• 19 Jun 2017 2:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


  • 08 Jun 2017 3:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Nakusp Hot Springs are open as of Thursday morning.

    Kudos to the Staff of the Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure and YRB our local Highway Contractor for their quick response and excellent efforts to reopen the road as soon as possible.

    We have had to reduce our operating hours slightly to 10:00 am to 9:00 pm in order to allow work progress to continue on the road. The road has only one lane open and a Pilot Car service is being implemented to ensure everybody's safety. There will be delays, but all efforts will be made to minimize those.

    Thanks for your patience and our apologies for any inconvenience.

    Cedra

    Visitor Information Counsellor

    Nakusp & District Chamber of Commerce  

    92 6th Ave, Nakusp BC, V0G 1R0

    EM   nakusp@telus.net

    PH   250-265-4234

    TF    1-800-909-8819

    www.nakusparrowlakes.com


  • 08 Jun 2017 3:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Check out this fantastic opportunity at the Langham!! 

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  • 03 Jun 2017 11:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Here is the .PDF version: WKR.pdf  



  • 01 Jun 2017 2:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    June is off and running with things to do: songs and songbirds...update on CCC...training opportunities, etc..

    And -  watch for notices regarding visits in the LV from our new Community Paramedics, Leanne and Emily.

    They will be up here in June several times to introduce themselves, explain all the things they are able to help with, and ask for input as to how they can be of assistance. More information to follow. 

  • 01 Jun 2017 12:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Columbia Basin Trust helps SAR teams purchase rescue equipment

    (Columbia Basin) – Dedicated volunteers at three search and rescue organizations are working together to improve their ability to help save lives. Search and rescue (SAR) teams in Golden, Nelson and Fernie have partnered to purchase crucial equipment to perform helicopter rescues. The equipment is being funded in part by $258,500 from Columbia Basin Trust.

    Called Human External Transport Systems, the equipment enables rescuers and those being rescued to be transported by rope, slings and harnesses under a helicopter. While the Golden and Nelson SAR teams already offered this service, Fernie will be providing this service for the first time.

    “The Golden and Nelson teams use this equipment approximately 20 times each year,” said Nick Comstock, Golden and District Search and Rescue, who helped organize the purchase after Transport Canada recently required equipment updates. “The new kits will allow these teams to continue to function at the level they currently do. Also, the area of the province the Fernie team covers is now receiving a new rescue service. Together we’ll be providing a much-needed rescue resource in the Columbia Basin.”

    Using a helicopter allows for rapid extraction and safer and faster access to difficult locations. Most rescues occur during winter avalanche season, while other calls are for climbers, hikers and other backcountry users. 

    “Search and rescue volunteer teams are on the frontline providing an important service for residents and visitors alike,” said Wayne Lundeberg, Columbia Basin Trust Director, Delivery of Benefits. “We see the importance of supporting their efforts to have the resources they need to do their job.”

    The Trust supported 16 SAR projects valued at $546,720 throughout the Basin over the past five years (see backgrounder). For example, Fruitvale renovated its facilities, Cranbrook replaced its snow safety and rescue equipment, Nakusp bought a new response command vehicle and Creston bought a boat.

    The Trust also recently provided Avalanche Canada with $475,000: learn more atwww.ourtrust.org/avalanche2017.

    Columbia Basin Trust supports the ideas and efforts of the people in the Columbia Basin. To learn more about the Trust’s programs and initiatives, and how it helps deliver social, economic and environmental benefits to the Basin, visit www.ourtrust.org or call 1.800.505.8998.


  • 23 May 2017 12:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    If you've wondered what a May Pole Dance is here is an excellent rendition by the JVH 2nd grade at the 2017 Kaslo May Days festival.

    Click here to watch the May Pole Dance 2017


  • 17 May 2017 11:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Official 2017 Kaslo Logger Sports Schedule  CLICK HERE
  • 17 May 2017 11:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    A complete online schedule of ALL May Days events and goings on in Kaslo for the Victoria Day weekend     CLICK HERE
  • 23 Apr 2017 3:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Kaslo Volunteers and sponsors - the key to SUCCESS

    We’ll say it right up front – this or any event doesn’t happen without its volunteers and sponsors – like all events in Kaslo. We are lucky to be in a town so willing to pitch in and help. Kaslo is already famous for its #KasloMayDays celebrations, the #KasloJazzEtc Music Festival and until now the Kaslo/Kootenay SufferFest.

    We invite you to be a valued part of this new event, the iDIDaRide-Run in Kaslo, by signing up for a GOLD, SILVER or BRONZE Sponsorship Package. Each package offers different benefits to your business, and all levels of involvement offer HUGE benefits to Kaslo economically and are a wonderful example to our visitors who may wonder about the lifestyle we lead. Help bring them back, cause we are way too much fun!

    To help sponsor this event as an individual or business click HERE

Kaslo and Area Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 329 | Kaslo, B.C. | V0G 1M0
Phone: 250-353-2525 | Email: thekaslochamber@gmail.com

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