Local Business

BUSINESS BUZZ: Rising from the ashes, city eyes up to $200M in projects

Darren Davidson’s monthly column about business in Nelson

  • Sep 23, 2020

Nelson Innovation Centre to host pitch competition

Deadline to apply for the first of three events is Sept. 24

BUSINESS BUZZ: COVID and cash, ATCO’s Weatherford heads Selkirk board, and more

Darren Davidson brings us the latest goings-on in the local business world

  • Aug 14, 2020

Nelson’s SMRT1 Technologies to provide vending tech to Vancouver company

UpMeals will launch 22 machines across Canada using SMRT1’s personalized machines

UPDATE: Body of Slocan River drowning victim recovered

The man was swimming near Winlaw on Wednesday.

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Summer outdoor education for kids during pandemic

Wildsight has created dozens of online lessons, including activities, videos and more

  • Jul 16, 2020

BUSINESS BUZZ: Visitors versus the virus, Western Auto celebrates a half century, Lytle does a lot

Darren Davidson’s monthly column about business in Nelson

  • Jul 14, 2020

VIDEO: Not business as usual as Nelson slowly reopens

Local owners talk about the pandemic has changed how they operate

West Kootenay real estate already starting to bounce back from COVID dip

In the last 14 days there have been 46 new real estate listings in the West Kootenay.

Kootenay businesses struggling to find workers

People are opting to stay home and collect CERB rather than return to work.

BUSINESS BUZZ: Nelson businesses keep going despite difficult times

While many businesses have laid employees off, some are still trying to offer products and services

  • Apr 7, 2020

Who needs Amazon? Nelson businesses stay afloat with local deliveries

The city’s stores are closed, but candy, beer and lingerie can be had with just a phone call

Interfor cuts production and staff at Grand Forks, Castlegar mills

The curtailment is scheduled to last two weeks, amid pandemic-related market changes

COLUMN: Businesses prepare for COVID storm but avoid panic

Darren Davidson speaks with the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce

  • Mar 19, 2020

Edible straws one B.C. entrepreneur’s latest weapon in war against plastic

Kat Gellerman has spent more than 20 years working in the food business

BUSINESS BUZZ: A look at business in Nelson from A to Z, Part 2

Darren Davidson takes over our business column with an alphabetical rundown

  • Jan 7, 2020

Promoter fundraises for new Kootenay Country Music Fest

UPDATED: Travis Pangburn has de-activated the $150,000 Gofundme campaign