The Canadian labour market is extremely tight with 1 million vacant jobs and just over a million unemployed Canadians to fill them.
This Fund will provide flexible, three-year grants of $50,000 and $72,000 per year to eligible organizations that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
It is no secret that supply chains, both domestic and global, are under serious strain. We are seeing it in just about every sector of the economy, from the price of our food, to the availability of raw construction materials, and beyond.
Residential real estate sales for the month of June in the region slowing after the recent mortgage rate interest hikes by the Bank of Canada, reports the Association of Interior REALTORS®
Underinvestment in technology, slow adoption, and minimal spending on marketing is a precarious trio. The good news: we can fix this. We have all the tools in the toolbox. It’s about time to use them more boldly and with a greater sense of urgency.
Having the right people on your team creates a positive work environment, helps you deliver quality service, lowers your training costs and frees you up to work on your business instead of in it!
CFEK promotes economic development and the creation of jobs and wealth in our region by providing small-business loans for start-up, expansion or the purchase of existing businesses. In addition to financial support, CFEK offers a variety of business-related services, including knowledgeable, professional business consultation and access to training for entrepreneurs and their employees.
The WorkBC Self Employment program is available in Cranbrook for individuals seeking to create their own self employment income!
Canadian Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) is a federally funded program that gives *$2400 + 30 hours of one-on-one consultation with a student e-commerce advisor to businesses in Canada. This program will run until 2024.
Allowing locals and travelers to gain an understanding of how the Rockies and Kootenay waterways were formed, while appreciating the significance of the Hoodoos, all from a Ktunaxa perspective.
The City of Cranbrook is working together with residents, community groups and businesses to develop a Tourism Master Plan
The Annual Business Walk is BACK in-person on September 28th to capture the pulse of businesses throughout Cranbrook.