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November 7th

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Marzano, a Neapolitan-style pizzeria inside Best Western Baker Street Inn, is a piece of Italy

Ryan Martin, owner of Marzano, a Neapolitan-style pizzeria inside Best Western Baker Street Inn, has brought Italian authenticity to the West Kootenay

November 6th

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Lit Photo/Video Creston brings creativity to life in the Kootenays

Dennis Charles’s new business in Creston combines his passion for photography with helping other local businesses craft their brand’s image.

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Three Kootenay-based craft breweries win at BC Beer Awards

Golden’s Whitetooth captured two first place awards and Cranbrook’s Fisher Brewing Company and Nelson Brewing Company won one each.

November 5th

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Nicole Fricot new CEO of Revelstoke’s Mica Heliskiing

Mica Heliskiing is a backcountry heliskiing lodge located on Kinbasket Lake across from Mica Dam in British Columbia, Canada.

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Mobile Recovery Milling: Transforming rural woodlands into bountiful harvests

Darrin Brown, owner of Mobile Recovery Milling in Cranbrook, B.C., repurposes unused trees into useful lumber products

November 2nd

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Canadian conference connects classrooms to communities in the Columbia Basin

Participants learn from the land and people of the Ktunaxa Nation

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Monashee Spirits Craft Distillery: An unlikely story

A bad business deal and a bucket of molasses were the inspiration for a spirited new business in Revelstoke, B.C.

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - November 2 issue

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

November 1st

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Tyee diversifies

Tyee Log Homes has grown and diversified since arriving in Kimberley in 2005, becoming a significant employer and economic driver.

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The good, the good and the ugly

Don McCormick talks about managing Kimberley’s assets and liabilities—the conference centre, the SunMine and the wildfire interface.

October 31st

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Cranbrook chamber autumn events, 2018

While they await the arrival of their new executive director, Cranbrook’s chamber board and staff are busy serving the membership.

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2018 Business Excellence Awards at Kimberley Chamber of Commerce

Under the banner, “Kimberley is a good place to be…Doing Business” ten awards were handed out to a variety of businesses.

October 29th

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College of the Rockies hosting annual Open House

Potential students, parents and community members invited to learn more about what the College has to offer

October 26th

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Fulfill your shopping needs at fullfill in Kimberley

Newly opened fullfill in Kimberley, B.C., is a green alternative to traditional stores

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Kootenay innovation on display at national conference

For testing, the company used a 3D printed model of a FortisBC dam developed with existing research partners Selkirk College and FortisBC Inc.

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - October 26 issue

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

October 25th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Pumpkin Pasties

Favourite things about autumn. Abundance of candy. Abundance of crunchy leaves. And of course abundance of all things pumpkin! I must admit I’m not a fan of the almighty Pumpkin Spice Latte but I am a fan of pumpkin pie...

October 24th

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IOC says they have committed $1.2B to Calgary Olympics

Wed, Oct 24: Christophe Dubi, Olympic Games executive director with the IOC, says the committee has promised $1.2 billion to an Olympics in Calgary.

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Winter Olympics makes sense for Calgary: IOC

Wed, Oct 24: The IOC’s Christophe Dubi explains why it thinks Calgary makes sense as the host for the 2026 Winter Olympic games.

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BC Ferry captured in fishing net near Nanaimo

Some commercial fishing boats caught more than they could handle on Wednewsday: a B.C. ferry.

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LARCH Landscape Architecture + Authentic Mountain Design mimics natural beauty in Golden, B.C.

LARCH Landscape Architecture + Authentic Mountain Design specializes in landscape architecture, environmental planning and design in Golden, B.C.

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Interfor to Take Downtime in BC Interior

Interfor has three sawmills in the BC Interior, with total annual capacity of approximately 750 million board feet.

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New bus service to take over in B.C. from Greyhound

A new bus service is gearing up to take over some of the B.C. routes that are being shut down by Greyhound. Sarah MacDonald reports.

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B.C. Youtuber exits homemade, air-tight ‘biodome’ after 14 hours

Kurtis Baute sealed himself ‘in a jar’ to continue the discussion about climate change

October 23rd

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China opens mega-bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland

The $20 billion bridge took almost a decade to build while incurring major delays and cost overruns The post China opens mega-bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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Want to take a family gap year? Here’s how 2 Canadian families are making it work

A growing number of Canadian families are embarking on round-the-world trips with their kids — here's how you can make it work.

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Everything you need to know to vote in Calgary’s Olympic plebiscite

Wondering where, how and when you can vote in the upcoming Olympic plebiscite in Calgary? This guide has all the information you need.

October 22nd

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Rotating strikes by Canaada Post continue across the country

Canada Post workers continue their rotating strikes in a number of cities across the country. Tanya Beja tells us how the job action is expected to affect service, including B.C.’s referendum on proportional representation.

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No Place for Wolverines launch Oct. 27

Local award-winning author Dave Butler is celebrating the release of his second Jenny Willson mystery novel. Coming hot on the heels of Full Curl, (2018...

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MEC CEO addresses lack of diversity, inclusion in advertising

"By updating our approach to imagery to be more inclusive, we hope that more people will see themselves as part of the co-op and feel welcome at MEC."

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Canada Post rotating strikes begin in Victoria B.C.

Victoria is joining Edmonton, Windsor and Halifax in the rotating strikes.

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Calgary waits to hear from feds about 2026 Olympic bid, Notley suggests IOC could pay more

With the clock ticking towards a Calgary vote on hosting the 2026 Winter Games, what the federal government and the city are willing to spend remains unclear.

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What’s behind the string of earthquakes off Vancouver Island?

Geophysicist and disaster researcher Mika McKinnon talks about the latest series of quakes to strike B.C. and what could have caused them.

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New faces will be at the RDEK board table

New mayors, elctoral area directors will be represented in the RDEK for the next four years The post New faces will be at the RDEK board table appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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Priorities for an age-friendly Cranbrook

Cranbrook Age Friendly Advisory Committee survey identifies key concerns The post Priorities for an age-friendly Cranbrook appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.