We want to see photos of your life in the Basin – whether that means your experience at a community event, a local historical site or the beautiful scenery that surrounds us. This year we’ll give you weekly hashtags to […]
First Nations in the Columbia Basin have developed new and improved affordable housing options in their communities with $2.9 million in support from Columbia Basin Trust to develop 43 new affordable housing units and undertake energy retrofits and repairs on 88 existing units.
Last week, Minister Katrine Conroy viewed new owner signage at the Waneta Expansion Generating Station. The deal to purchase Fortis Inc.’s original 51% interest in the project closed on April 16, 2019 restoring ownership to the originally mandated 50/50 Columbia […]
From skiing and snowmobiling to mountain biking and hiking, Revelstoke is attractive to visitors for many reasons and tourism is important to the community’s economic health. To support this industry and people seeking careers in it, Okanagan College in Revelstoke […]
Remote recreation sites and trails will see significant improvements thanks to a new $1.5-million partnership between the Trust and Recreation Sites and Trails BC that will employ youth crews over the summer. Photo courtesy of Fernie Trails Alliance. The Columbia […]
The Columbia Basin Transboundary Conference: One River, One Future is offering a limited number of scholarships of up to $400 CAD to registered post-secondary students and non-profit professionals who plan to attend or have already registered for the conference.
Columbia Basin Trust is providing nearly $1.5 million to help build 118 new affordable housing units in in Cranbrook, Fernie, Nelson, Trail and Valemount.