Join the Chief and council of Splatsin band as they march from Enderby-Mabel Lake Bridge to Splatsin Centre to commemorate solstice and the multitudes of missing children who are now being discovered at Residential Schools across Canada. Stand in solidarity with our Splatsin hosts, honor the longest day of theRead More →

As EDEDA now assists not just those in Enderby and its immediate environs, but the entire Regional District of North Okanagan, the response to our e-business skills courses has been overwhelming! While we would like to be able to seat everyone in the courses they have requested in a timelyRead More →

… continued resilience. Enderby & District has weathered the ups, downs and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic with imagination, dedication and strength. Check out our local cafe, Country Coffee House, with its brand new menu, posted in the window – less time inside, safer for us all! You can enjoyRead More →

Check out this great new Best of Contest for our region at Do the Okanagan, a local promotional site for local business and tourism: Be sure to vote for our local Enderby noshery, Small Axe Roadhouse, and our fabulous local cafe, Country Coffee House! Why not let the world knowRead More →

… Closed Again? If you are a restaurant, fitness or other exercise studio or cafe and have been impacted by the new Circuit Breaker Lockdown, the BC Government has rolled out assistance for you.  This one-time grant can be applied to numerous costs for you and your business as aRead More →

It’s eerily similar to this time last year, isn’t it? Though we are all more familiar with the concept of pivoting to take-out, increasing our cleaning procedures and PPE use, changing our store or shop capacity limits and rearranging our stock to provide more space, there are a number ofRead More →

This post, originally shared on the EDCC site, features the work of current volunteers and workers at the Enderby & District Economic Development Association. EDEDA is going, virtually, to the BC Legislature for 2021 to ensure that everyone’s voices in our region are heard in this year’s budget discussion. DuringRead More →