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Cannabis co-op promoters issue report after Kootenay meetings

Small producers group plans to incorporate a co-op later this year

Cannabis co-op promoters issue report after Kootenay meetings

Small producers group plans to incorporate a co-op later this year

Rossland moves forward on single-use plastic bag ban bylaw

Bylaw given first reading at last council meeting

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Premier Horgan talks jobs and opportunity at Castlegar mill

Upbeat visit brings message of hope and co-operation among Kootenay forestry players

Facing high regulatory barriers, Kootenay cannabis producers gather for support

Symposium on barriers facing legalization attended by hundreds

Slocan Valley to be ‘lit up’ with high-speed internet in 12 months

125 kilometres of fibre-optic cable to be laid from Nakusp to Playmor Junction

LCIC awarded for successes in Trail and District

LCIC (Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation) wins top honours with Small Business BC

‘Business as usual’ in Trail after sale of Maglio Building Centre

The stores in Nelson and Trail will undergo renovations, according to RONA news release

Maglio Building Centre sold to RONA affiliate

The stores in Nelson and Trail will remain open

Life insurance can be a business expense

Tax Tips & Pits with Ron Clarke, Trail Times columnist

  • Feb 19, 2019

Castlegar’s first pot shop to open on Friday

The Higher Path is the culmination of years of hard work by owner Jeff Thompson

Contractor income: Which source of information to use?

How does a contractor report information on their tax return?

  • Feb 12, 2019

BC Ferries’ president on LNG and northern routes

CEO Mark Collins to speak with Prince Rupert’s business community

Get $25,000 to hire an intern from the Columbia Basin Trust

Applications for the program are being accepted right now

  • Jan 26, 2019

Selkirk College students protest proposed tuition increases

Students’ union says this year’s two-per-cent increase puts education out of reach for some

Selkirk College students protest proposed tuition increases

Students’ union says this year’s two-per-cent increase puts education out of reach for some

Former ski champ and MLA’s son hope to open Castlegar cannabis store next month

Felix Belczyk and Ben Conroy are in the approval process for local Spiritleaf outlet

Hurting at the pumps: High West Kootenay gas prices surprise expert

Stations are charging double the average retail markup, says fuel analyst

Gold exploration company opens shop in Rossland

Nervous financial markets, permitting delays put Currie Rose Resources behind schedule

Castlegar commission delays rec complex grant application decision — again

Millions have been slashed from the cost of the community complex project, but concern about the price tag remains