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January 24th

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Ottawa won’t cut corners on full review of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: Sohi

Canada's natural resources minister says the government won't cut corners to speed up the full review process for the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion.

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Friends of Opera screening Prince Igor Feb. 1

Fernie Friends of Opera screens productions from the greatest opera houses in the world in Fernie’s The Arts Station theatre monthly from September to May....

Cranbrook Daily Townsman shared a link

Peyton Krebs shines at prospects game

The Kootenay ICE captain had a goal and an assist at the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Red Deer

January 23rd

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Trail Hammer and Bolt gets the job done

Trail Hammer and Bolt is a new business in Trail, B.C.

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You Can Rent These Adorable Glamping Tents In The Canadian Rockies

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Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

2019 Real Estate Development and Construction Roundup

Numerous new construction and development projects are springing up throughout the Kootenays

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Up your business’s Instagram game in 2019

Here are seven of the best tips for building your business’s Instagram following and solidifying your brand.

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College of the Rockies instructor receives Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant

Marnie Kramer’s research aimed at improving nursing regulatory exam outcomes

January 22nd

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Brian Taylor is back at Grand Forks city hall

“I hope that soon we can develop the dream that Grand Forks needs, showing that our community is going to grow and change.” —Brian Taylor, mayor

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Sobeys welcomes Angela’s Organic Pasta

Angela’s Organic Pasta in Invermere blends authentic methods with good-for-you ingredients. Its products are soon to be on Sobeys' shelves.

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Nelson’s Burrell Grocery home to the Kootenays, first and only, Bitcoin ATM

BankBit, a company owned and operated by Nelson-resident Ben Glickman, recently installed a Bitcoin machine in the convenience store.

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Dean McKerracher’s fifth term begins

Dean McKerracher talks about the projects the village council has addressed in the past four years, and looks at its focus for the next four.

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There’s always time for quilting

The newly opened Ragtime Quilts in Cranbrook offers workshops and classes

January 21st

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Make the year colourful and bright with 2019’s Pantone Color of the Year

The 2019 Pantone Color of the Year has been announced. Here’s how you can make the most of it in your interior and online design.

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College of the Rockies announces new members of Indigenous team

Director, Indigenous Strategy and Reconciliation, and Indigenous Education Coordinator welcomed

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Clara Reinhardt begins second term

Village infrastructure is well in hand, so the administration of Radium Hot Springs can focus on the things that make life even finer.

January 18th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - January 18

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

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College of the Rockies Business Management student completing semester in Andorra

Agreement between College and University of Andorra adds to international exchange opportunities for College students

January 17th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Lemon Curd Pavlova

January can be a bit of a gloomy month, the rush of the holidays have ended and the weather (at least in Canada and the UK) can be a bit dark and uninspiring. Which is why we sometimes need to...

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Students “Do and Learn” in their wild backyards

Environmental education programs have immediate and long-lasting effects

January 16th

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Yo yo, Boo Boo, Yogi Berri ain’t movin’ anymore

Joey Christensen, owner of Yogi Berri Café in Trail, B.C., has more food options than a pic-a-nic basket

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

More than $50,000 in Columbia Basin Trust bursaries awarded to College of the Rockies students

Nearly 100 full-time students will benefit from the financial aid

January 15th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Bruno Tassone moves into the mayor’s office in Castlegar

The new mayor of Castlegar is well acquainted with infrastructure and what it means to the city’s ability to function.

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Darkwoods conservation area to grow

The Nature Conservancy of Canada receives $650,000 from Columbia Basin Trust

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Cranbrook influencers

Successful in their busy day-jobs, these are people who find time and energy to enrich their community.

January 14th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Ange Qualizza talks about priorities

“Economic development is about turning community visions into plans and implementing them to achieve goals.” — Ange Qualizza, mayor of Fernie

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Karl Sterzer is a man with a mission

After years of struggling with its image and its economy, Canal Flats is on the threshold of becoming “Village Beautiful, Village Prosperous.”

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Reptiles, grizzlies and more to benefit from $1 million

29 projects receive Environment Grants from Columbia Basin Trust

January 11th

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

For an easy ride, take the bus

Convenient, affordable transportation is key to a community’s livability, and BC Transit is providing that key in many small communities.

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - January 11

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

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Accessing international markets

Evidence confirms that the Export Navigator pilot project is uniquely answering ongoing needs of expansion-ready businesses.

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The future of Export Navigator

Evidence confirms that the Export Navigator pilot project is uniquely answering ongoing needs of expansion-ready businesses.

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Furniture that Glows

Kyla Gent and Milena Huebener, owners of Glow Decor Rentals in Invermere, B.C., rent vintage and modern lounge furniture for idyllic weddings and events

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Al Miller wins the mayor’s job in Invermere

Al Miller, a 30-year resident of Invermere, is a business owner and the district’s new mayor.

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Tie Lake Dam Project largely complete

Construction started this fall and included raising the height of the dam to allow for more freeboard, installation of seepage control and a new spillway