Metal Tech Alley Supply Chain Blog

Metal Tech Alley’s integrated innovative sectors are supported by one of the largest industrial supply chain clusters in Western Canada. Bespoke digital services, environmental science, hydrotechnical, machining, manufacturing of ultra-high purity metals, sandblasting, and battery recycling are just a few of the services available in the Metal Tech Alley supply chain.  Our diverse landscape is…

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LCIC is looking for a new director to join our team

Do you have a passion for Economic Development? LCIC is a regional organization of dedicated volunteers who are focused on driving economic growth by expanding our existing assets to ensure a vibrant and diverse regional economy in the Lower Columbia region.  Do You Want to Make a Difference? The Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation (LCIC) is…

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Trail Adopts Healthy Communities Plan

The Lower Columbia Healthy Communities Plan was developed over 18 months with 40 stakeholders SHERI REGNIER Wed Sep 20th, 2017 1:30am Posted at Trail Times Forty stakeholders and 18 months of collaboration have resulted in a framework for decision-making called the Lower Columbia Healthy Communities Plan. Trail council was the first in the region to…

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Selkirk College Making Strides for Rural Health Care

CASTLEGAR – A Selkirk College pilot program has gained an important foothold in improving health care services in rural British Columbia. The fourth Rural Pre-Medicine Program class began its three-year educational journey at the Castlegar Campus earlier this month and are now following the trail blazed by the pioneer class that started in September, 2014.…

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Free Presentation on Entrepreneurship, Innovation, & Economic Development

FREE PUBLIC PRESENTATION – ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INNOVATION, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT As part of the Different By Design conference being co-hosted by Selkirk College this September, the opening Keynote Panel will be free and open to the public. Keynote speakers Heather Hall (University of Waterloo), Terry Van Horn (Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation), and Traart Van den Berg…

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