When Silver Star Mountain opened for the 1957-58 ski season, all the talk was the new day lodge, a two-story A-frame structure tucked in the upper village just off a run now known as Chalet Alley. From almost anywhere on the hill, you could see smoke billowing above its snow-capped triangle rooftop. Inside, skiers warmed their wool socked feet by the fire, played a round or two of canasta, and ate ham sandwiches wrapped in parchment paper. Life at “The Star” was good.
This special promotional issue features Okanagan business profiles told in their own words plus a full feature on second, third and fourth-generational family businesses prospering in the Okanagan Valley.
The 2017 Progress magazine celebrates Okanagan business stories.
The 2016 Progress magazine celebrates Okanagan business stories. Our cover story by writer Bruce Kemp celebrate Small Business Success in the Okanagan. Our Review column Self-employed includes some poignant words from well loved writer…
The 2015 Progress celebrates Okanagan business stories.