Monthly Archives: July 2015

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    Now Available: HP Pavilion Mini-Tower Desktops Is your nonprofit bringing on new staff this year? Are there some clunky old desktops in your office in need of an upgrade? Check out these high-quality HP Pavilion mini-tower computers from … Continue reading

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ANOTHER GREAT YEAR FOR COLUMBIA BASIN TRUST

ANOTHER GREAT YEAR FOR COLUMBIA BASIN TRUST $22 million in programs and services delivered to the Basin over 2014/15 (Columbia Basin) – As it approaches its 20th anniversary, Columbia Basin Trust is pleased to announce 2014/15 was another year of … Continue reading

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Google’s Guide To Designing With Empathy

Google’s Guide To Designing With Empathy John Brownlee – Fast Company Designers can reach over 1 billion people just by keeping accessibility in mind, says Google’s Astrid Weber and Jen Devins. According to the World Health Organization, more than 1 … Continue reading

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Community Futures Central Kootenay – News

Community Futures Central Kootenay Youth Mean Business Under 30? Have a business idea? Come talk to us. Our new Youth Means Business program is seeking a couple more aspiring, young entrepreneurs (age 18 to 29) who would like to receive … Continue reading

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How a Hard Look at Business Changed an Artist’s Life

How a Hard Look at Business Changed an Artist’s Life by Carolyn Edlund, ArtsyShark Painter Carroll Swayze has a long and accomplished history as a successful artist and leader in the arts community. As an experiment, she studied the realities of running … Continue reading

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Summer Market July 23-26

SUMMER MARKET RETURNS FROM JULY 23-26 Circle Craft and the Craft Council of British Columbia are pleased to present 89 artists, artisans, and craftspeople at their third annual Summer Market! Join us against the beautiful backdrop of Burrard Inlet for … Continue reading

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Vantage Point News

  FROM THE VANTAGE POINT BLOG What is BOSS? You hear the word boss and immediately you think: “my supervisor” (a noun) or “ugh, orders” (a verb). Here at Vantage Point we’re taking back ‘boss’ and focusing on its new … Continue reading

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