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September 22nd

E-Know shared a link

Selkirk grad completes Canadian book tour

Newly published poet Stephanie Warner (Selkirk Secondary School class of 2005) has just completed a mini Canadian book tour that included stops in Calgary, Banff,...

September 21st

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Career BUZZ: ‘Best of’ Top Jobs in the Kootenays - September 21 issue

Kootenay Business is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.

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New Paul Reimer metal and rock sculpture slated for Idlewild Park

The new hand-forged iron sculpture will be inspired by Joseph Creek flowing through the City of Cranbrook

September 20th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Raspberry Pistachio Roulade

I’ve been a super fan of The Great British Bake off for a few years now, having been immersed in all it’s glory after moving to the UK in 2014. But it wasn’t until this week that I realized…I may...

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Regional District of East Kootenay and City of Fernie celebrate completion of West Fernie servicing

The completion of the largest construction project in the history of the Regional District of East Kootenay was officially celebrated in West Fernie today.

September 19th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Kootenay Business magazine’s Amie Lubbers needs “Get of jail” card

Amie Lubbers has been arrested for Cops for Kids for being too sexy for her shoes

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City buys former Tembec lands; opens doors to attracting industrial development, business

This purchase adds approximately 100 acres of properly zoned land supply to the City

September 18th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

New Highland Crossing townhomes in Invermere complete for show

Few remaining units available in this sought-after development

September 17th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

A Viking lullaby

Michelle Forbes, a Kimberley, B.C., business owner, event organizer and now author, has written a children’s book called Viking Lullaby

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Tyee’s Kimberley development underway

This is the second development for Tyee Homes along Rotary Drive in Kimberley.

September 14th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Career BUZZ: ‘Best of’ Top Jobs in the Kootenays - September 14 issue

Kootenay Business is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

New Kimberley EDO Comes On Board

Schaun is known for his "roll up your sleeves" work ethic for accomplishing big picture strategic thinking.

September 13th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Cranberry Orange Chelsea Buns

This week on Great British Bake Off was bread week, definitely one of my favourite themes of the show as let’s face it…who doesn’t love bread? I had a sneaky feeling that this week they’d be making Chelsea Buns and...

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Skookumchuk Pulp Mill Celebrates 50-Year Milestone

As part of the celebrations a new sign for the pulp mill entrance was revealed and two commemorative trees were planted in front of the mill office.s

September 12th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Nelson influencers, 2018

Check here for an evolving list of the visionaries, innovators and implementers in Nelson’s business community.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

CFEK celebrates 30 years

At the grand age of 30, Community Futures East Kootenay is an established resource for East Kootenay entrepreneurs.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Cranbrook Chamber announces new Executive Director

The Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce is working to be a valued and respected champion of business and a positive contributor to the Cranbrook community.

September 11th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Waterbridge Steel in Nakusp, B.C., is ferrying change over West Kootenay waters

John Harding, president and owner of Waterbridge Steel Inc. in Nakusp, B.C., is overseeing construction for four ferries to service B.C. waterways

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

After the smoke

Here in the Kootenays, we were all affected by this year’s wildfire season in some way

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

2018 top companies profiled

These are three businesses that made our top 50 list in 2018.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Waste Not, Want Not at zero waste fullfill market in Kimberley

The Fullfill Market in Kimberley was inspired by the zero waste movement

September 10th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

This Re/Max team brings the house down in Greater Trail

The 11-member Re/Max realty team in Greater Trail has over 150 years of industry experience.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Fernie’s west-side story

The Regional District of East Kootenay has completed its servicing upgrades in West Fernie, a project that has been in the making for four years.

September 6th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Lemon Traybake

  Week two of The Great British Bake Off has dropped and it’s the infamous cake week. The technical challenge saw the bakers having to make Gateau Vert which is a spongecake with rather shocking green frosting coloured by spinach. I...

August 30th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Wagon Wheels

It’s no secret at all that I’m a fully fledged Great British Bake Off fanatic. Before moving to the UK in the 2014 I’d never heard of the show and I admit that it wasn’t until the following year that...

August 23rd

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Fraisier Cake

If you’re anything like me you know that the winding down of August means two things, the close arrival of all things pumpkin and the new season of The Great British Bake Off! In anticipation of the new season starting...

August 16th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Chocolate Tart

  Chocolate Tart A few weeks ago I was browsing through a copy of the cookbook “Oh She Glows Everyday” and came across a recipe for a chocolate peanut butter tart. I don’t even like chocolate but I had to admit...

August 2nd

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Soft Pretzels

As much as I enjoy cakes and pies and donuts, I would actually say that I prefer salty snacks to sweet ones. I’d gladly give up chocolate or candy for Popcorn with butter and salt and one of my favourite...

July 26th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Blueberry Pie

Is there anything better than picking fresh berries by the bucket and then turning them into delicious baked goods? It always reminds me of summer as a kid. Last week while in Vermont I went blueberry picking with friends and...

July 19th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Black Currant Striped Cake

  One of my favourite summer time hobbies is venturing down to the local farmer’s market and filling a basket with local goodies. I always try to bring home one new thing each week, just to experiment and see how I...

July 10th

/r/kootenays shared a link

Gold panning

Hello this is a hobby I just broke into but am really loving. Are there any other panners out here that want to go together? Or know of a claim I could pan on in exchange for a percentage? Or...

July 5th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Rhubarb Berry Tart

One of the best things about the arrival of summer is the arrival of tasty summer berries and rhubarb! This week I wanted to challenge myself by heading to the local farmer’s market and baking something based on what I...

April 28th

CBC Offbeat shared a link

Hundreds of 'perfectly good boots' trashed at Yellowknife dump, people snatch them up

Where are they from? Why are they there? Crates full of steel-toe boots showed up at the Yellowknife dump last week. Now they're almost gone.

April 3rd

CBC Offbeat shared a link

Mint's newest coin showcases famous Falcon Lake UFO encounter in Manitoba

The Royal Canadian Mint's newest offering features Manitoba's most famous UFO encounter, which happened in 1967 when Stefan Michalak went looking for precious metals near Falcon Lake.

March 8th

CBC Offbeat shared a link

Italian photographers showcase 'top model' chickens in new coffee table book

Matteo Tranchellini and Moreno Monti created a coffee table book called CHICken to showcase the natural beauty of the ubiquitous birds.