The City of Cranbrook begins its fleet transition to EVs with the purchase of its first electric vehicleby Virginia Rasch
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Three Kootenay regional districts recognized for Accelerate Kootenays initiativeby Julie Matchett
They’re a growing trend across the Kootenays—check out this list of the region’s co-working spaces.by Julie Matchett
Entrepreneurs and startups are invited to pitch their ideas in front of a panel of judges at the first-ever Kootenay Pitch Competitionby Julie Matchett
Kootenay companies innovate to help Canada become self-sufficient in PPE during the COVID-19 pandemicby Virginia Rasch
Born out of a desire to connect connect tech companies, innovators and entrepreneurs with the support they need, the Nelson Innovation Centre is now open.by Julie Matchett
The B.C. government is hosting a free webinar to answer questions about free trade and the province's Small Business Venture Capital program.by Julie Matchett
Mary Austin, CEO of Austin Innovation, is organizing COVID-19-specific personal protective equipment in Trail, B.C.
The 3D metal printer is big news in the Kootenays as having access to a machine of this kind will be felt throughout every local industry and sector
Fenix Advanced Materials will grow the newest and coolest semiconductorby Julie Matchett
The online testing portal is designed to measure internet connections speeds and get a better understanding of current broadband services
Owner and founder Morgan Dehnel started his D-Pace company more than two decades ago, in 1995.
Eagle Graphite will produce silicon/graphite battery anodes using its quarry in Passmore
A new Selkirk College program aims to prepare learners for a rewarding career vital in the foundation of tech
Jessica Nordlander joined Thoughtexchange to scale her passion for innovating leadership and find work-life balance a small mountain town
26 rural communities in the Kootenays will be getting improved high-speed access to the internet
Stetski called on the government to substantially increase its investment in rural connectivity in the 2019 budget saying, “rural Canadians deserve no less.”
Innov8 Digital Solutions Inc. is B.C.’s largest independently owned and operated office equipment sales and service organization
Selkirk College hosted a demonstration day that put focus on the latest tools used for geospatial data collection.
Using Green Road innovative technology, HIPAR roads cost less, last the same amount of time and reduce our carbon footprint by more than 50 per cent.
Thoughtexchange has evolved into a two-way experience platform used by millions of people across many industries.
Pacific Insight will move their production to a company-built facility in Monterrey, Mexico