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New atlas of the Columbia River Basin released

New atlas of the Columbia River Basin released

The team behind the Columbia River Basin Biodiversity Atlas is pleased to announce that, after much hard work and collaboration, a new version of the Atlas is now available for everyone to experience at: biodiversityatlas.org.
Community dollars set for launch

Community dollars set for launch

In less than two months, Community Dollars will hit the streets of the Columbia Basin, and Robert Strutin, the designer of the currency and Nelson creative director for IMU Studios, couldn’t be more excited.

Youth invited to apply for $2,000 CBT awards

Columbia Basin students graduating from high school are invited to apply for the Columbia Basin Trust Youth Community Service Awards, valued at $2,000 and awarded based on volunteer community service rather than academic standing.
Valentine banquet a success

Valentine banquet a success

The evening of February 14 saw the True North Pathfinders in full uniform serving tables for guests at the Nelson Adventist Church’s Valentine banquet.

Students host evening for Africa

L.V. Rogers’ Social Justice 12 group is getting set to host the 5th annual Celebrate Africa Night of Local Talent this weekend.
Trafalgar students take lead

Trafalgar students take lead

Community spirit is alive and well at Trafalgar Middle School. Leadership students raised money for the Kerr Apartment fire victims through a schoolwide foosball tournament.

Seed exchange in the Valley on Sunday

The annual Slocan Valley Seed Exchange Day is happening this year at the Slocan Park Hall on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. and is a great opportunity for everyone to get in tune with the season ahead.
Local Lions dig deep

Local Lions dig deep

The Nelson Lions Club put smiles on the faces of several community groups earlier this month. This is the second year of the local club’s community grant program which is funded through their investment in the Osprey Community Foundation.
Wolf biologist brings you into the pack

Wolf biologist brings you into the pack

Wolves have found their place in folklore and fairy tale, mythology and mysticism. Finding their place in the landscape has been more challenging.
Celebrating French Culture

Celebrating French Culture

The maple snow table was a hot draw at the Winter Carnaval hosed by Canadian Parents for French at Trafalgar School this month.