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 …

Let’s Build an Inclusive Economy

Pass Bill C-344 Over the next ten years, the federal government will invest $180 billion in infrastructure across Canada. In the next few months, MPs and Senators will vote on Bill C-344, which will allow a social value to be included in all of these investments. Let’s urge them to …

Exploring New Markets with Brian Fry

Exploring New Markets with Brian Fry Brian Fry, founder of i4C Innovation in Trail, spoke at the Creston Valley – Kootenay Lake Economic Action Partnership’s “Exploring New Markets” Stakeholder meeting at the Ramada on April 4 – which was organized by Kootenay Employment Services Society. Brian has been working in …

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 …