The Columbia Valley is known for its beautiful landscape, recreational opportunities, and thriving tourism industry. However, like many regions in Canada, the valley is facing a significant labour shortage. This shortage has become a major concern for local businesses, as they struggle to find qualified workers to fill vacancies. The labour shortage in the Columbia
Canal Flats is poised for growth and tech companies looking for a Live.Work culture for their staff should look to the Village of Canal Flats. . With its low cost of living, strong fibre optic network, and outdoor lifestyle, Canal Flats is becoming a desirable destination for tech companies and entrepreneurs. In-home health
On January 24, The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce and Columbia Valley Economic Development hosted a workshop focusing on employee attraction and retention. It was a very successful event with over 20 Columbia Valley businesses in attendance. Jenn Moss opened the session introducing employers to programs offered through Kootenay Employment Services and WorkBC. Michelle Taylor,
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Commercial and industrial land availability.
Award-winning Taynton Bay is now the fastest growing craft distillery in BC. Visit Taynton Bay for a tour or tasting, or look for Taynton Bay products in more than 300 stores throughout BC and Alberta.
Iris Energy is central to a Canal Flats Next Generation Smart Tech Village Vision with investment opportunities that include industrial ecosystem re-use of excess heat for other industrial processes, technology enterprise, agrifood, greenhousing, and building systems and components.