16 energy-wise projects are supported with over $650,000 from Columbia Basin Trust
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Maggie Shirley, curator and gallery assistant for Kootenay Gallery of Art in Castlegar, B.C., highlights the historic gallery’s exhibitions and programsby Kyle Born
26 rural communities in the Kootenays will be getting improved high-speed access to the internet
The Trust will provide colleges with $3 million over three years and work collaboratively to develop project plans to grow program offerings and diversify
Stephanie Allen-Pelletier, communications director for MarWest Industries, highlights the completed updates on Columbia Avenue in Castlegarby Kyle Born
Rita Moir, president of the Slocan Valley Seniors Housing Society, outlines the benefits of the new Slocan City Suites complexby Kyle Born
Trust gives five projects over $3 million through Ecosystem Enhancement Program
With corporate offices in Trail, Kootenay Savings is a member-owned financial co-operative with eleven branches throughout the Kootenays
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
Kootenay Business is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.
The new look was designed by C&B Advertising of Calgary, under the guidance of the Revelstoke Tourism Advisory Committee.
Each academic year, Selkirk College awards almost $200,000 in bursaries to students who face financial challenges
Selkirk College hosted a demonstration day that put focus on the latest tools used for geospatial data collection.
The facility – one of North America's largest – runs on clean hydroelectric power
“2018 was another very good year for Teck,” said Don Lindsay, President and CEO of the company.
A new ambulatory care area and expanded pharmacy at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) have been approved by the provincial government.
Formerly owned by Tony Maglio, his brother Dominic and brother in-law Russ Beauchamp, the Maglio Building Centres have been serving the area for over 30 years.