HEY CBK! What's goin on?

March 12th

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Brittany’s Flower Farm has opened in Creston, B.C.

Brittany Tilling has a green thumb and a love of plants and flowers. She is now ready to share her love with the town of Creston and surrounding Kootenays.

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Castlegar steps into the future

In Castlegar, the seeds of economic development, career inspiration and opportunity are planted early and deep.

March 11th

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Selkirk College ushers in electric vehicle age

The new Chevrolet Bolt is 100 per cent electric and the estimated cost for operating the vehicle annually is less than $500.

March 8th

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Outdoor gathering spaces to get a facelift

Municipalities, regional districts and First Nations communities can apply for up to $500,000 to create, restore or enhance an outdoor multi-use space.

March 7th

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Put down your phone and pick up a paintbrush

Kootenay Arts and Crafts opens on Baker Street in Cranbrook, B.C.

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Selkirk College provides closer look at LiDAR Data Collection Tools

Selkirk College hosted a demonstration day that put focus on the latest tools used for geospatial data collection.

March 6th

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Revelstoke’s A&W set for demolition: to be replaced with new A&W building

The Revelstoke A&W is set to be modernized starting in the spring of 2019.

March 5th

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Wylie Jack Tap Handles & Branding taps into Budweiser

Richard and Karen Gendron of Invermere find a new client in Budweiser, designing and producing tap handles for the industry giant’s cold-tapped beer.

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DMG Blockchain’s 85-megawatt crypto mining facility now fully operational in WK/Boundary

The facility – one of North America's largest – runs on clean hydroelectric power

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Nelson Tiny Houses are big on charm

Nelson Tiny Houses in Nelson, B.C., proves that downsizing can mean upgrading

March 4th

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Kimberley supports its own

Kimberley’s manager of economic development, Schaun Goodeve, sees a bright future for Kimberley’s strong and engaged business community.

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Growth and opportunity in Canal Flats

The economic recovery in Canal Flats presents exciting opportunities to shape the future of the village and the Columbia Valley.

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Teck reports unaudited annual & fourth quarter results: 2018

“2018 was another very good year for Teck,” said Don Lindsay, President and CEO of the company.

March 1st

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - March 1

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

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Golden embraces development

Golden, B.C., is looking at implementing a more structured, formalized approach to economic development.

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Improving health-care services for people in West Kootenay Boundary

A new ambulatory care area and expanded pharmacy at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) have been approved by the provincial government.

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We will be accepting 40 Under 40 nominations until March 8

We are thankful to those who have already submitted nominations for our fourth annual 40 Under 40 list, but we still need more!

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We will be accepting Influential Women in Business nominations until March 8

We are thankful to those who have already submitted nominations for our Influential Women in Business awards, but we still need more!

February 28th

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Cranbrook’s Lotus Books moves & transforms into Huckleberry Books

You will find Huckleberry Books at 16 - 9th Avenue South in downtown Cranbrook.

February 26th

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Renovations 90 years in the making at the Sirdar Station Pub

Charly Harwood has (re)done it all at the Sirdar Station Pub

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Taking care of business—and more—in Trail

“We’re trying to identify evolving priorities and advance the interests for the overall prosperity of the area,” —David Perehudoff, CAO, Trail

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Rona’s Fraser Valley Building Supplies acquires the Maglio Building Centres in Trail and Nelson

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.

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Regional District of East Kootenay Draft 5-Year Financial Plan Open for Review

The draft 2019 operating budget proposes a 4.2% increase over last year. A 1.3% increase in new assessment in the region will help offset the overall impact.

February 25th

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College of the Rockies nursing students embarking on Geneva field trip

Students will network with leading global health experts

February 22nd

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The power of partnership

The NAEDP is an efficient, cost-effective collaboration that envisions and enables sustainable improvements in Nelson and the surrounding area.

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - February 22

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

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A curated collection of glistening glass awaits

The Mountain Grass Glass Gallery is a new shop in Kimberley, B.C.

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Guiding development in Fernie

Big-picture vision, planning and community involvement keep the city of Fernie sustainable and well-loved by its residents and visitors.

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Green Roads Recycling is an industry leader in road recycling—celebrating 30 years in business

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.

February 21st

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Cranbrook Chamber responds to BC Budget 2019

The BC Budget leaves a lot of uncertainty for small and medium enterprises

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Team approach sets a higher standard — celebrating 10 years of service

High Caliber Auto Collision & Repair is a 4,800-square-foot, state-of-the-art collision repair facility incorporating the latest in industry equipment.

February 20th

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COBS Bread to open in Cranbrook

In addition to baking fresh bread and treats all day every day, owners of all COBS Bread bakeries are actively involved in their local communities

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NDP: Wayne Stetski elected chair of British Columbia caucus

The NDP’s B.C. Caucus meets weekly to discuss federal issues important to the people of British Columbia

February 19th

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College of the Rockies Avalanche prepare for PACWEST; students raise money for mental health

COTR Avalanche volleyball teams are preparing to not only compete, but host, the 2019 PACWEST Volleyball Championship

February 15th

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Enjoy the freshness of Huckleberry Books in Cranbrook

Lotus Books in Cranbrook has moved and rebranded as Huckleberry Books