Local Business

The Chamber of Commerces Wants Your Old Computers!

Who would have thought that so much could be done just by coming to our annual Trade Show?

  • Apr 26th, 2018

Exploring new markets

i4C helps companies and rural communities (industries even) catch the Industry 4.0 wave.

  • Apr 16th, 2018

Directors recommend continuation of Physioworks lease

Creston Physioworks & and More has been a tenant since the addition of an aquatic centre and major upgrades to the complex were completed.

A Break in Time Caffé gets a new look

The renos have been more than a simple facelift.

Taggart and Killeen depart CTV News Vancouver

Co-anchors exit news outlet amid ‘major refresh’ at station

CVKL communities team up to reveal area’s best tourist attractions

Businesses and community groups sought for tourism campaign launching in summer of 2018

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The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an NSA sanctioned co-ed slo-pitch tournament

The first place team of the serious-and-fun division will win $1500

  • Mar 16th, 2018

Contest woos creative workers to Kaslo

Fun stunt highlights serious concern for rural B.C. towns

Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce opposes the minimum wage increase

“These are not positive scenarios for employees, employers or the economy as a whole.”

New Glade ferry enters testing phase

The Glade II will be able to carry heavier loads and will emit less greenhouse gases.

Get $1,000 to go to #BCTECH Summit

Columbia Basin Trust will help 50 Basin-based technology businesses attend #BCTECH Summit, by offering up to $1,000 to offset expenses.

The LEAP! Program is in the recruitment phase for 2018

LEAP! Is an accelerator program designed to help you kick-start your inspired idea and test it live.

Members a top priority for 2018

The Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce is finally poised to get down to its core

What Happens If We Stop Shopping Locally?

If we provide excellent, knowledgeable and friendly service, that is competitively priced, Creston residents will support their own.

COLUMN: Let’s keep your money circulating in the region

Chamber of Commerce executive director Tom Thomson on buying locally

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Local company looking to give back to Creston

“It feels wonderful to be able to come back to Creston and contribute to Creston’s economic growth”

Helping growing Kootenay businesses export

Provincial pilot project aims to help businesses access new markets

  • Nov 1st, 2017

New natural health centre opens in downtown Creston

Paul Gaucher and his wife Dove Sprout co-own Creston Acupuncture Natural Health Centre