Let’s put local businesses in the spotlight!
The application for a free feature spot in the #BuyBasin Festival - fall edition closes Friday, October 8th
Only 100 businesses across the Basin can take part and we want to make sure yours is one of them.
This opportunity is open to both new and returning businesses with any level of social media experience.
Why you want to participate
If you’re at all shy about going LIVE on social media - not to worry! You’ll be paired with a free digital coach to help you use video to turn window shoppers into lifelong customers.
Apply for a spot in the #BuyBasin Festival now, and secure your place this October. https://ourtrust.org/grants-and-programs-directory/buybasin-festival/
The 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.......
September 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.......