KAST organizes Growing and Learning with STEAM (GLOWS) programs for youth. During mid-August, the GLOWS program offered the Kootenay-wide Game Design with Virtual Reality Summer Camp.
Columbia Lake Technology Center is pleased to welcome Iris Energy to Columbia Lake and to the province of British Columbia. A global company with a home base in Australia, Iris Energy has recently acquired PodTech, our data center fabrication and operation company.
Columbia Lake Tech was thrilled to attend Clean Energy BC’s Powering Generations: Legacy to the Future Conference in Trail, BC this week and were honoured to have a role showcasing talent and teaching new ideas to our fellow Kootenay companies.
In Canal Flats, British Columbia, Columbia Lake Technology Center (CLTC) is developing a rural innovation hub. Through the hub, businesses can build on each others’ expertise and talent to thrive in the global economy. Infrastructure expertise, tech expertise, lifestyle opportunities unattainable in a big city, and affordable housing make CLTC the best place to move your business.