EAP Project Update

Happy Spring, Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake residents! Along with birds singing and flowers blooming, the Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake Economic Action Partnership (CV-KL EAP) is entering a season of growth and action – the emergence of our regional economic strategy. At the beginning of April, the last of six stakeholder meetings was …

RAFT Program – For Retail, Accommodations, Food Service and Tourism Staff

Looking for a career in the vibrant and growing retail, accommodation, food service and tourism sectors? Job seekers in Nelson and area are invited to check out the RAFT Program – a free 5 week training and certification program offered by Kootenay Career Development Society starting May 7th. All are welcome to …

Local business matters. Provide your input at a local meeting near you!

Now is the time to speak-up about what support you need, the opportunities you envision for this area, and how you can provide support. Where focus goes energy flows. Local businesses are the next priority of focus for our regional economic strategy. Whether you’re a sole proprietor or corporation, home-based …

CVKL Tourism Marketing Campaign – Social Media Marketing RFP

🔸 Do you love the Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake area? 🔸 Have experience using social media? This opportunity is for you! The CVKL TAC has developed a co-operative tourism marketing campaign plan for the Creston Valley Kootenay Lake Area (Yahk to Riondel) from April 2018 to April 2019. The campaign will showcase the …

A Completed Regional Economic Strategy Is Near

It’s been a busy winter season for community engagement, collaboration, and regional economic strategy building in the Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake area. The Creston Valley-Kootenay Lake Economic Action Partnership (CV-KL EAP), which is funded by the RDCK Electoral Areas A, B, C, the Town of Creston, Kootenay Employment Services and Lower …