Local Business

Clearwater Famers Market looking for help

“The Farmers Market and the North Thompson (Valley) need more local food.”

Clearwater COVID-19 precautions update

Local groups and facilities taking measures to keep the public safe

Group looking to build agriplex in Clearwater

Agriplex Society searching for people interested in joining board of directors

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

Clearwater shopping spree winner breaks local Buy-Low record

Cameron family collects $602.43 worth of groceries in one minute

Clearwater Awards Gala rolls out the red carpet

Chamber of Commerce looks to breathe some new life into the organization

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Drive-thru testing for COVID-19 in Kelowna
Construction continuing despite COVID-19
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Clearwater celebrates local women in business for International Women’s Day – March 8

  • Mar 7, 2020

UPDATE: Interfor closes deal on local tenure transfer

Interfor must work with displaced forestry employees on opportunities for further employment

  • Feb 28, 2020

Clearwater council votes in favour of cannabis shop

Decision comes as a relief to entrepreneur after lengthy application process

Fourth annual Business Expo set to expand

Expo showcases local businesses and is free to the public

Proposed cannabis shop to get public hearing

Application sent to Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch and DOC for consideration

PHOTO: Shop Local prize winners selected

Draw took place last week at Double R Pizza and Subs

  • Dec 19, 2019

Canfor shareholders reject Pattison’s takeover offer

Lumber company says offer had just 45% support from minority shareholders

Wadlegger Logging and Construction buys Clusko Loggings local assets

Employees will have more stability to stay in the valley and work from home

The benefits of shopping local

The trickle-down can create jobs, support local teams, and help charities in the area

Jim’s Food Market celebrates 100 years of operation

“We certainly thank all the customers, family and friends that supported the business over 100 years.”