Sometimes we make a decision, doubt ourselves, then need a bit of distance to realize it was the right decision all along. That’s what happened with Maddie Van Horn, who was getting ready to buy the Trail Coffee & Tea Co. three years ago, then had second thoughts. A couple of years in Vancouver made …
Here are five co-working spaces to rent a desk at in the Kootenays this spring.
In 1985, professor Donna Haraway wrote an essay called the “Cyborg Manifesto.” It became one of the preeminent works of the post-modern era and struck an incisive chord with artists, philosophers, academics and scientists alike. She argued that all humans interacting with technology were becoming—colloquially speaking—cyborgs. And by augmenting ourselves as such, we transcended traditional …
Peter LeCouffe, 29, moved to the Kootenays and started Harrier Aerial Surveys, which uses drones for high-precision land surveys.
TELUS is investing $20 million to connect more than 90 per cent of homes and businesses in Nelson directly to its fibre optic network and enhance wireless connectivity throughout the region.
Castlegar, Kimberley, Nelson, Rossland and Trail are part of the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot.
Though its main focus is attracting workers and investors for outside the region, Imagine Kootenay also benefits local businesses
Revelstoke’s Aaron Davidson is the founder of Cronometer, a digital app with more than 2 million users.
Scott and Alycia Weir are the new owners of Kicking Horse Janitorial in Golden, BC
Kimberley is one of the fastest growing communities in the Kootenay region