Press Clippings

The Globe and Mail - Peter Neal's kitchen

Peter Neal’s kitchen is ‘where everything happens’
By Deirdre Kelly

Soon after purchasing his 1950s detached brick home in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood five years ago, Peter Neal – who co-owns, with his sibling Chris, Neal Brothers Foods, a food distribution, marketing and production company – commenced a full-out renovation that saw him tear down the old structure to rebuild a new one from the foundation up.


CBC Early Edition - Secret of my Success: Kicking Horse Coffee

Chris Carter has another successful local business story, this time with organic and fair trade roasted Kicking Horse Coffee.


Kootenay Business - Best Places to Eat & Drink

Check out the 3rd annual list of the best places to eat and drink in the Kootenays!

Kootenay Business is pleased to bring you this new list of award winners that recognizes readers’ favourites when it comes to eating and drinking establishments in the Kootenays. This list was compiled from nominations submitted by our readers who completed the reader survey printed with an earlier issue this year.


Calgary Herald - Have Invermere all to yourself

It’s possible to enjoy this Columbia Valley jewel — without bumping into your neighbours
By Sarah Deveau, For the Calgary Herald

"It’s nice to know the locals don’t mind the hordes of my city brethren, but I wondered if it was possible to visit Invermere without running into the whole of northwest and southwest Calgary?


Fresh Cup - Retailer Spotlight: Kicking Horse Coffee

Retailer Spotlight: Kicking Horse Coffee, Invermere BC
By Chris Ryan

The town of Invermere isn’t exactly a specialty-coffee powerhouse. Though its location in eastern British Columbia between the Canadian Rockies and the Purcell Mountains provides plenty of picturesque backdrops, the outpost—with a population of 3,000 that swells to about 10,000  when tourists descend in the summer—


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