the best proposal win

Katherine Ladouceur owns and operates OnPoint Proposals, a proposal management and writing business. When companies was to showcase their suitability for a project, Ladouceur guides them through the bidding process.

by Glynis Fediuk
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Revelstoke, Tourism A friendly new face

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce has a new marketing co-ordinator: Meghan Tabor. Kootenay Business writer Glynis Fediuk asked her a few questions.

by Glynis Fediuk
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Revelstoke, Tourism When the home away from home is home

The Minto Manor Bed & Breakfast is owned and operated by Edna-Mae and David Johnson. Though originally from Calgary and after spending much of their lives in Montreal, they chose Revelstoke because of family history and the chance for community involvement.

by Glynis Fediuk
Revelstoke The town that time remembered

David Raven, the mayor of Revelstoke, talks about the strengths and challenges of the local economy, making it clear that Revelstoke is much more than just an attractive and historic place. It's also got plenty of untapped opportunities and diversity amongst its business community—and in the community at large.

by Glynis Fediuk
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Revelstoke, Cuisine, Retail The cream of the hops

Meet the hard-working scientists, Bart and Tracey Larson, behind the Mt. Begbie Brewing Co. From humble beginnings, the Larsons have beaten the odds and taken their brand to national competitions.

by Glynis Fediuk
Revelstoke, Developments, Tourism Revelstoke budgets $675K to improve tourism instructure

Revelstoke City Council has approved an allocation for 10 tourism infrastructure projects worth a total of $675,503.

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Revelstoke, Mining Roca restarts mill at Revelstoke mine

Roca Mines (TSX-V:ROK) has the mill back up and running at its Max Molybdenum mine near Revelstoke, nearly a year after the company shut the operation down following a sill pillar collapse.

Revelstoke, Mining Sharpening safety skills

The BC Mine Rescue & First Aid Competition provides an opportunity for people in the mining industry in B.C. to put safety into practice.

by Dan Williams
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Revelstoke Treating your furry friends right

Katherine Ladouceur is the owner of a new online pet food company serving the Revelstoke area.

by Brandi Schier
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Revelstoke, Technology BC Hydro awards $40 million contract for dam upgrade

BC Hydro has awarded Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co. a $40 million contract to upgrade the Mica hydroelectric dam near Revelstoke.

Revelstoke, Mining Roca Mines striving to resume production

The collapse of a sill pillar last year has halted production, but rehabilitation work has finished and more capital is being raised to restart operations at the MAX molybdenum mine near Revelstoke.

by Trevor Crawley
Revelstoke, Tourism The best in the West

A new 57,000-square-foot Best Western Plus -in Revelstoke, B.C., is open for business and filling the demand for more tourist accommodations.

by Trevor Crawley
Revelstoke, Mining ROCA - MAX molybdenum mine production schedule

In addition to rehabilitation and general maintenance at the site of Roca Mines located south of Revelstoke, a geotechnical program to survey the existing stope and mapping of other workings has been completed.

Revelstoke Basin residents encouraged to continue “Shaping Our Future Together”

CBT follows up on 2010 Columbia Basin Symposium.

Cranbrook, Invermere, Revelstoke Impressive number of Basin non-profits to receive assistance

Seven non-profit organizations located in the Columbia Basin will be receiving assistance from Enterprising Non-profits (ENP) for social enterprise projects.

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Cranbrook, Creston, Kimberley, Golden, Revelstoke, Developments Homes for the vulnerable

BC Housing and Columbia Basin Trust team up with municipal governments in the East Kootenay to provide housing for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities.

by Trevor Crawley
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Revelstoke Tracey and Bart Larsen

How do a nuclear physicist and a biology major make a living in Revelstoke? By starting a regional brewery, of course.

by Tanya Laing Gahr
Revelstoke, Tourism Rejuvenate in Revelstoke

In Revelstoke, there is no down season.

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Revelstoke, Health & Wellness Holistic healing

At Wildflower Wellness in Revelstoke, B.C., owner Marissa Moore has developed an authentic Canadian spa.

Revelstoke Fifty years of enchantment

The Enchanted Forest has been charming families for 50 years.

by Joni Krats
Revelstoke Stoked on Revvy

Revelstoke has an interesting energy—brimming with excitement and health.

by Joni Krats
Revelstoke Friends of the environment

Meet Lance Schultz and Angela Poole, two people who are going the extra step to reduce their own footprint and make it easier for anyone to recycle in Revelstoke.

by Kali Love
Revelstoke, Tourism Is Revelstoke too attractive?

Like many evolving towns and cities, Revelstoke is focusing on diversifying its economy and capturing the lucrative tourism market.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
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Revelstoke Jason Roe, Lynsay Roe, Brydon Roe and Emma Kirkland

Brydon Roe, his brother, Jason, Jason’s wife, Lynsay, and her sister, Emma, have built an accommodating business.

by Tanya Laing Gahr

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