<![CDATA[KABDA - News]]>Wed, 01 Jun 2022 17:29:48 -0600EditMySite<![CDATA[Free Trade Agreements Virtual Presentation Dec 16 2021]]>Wed, 08 Dec 2021 18:12:14 GMThttp://www.kabda.org/news/free-trade-agreements-virtual-presentation-dec-16-2021

The FTAs can reduce your cost of doing business and make your goods and services more competitive in the United States (U.S.) and other international markets.
Many of Canada’s FTAs also contain provisions specific to Indigenous peoples and Indigenous-owned businesses and are designed to support Canada’s inclusive approach to trade.
Event Program:
Welcome and Land Acknowledgement What are Free Trade Agreements and what do they offer Indigenous-owned Businesses? Presentation by Ben Kolisnyk, Senior Manager, Trade Policy and Negotiations Branch, Government of British Columbia Q&A We look forward to your participation!

Click below for more information and to register by 4:30 p.m. (Mountain Time) on December 14, 2021!

<![CDATA[Data Analyst]]>Wed, 01 Dec 2021 18:07:19 GMThttp://www.kabda.org/news/data-analystKtunaxa Nation Council Economic and Investment Sector is looking for someone  who can work in a temporary contract position.

The successor is expected to report to Executive Pulse Lead, the Data Analyst will offer support to the Sector by ensuring performance metrics data used in reporting is accurate, complete and current. Utilizing investigative, organizational and analytic skills. The Data Analyst will collect and curate data, data mining and create reports to provide insight into business data and trends.
Access the posting
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<![CDATA[City of Cranbrook - Tourism Master Plan RFP]]>Mon, 29 Nov 2021 18:06:02 GMThttp://www.kabda.org/news/city-of-cranbrook-tourism-master-planREQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Tourism Master Plan

The City is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to provide expertise in developing a Tourism Master Plan.

Proposal documents are available from BCBid and the City's web site under "Building & Business - RFPs/Tenders".

Proposals must be submitted before 5:00:00 pm, local time, Friday, December, 31, 2021 by electronic submission via www.BCbid.ca.  (Browse opportunities by organization). Hard copy submissions will not be accepted.

Late submissions will be rejected.

The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals submitted.

For more information contact:
Darren Brewer,  Economic Development Officer
Phone: 1 (250) 919-9792
Fax: 1 (250) 426-7264
Email: darren.brewer@cranbrook.ca

<![CDATA[The Ktunaxa Nation and the City of Cranbrook: A partnership with Indigenous people and a community]]>Fri, 17 Sep 2021 22:15:30 GMThttp://www.kabda.org/news/the-ktunaxa-nation-and-the-city-of-cranbrook-a-partnership-with-indigenous-people-and-a-communityThe stone archway entrance to Cranbrook has a new entity. Flying alongside the flags of Canada, B.C., USA and the City of Cranbrook is a new one—the Ktunaxa Nation flag.

The City of Cranbrook and the Ktunaxa Nation are working together to mutual benefit. The flying of the Ktunaxa Nation flag is one of the first visible pieces of this relationship, but even bigger projects are in the works.
Here’s how this government-to-government (G2G) relationship got started and where it’s headed.......

<![CDATA[City Awarded $75,000 in Grant Funding for Tourism Master Plan Development]]>Fri, 17 Sep 2021 22:08:17 GMThttp://www.kabda.org/news/city-awarded-75000-in-grant-funding-for-tourism-master-plan-developmentSeptember 7, 2021
Cranbrook, BC (September 7, 2021) – The City of Cranbrook is a recipient of $50,000 from the Economic Trust of the Southern Interior (ETSI-BC) for the development of its Tourism Master Plan. One of 27 applicants to the ESTI-BC, the city was successfully awarded the grant funding.
The City also secured $20,000 from Columbia Basin Trust (the Trust) to further fund the Tourism Master Plan and $5,000 from the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK), which along with the City’s investment of $18,500 brings the total project value to $93,500.00.......