The City of Cranbrook begins its fleet transition to EVs with the purchase of its first electric vehicleby Virginia Rasch
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The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business Excellence Awards, virtual-style, on November 7thby Julie Matchett
Three Kootenay regional districts recognized for Accelerate Kootenays initiativeby Julie Matchett
Mike Sherwood provides shuttle service with a smile to low-income residents and seniors in Castlegarby Julie Matchett
For an electric vehicle owner, at-home charging is now more accessible than ever thanks to rebates from the Province of BC, FortisBC and BCHydro
ShiftintoWinter.ca provides free tips and resources on how to stay safe in different driving conditions
The City would like to thank the public and affected property owners for their patience and understanding as the work progresses
FortisBC is adding new Direct Current Fast Charge (DCFC) stations to its EV charging network in Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, New Denver and Nakusp
"We want to be a good, old-fashioned automotive shop that treats people fair,” said Brandon Black, head of the Powerstroke Diesel division
One of Calgary’s oldest and biggest General Motors dealerships, Jack Carter GM, has recently purchased Denham GM in Fernie
Terry Gainer was a director of Kootenay Rockies Tourism for a number of years
The petition, which recommends that Air Canada should maintain one trip per day between Cranbrook and Calgary, has collected 541 signatures.
The busy and popular stop with the motoring public is celebrating 30 years in business and recently held an open house for staff and customers.
The Government of Canada is contributing up to $17,176,667 to this project through the New Building Canada Plan
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.
High Caliber Auto Collision & Repair is a 4,800-square-foot, state-of-the-art collision repair facility incorporating the latest in industry equipment.
The City has a solid fleet of trucks and plows in place, with operations ready to run around the clock during any major snow event
Routes from Calgary to Vancouver and back as well as Calgary to Winnipeg and back started running on Monday, October 29
The business has been purchased from local owners who will continue to support the new ownership in an advisory role
Emma Genest, outreach co-ordinator for Accelerate Kootenays, discusses electric cars, supply versus demand and the cost of saving the worldby Kyle Born
AirSprint offers programs designed for personal and business requirements.