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by Nelson Daily Editor on Friday Oct 14 2011

The Nelson company that developed the popular Matrix multiple listing service platform used by 17 MLS service’s across North America has been sold.

One hundred per cent of Tarasoft Corp. was sold Sept. 15 to real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic for an undisclosed price.

There was no mention made whether there would be job...

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 13 2011

By: Rob McLister

Consumers hate mortgage prepayment penalties, largely because they don’t understand them.

Now, there is about to be a high-profile challenge of how mortgage penalties are calculated.

CIBC Mortgages Inc., a subsidiary of CIBC bank, has just been named the subject of a pending class action lawsuit.

The intended suit claims that...

by Mona Mattei on Wednesday Oct 12 2011

Crews restored power to Christina Lake and Grand Forks after a tree took out the lines in the industrial area of the city in just under two hours on Wednesday.

The tree, accidently dropped on the lines on the old Canpar property, hit the line around 1:30 p.m. Many downtown businesses were unable to continue to serve the public and closed their doors during the outage.

"At this time...

by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 12 2011

On Tuesday, what was shaping up to be a turbulent week for travellers appeared poised to fade back to normal as the federal government said it was taking its first step in blocking any labour action.

Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt's office confirmed that she will refer the matter to the Canadian Industrial Labour Board on Wednesday....

by Nelson Daily Editor on Tuesday Oct 11 2011

The idea of co-generation may be one of the pieces of the puzzle in the Nakusp region as several groups are beginning to grapple with the idea of righting the village’s listing economic ship.

Although still in a draft report form, information and feedback has been gathered and recently released by a panel of local groups — including the Nakusp and Area Development Board (NADB) and the...

by Mona Mattei on Monday Oct 10 2011

In the Boundary region small businesses are driving employment and filling the needs for residents in a wide range of services. Starting a small business is difficult even in great economic times, but starting in a time of uncertainty is even more challenging.

Every year during small business week Community Futures (CF) Boundary takes time to salute local entrepreneurs and their efforts...

by Timothy Schafer on Friday Oct 07 2011

New jobs and an injection of $25,000 into the local economy each month is the bottom line for the ongoing Duncan Dam Spillway upgrade project in the Meadow Creek region, according to a BC Hydro spokesperson.

Mary Anne Coules said a Sept. 20 BC Hydro operations update meeting at the Lardeau Valley Community Centre in Meadow Creek held some interest in the ongoing gates...

by Mona Mattei on Thursday Oct 06 2011
Could the creation of a heritage revitalization program for the City of Grand Forks be the catalyst to economic development? A committee of local business owners thinks so.
 
On Wednesday, Oct. 5 the heritage committee rolled out their vision for the city’s downtown core. Overall, the plan reflects the recommendations in a report done by the Heritage Branch of B.C....
by Contributor on Thursday Oct 06 2011

The average price for a standard detached home in Vancouver is approximately triple the national average, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey released this week.

The average third quarter price for a detached bungalow increased 17 per cent year-over-year, selling for $1,022,375 - nearly three times the national average bungalow price of $349,974.

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by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 05 2011

Not gone, and not forgotten — KBS remains, but in a new incarnation created to respond to listener demand.

Kootenay/Boundary listeners asked for more music variety. We listened and are giving our listeners what they asked for.

 
“The Kootenay/Boundary’s EZ Rock,” the region’s newest radio station, hit the airwaves on Wednesday (Oct. 5) at 9 a.m. — delivering more...

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