Michael Dailly

COLUMN: Council meetings — you’re invited

From Nelson city councillor Michael Dailly...

This may sound alarmist, but…

City councillor Michael Dailly weighs in on world issues and how they relate to Nelson.

COLUMN: Taking stock of how well we’re doing

Councillor Michael Dailly outlines some recent city council successes.

COLUMN: Affordable housing a priority

Councillor Michael Dailly writes about affordable housing from the city's perspective.

COLUMN: Create community karma: help a senior

Widening our definition of extended family to include unrelated seniors has the potential to improve the quality of life for all involved.

COLUMN: Looking for made-in-Nelson housing solutions

To say that finding a place to live in Nelson is a challenge is an understatement.

COLUMN: It’s time to prepare for BC’s silver tsunami

In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. wrote “In a real sense all life is inter-related. All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality.”

COLUMN: Happiness comes from deeds well done

The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to take stock of how we are living our lives.

COLUMN: Making a better world starts with us

We live in a pluralistic society in which many different interest groups compete for the right to determine how things go.

COLUMN: Thanks to those who pay taxes

Councillor Michael Dailly lauds a variety of progressive social and environmental activities in Nelson.

COLUMN: Lessons from the first six months

I am often asked “What have you learned in the first six months of being a Nelson city councillor?”

COLUMN: Police, health, and housing issues are interconnected

Councillor Michael Dailly: "What has become most clear to me over these past four months is just how everything is interconnected."

COLUMN: Joining Team City Council

Recently elected Nelson city councillor Michael Dailly offers his first column.