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An anti- smoking bylaw is expected to be debated by council in June.
The case is B.C.’s first-ever environmental class action lawsuit
Letter critiques council on parking, street culture, and more
The increase will include funding for repairs to the Civic Centre arena
One of the unsuccessful applicants was the Nelson Cannabis Compassion Club
The appeal is expected to be heard in the fall.
City council approves redevelopment plan, but businesses are worried about parking
A state of emergency has been declared following a mudslide Monday
Local artist donates painting for May 7 Alzheimer walk
Second in a series of Q&As with the Nelson-Creston candidates.
The plans will include a waterfront park beside the Prestige.
Other award winners include Georama Growers, Community First Health Co-op, and the Adventure Hotel.
Court decision brings Sinixt back from 'extinction' in Canada
The historic case, which could redefine the status of the Sinixt in Canada, will probably be appealed.
Weaver and local candidate Kim Charlesworth will speak at Green Groundswell, a public event on March 28.
Nelson city councillor Michael Dailly thinks municipal salary increases should be tied to the average wage in the municipality.
Neither the college nor its faculty association will comment on the college's offer of a senior executive job to a convicted sex offender.
The Msatat family has been here 10 months and they say they have been met with overwhelming generosity after a traumatic time in Syria.
The new contract will run for four and a half years. The previous contract expired in January, 2016.
City council's rules about dispensary location and licencing will be in effect until the federal government comes up with new legislation.