Local Business

Smithers visitor centre gets a facelift

Local artist Emerenne Saefkow was tasked with depicting life in the Bulkley Valley

“The Big Spend” generates volume for Smithers merchants

The Chamber of Commerce is counting the July 25 event a win for local business

Chamber hires temp manager for mat leave

Jill Barrowman, former manager of Kitimat Chamber, takes over from Sheena Miller in September

UFO lands on Main Street

Former airport cafe moves to Main Street after pandemic closes it down

A dairy and beef farm expands into cut flowers

After 11 years in farming Lindsay Heer returns to her passion

Wetzin’kwa Community Forest gives out $300K in annual grants

Profits from the community forest tenure go back to community

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Skeena Resources, Tahltan prez excited by purchase of Eskay Creek

Skeena gets full control of mine, Barrick gets 12 per cent of Skeena and a one per cent royalty

VIDEO: Witset cannabis shop officially opens

The store, located at the gas bar on Hwy 16, is open seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Community Futures gets new business liaison position

The new advisor will boost Nadina’s capacity to help businesses through COVID recovery

Brewery adapting to changing times

Smithers Brewing Co. now producing and distributing hand sanitizer

Local brewery seeks to expand outdoor seating area

Smithers Brewing Company proposes a 13-metre by 4-metre patio in its parking lot

Town grants Chamber $20K

Chamber estimates up to $65K in lost revenue, turns to council for help

Restaurants grapple with reopening under new regulations

Some food establishments allowing for dine-in with social distancing in mind

Cannabis shop soon to open in Witset

Indigenous Bloom shop to be followed by cannabis cultivation facility in closed down sawmill

Business coach hoping to help businesses get through COVID-19

Trevor Bruintjes estimates a third of businesses in town will close their doors during this pandemic.

Businesses taking the pandemic day-by-day

Smithers and District Chamber of Commerce says businesses are not looking to the future

Yoga classes go online in Smithers

Yoga Cowgirl and Full Circle Yoga offer live video sessions

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

Honey business thrives on local partnerships

Bulkley Valley Hive and Honey seeks to expand from home-based operation