Nelson business community gathers to confront poverty

Nelson at its Best hosts business owners at the Hume Hotel

New exhibit at Touchstones celebrates the evolution of local artists

Upstream Benefits explores the past decade of art and culture in Nelson

  • Nov 15th, 2017

Vancouver Island woman draws portrait of B.C. fire chief who was swept away by floods

‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.

Public rallies around B.C. woman after life-altering brain aneurysm

A GoFundMe page has been set up after a Langley mom was hospitalized

VIDEO: B.C. chef is cooking with bugs

Jason Malloff is making fine cuisine out of insects

Eating Bugs with Jason Malloff
    AquaVan 150 wraps up cross-country tour in Vancouver
      Event showcases aboriginal achievements
        There's a buzzz around Central City

          COLUMN: Effusively, gratefully yours

          Anne DeGrace salutes the Friends of Nelson Elders

          • Nov 8th, 2017

          Team B.C. wins second straight bronze at nationals

          B.C. defeats Saskatchewan 2-1 in overtime.

          • Nov 13th, 2017

          Vote for Nelson as top ski town

          The USA Today poll runs until Nov. 20

          Save power after Daylight Saving

          Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

          • Nov 3rd, 2017

          Kootenay Literary Competition returns

          The deadline for submissions from writers across the Kootenays is December 31

          Ernest Hekkanen’s swan song

          Local author prepares to release last issue of The New Orphic Review

          Kootenay Lake Summit begins Saturday

          The fifth annual event features workshops and presentations about the lake

          Keep your pets safe this Halloween

          Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

          B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

          Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

          COLUMN: Nelson in October, 1967: End of a bad fire season and a mystery hole under the lake

          Columnist Greg Scott on life in Nelson 50 years ago…

          • Oct 29th, 2017

          Jon Steinman: pushing our food boundaries

          Steinman is the founder of the Deconstructing Dinner film festival, which starts next week

          VIDEO: Lisel Forst isn’t normal

          Wacky thespian busting out her stand up comedy chops

          Sheep on the lam in Penticton

          Not black sheep, but pretty baaaah-d

          Shuswap residents step up for family in Puerto Rico

          Mara Landing caretakers grateful for fundraising effort for their kids