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Columnist Donna Macdonald says Canada is far behind many other countries in electing women.
Senior governments tax "billions of dollars out of communities and very little comes back to help run cities."
What can voters expect from you? What do you need to be thinking about and preparing for?
I’ve been noticing that, at long last, “climate change” has slipped into the general vocabulary.
Nelson councillor Donna Macdonald explains why she voted to approve the variances for the first phase of Nelson Landing
These days while you’re huddled around the closest source of heat, your city council is huddled around board tables.
What a beautiful summer we’re having. Just the right mix of warmth and sunshine, with some refreshing rain tossed in.
I often tire of hearing “collaboration” and “partnership,” both as words and concepts. But I like them when they work.
Sitting in her bright corner office, chatting about her upcoming retirement, Lena Horswill uses the word “grateful” a lot.
The luscious beauty of early spring in Nelson made the return quite easy
Happy First Day of Spring! This is such an interesting time of year in Nelson.
When it comes to how we conduct council meetings, these rules are very important.
This past Saturday, though, I spent five hours wandering Baker Street during Customer Appreciation Day.
The issue of resources for municipal governments is building momentum.
If it seems like our weather is getting weirder and weirder, it’s true.
Canada Day always leads us to contemplate our country and what we stand for, as we wave our little red-and-white flags
Anyone who thinks libraries are doomed like the dodo bird is dead wrong.
When I hit the kitchen to do some cooking, I always start by sorting things out, organizing and tidying.
Last week I watched with horror the news story about San Jose, California.
I certainly didn’t anticipate that my first column in this new term of office would be about dogs!