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Cannabis: Nelson council asks for public feedback

Forms are being sent out to households and businesses this month

Wife dies 4 days after husband killed in same car crash on Highway 3

Joan MacKinnon was taken to hospital following the collision on Saturday, east of Yahk

Nelson Ave. seniors’ housing zoning changes approved

Nelson Cares project could break ground this summer

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Nichola Lytle and the Children's Healing Experience Project (2)
Nichola Lytle and the Children's Healing Experience Project
Rare sperm whale spotted in B.C. coastal waters
Boushie's family say they have little faith in justice system

Urban deer translocation study wraps up

Study tracked urban deer removed from four communities in the East Kootenay.

COLUMN: Greg Scott on Nelson from 100 years ago

Defiant letter from the war front and a masquerade carnival

  • Feb 7th, 2018

West Kootenay teacher reprimanded for threatening, shaming students

Fred Barisenkoff admitted to several instances in which he ridiculed and embarrassed students

UPDATE: Cranbrook mourns firefighter

Tractor trailer and pickup truck with horse trailer collided head on

Bullying young refs, is this what we want in B.C. minor hockey?

Greater Trail Minor hockey referee denounces post-game confrontation with parent

WestJet flights from Cranbrook delayed till June

Company says operational requirements for service haven’t been met yet.

Wetland to be built at Duck Bay

Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society has received funding for the project

B.C. senior care improving, but most far below staffing target

Seniors Advocate finds 15% met care hours standard last year, up from 9%

Interior Health issues overdose alert for region

IH is urging residents who are using or considering using drugs to reconsider in the wake of a recent increase in suspected drug overdose deaths

Joint replacement surgeries resume at Trail hospital

Increased infections put elective hip and knee surgeries on hold in December

B.C. appeals Sinixt hunting case again

The government has applied to the B.C. Court of Appeal after losing at the B.C. Supreme Court

Two Invermere athletes off to Olympics

Manny Osborne-Paradis and Ben Thomsen to represent Canada in alpine skiing

Langley man named deputy BC Conservative leader

Ran for party in 2017

  • Jan 29th, 2018

Groups pitch 2018 budgets to council

Visitor Centre asks for first increase in ten years

Nelson’s dementia caregiver support group: learning to let go

Looking after a loved one with dementia takes an emotional toll