Columbia Basin Trust increases its support for farmers’ markets coupon program
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Selkirk College pledges to enhance the lives of both students and members of the community with their mission statement: "Together we build remarkable futures."
Castlegar businesses came together on Saturday, June 8 to celebrate their achievements at the annual Excellence awards
A group of 50 students spent two days restoring habitat on the banks of the Columbia River for the Silver City Trap Club
Eagle Graphite will produce silicon/graphite battery anodes using its quarry in Passmore
Municipalities are on the front lines of climate change, so it is important they are developing plans and implementing actions to become more resilient
"We want to be a good, old-fashioned automotive shop that treats people fair,” said Brandon Black, head of the Powerstroke Diesel division
A new Selkirk College program aims to prepare learners for a rewarding career vital in the foundation of tech
The tourism sector can play a critical role in keeping people safe, especially in rural and remote areas
The Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada are each evaluated on a set of up to 21 environmental, social and governance indicators
Kootenay Business is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.
Terry Gainer was a director of Kootenay Rockies Tourism for a number of years
The Elephant Mountain Literary Festival in Nelson features workshops, special events, and panel discussions
The goal of the Rural Evidence Review (RER) project is to work with rural citizens to provide high quality, useful evidence for rural health care planning in BC
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has launched an online public consultation in the ongoing effort to improve their service to taxpayers
Meet Sydney Black, executive director of the Nelson & District Arts Council and founder of Black Productions.by Danielle Cameron
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 brick building, which will become Cover’s new home, is located at the south entrance to Nelson’s developing Railtown commercial neighbourhood