Bill Metcalfe

Four members of Nelson and District Women’s Centre board resign

Centre is closed during COVID-19 and is currently hiring an executive director

Civic Theatre gets $2.7 million to add two more screens

The grant will allow two small theatres to be built in the back of the current auditorium

Nelson graduate student wins prestigious Vanier Scholarship

Sienna Drake, studying at McGill University, will receive $50,000 per year for the next three years

Nelson cyclist run over by truck

Driver ticketed for failing to yield right of way on left turn

West Kootenay logging blockader files police complaint, is sued by company

Jessica Ogden had multiple confrontations with RCMP and with loggers in 2019

Nelson’s transit hub will move to 300 block Victoria

Space needs to expand with anticipated service increase, says BC Transit

West Kootenay logging blockader files police complaint, is sued by company

Jessica Ogden had multiple confrontations with RCMP and with loggers in 2019

Nelson inviting applications for farmers’ market advisory committee

Deadline is July 3, application form is online

Rural businesses face RDCK recycling rollback

Industry, business and institutions may need to rethink their waste management

RDCK publishes 2019 payments to businesses, organizations and staff

Public document details salaries, expenses, and grants

UPDATED: Nelson will celebrate Canada Day online

One hour of ceremony and entertainment will replace the celebration at the park

Taghum-Blewett boat launch plans are dead in the water

Teck Metals Ltd. owns all potential sites, says they are all unsuitable

Province ignoring need to preserve old growth forests, says Nelson scientist

Report says more resources are given to harvesting old growth than protecting it

Province relaxes meat sale rules for Lardeau area farmers

Changes will help local food security and the north Kootenay Lake economy, RDCK chair says

Province signs agreement with Marilyn James to caretake Vallican heritage site

Sinixt leaders in Washington State say they didn’t consent, Heritage BC says they did

Nelson expands sidewalk cafe space limits during pandemic

New rules increase the number of parking stalls that may be used

Selkirk student singer wins June Lythgoe Scholarship

The scholarship assists vocal artists in the West Kootenay

Payment deadline extended for Cottonwood Lake group

The society needs to raise $180,000 by Aug. 31

Nelson residents question chief on police violence

Event was one of many across the world following the death of George Floyd

City of Nelson takes over farmers’ markets from EcoSociety

Markets start June 13 and will be run by the Nelson and District Youth Centre