2018 Sport Chek National Tech Championships

Canada’s best alpine racers and ski cross athletes start racing TODAY at Red Mountain Resort, and we’re ready to celebrate current and past champions! There are over three hundred athletes in town participating in the Alpine and Ski Cross events from over twelve different countries. We also have a large number of alumni joining us from all…

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Community-Based Research Internship Opportunity

Up to $10,000 is available to help a local organization work with a Selkirk College student to undertake community-based research in the West Kootenay and Boundary region. The annual TeckServ Internship, now in its seventh year, provides support for an applied research project designed to offer ongoing benefit to the community.   Students and community-based…

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Red Mountain Expansion Updates for 2018/19!

Letter from Howard Katkov, CEO & Chairman of Red Mountain: As the end of this incredible ski season is drawing near we wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for your support! This season we have again been blessed with amazing snow providing many powder days for us all. From one of the busiest…

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Forum for Women Entrepreneurs E-Series

  The Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (FWE) is hosting a 3-day entrepreneurial educational program, E-Series, in Vancouver on April 18 –20, 2018. This immersive program is for women entrepreneurs across Canada who want to take their business to the next level.   Grant Available!   The FWE is partnering with Teck to offer grants to women entrepreneurs who…

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New Executive Director at KAST: Don Freschi

Don’s focus will be to connect with partners and stakeholders and to develop and implement a strategy for KAST. by Keith Powell posted at Kootenay Business Magazine Photo Cutline: Don Freschi, Executive Director at KAST. Photo courtesy KAST The Board of Directors along with all of the staff at the Kootenay Association of Science & Technology (KAST)…

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Sharing the Pulse of Trail

The annual financial report prepared by the City of Trail staff effectively reflected Trail’s vitality, and won a national award by Marie Milner posted at Kootenay Business Magazine David Perehudoff became CAO for the City of Trail in 1996.— Photo courtesy City of Trail The current buzz of positive energy in the city of Trail and metal tech…

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