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It is rare to be able to meet all one’s own food needs. Here in the Kootenays we import as much as 95 per cent of our food.
During the last municipal election campaign the word “sustainability” was used so much, by so many
Local politics, with its emphasis on face-to-face interactions, challenges us to work with the range of perspectives
Down at City Hall, January turns our minds to budgeting.
Thank you to those of you who braved the elements and participated in our democracy.
Kootenay Barter was the Kootenay’s first stab at local currency.
When the gavel came down to end last Monday’s council meeting, I exhaled.
In 1986 some friends of mine were working in Nelson on the Steve Martin film Roxanne.
Nelson city councillor Candace Batycki looks at climate change, the Northern Gateway pipeline and KHAOS in this week's council column.
Last week I was doing a radio interview; the host introduced me as “perhaps Nelson’s greenest councillor"