Archive for July, 2016


Supporting our New Neighbours

Late last year, the federal government announced that they would be welcoming 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada. These refugees have come in a mix of government and privately sponsored refugees. Government sponsored refugees have been destined for larger urban centres across Canada. Because these news stories have touched the hearts of many Canadians, the number […]


Construction in Kootenay National Park

 Highway 93S in Kootenay National Park. Work will occur within two separate construction zones. The first zone is located between the Continental Divide day use area and Marble Canyon day use area, and the second zone is located between the Hector Gorge viewpoint and McLeod Meadows. Why: Paving and safety improvements When: Starting as early […]


Columbia Valley Tourism Marketing Committee work produces results!

Posted on behalf of: The Joint Marketing Initiative Phase 1 Working Group:  Andrea Tubbs, Charmaine Richter, Dee Conklin, Mike Gray, Jamie Hurschler & Nancy Hetherington. On July 12, 2016 the research findings and brand for the Columbia Valley was presented to a group of about 50 tourism stakeholders, below you will find a video recording […]

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