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Prominent Slocan Valley environmental activist dies

Marilyn Burgoon was ‘tough and determined’

Ktunaxa, supporters celebrate protection of Qat’muk and the Jumbo valley

Speeches, acknowledgements and ceremonies mark an emotional gathering in Cranbrook

BC Green Party leader visits northern B.C. pipeline protest site

Adam Olsen calls for better relationship between Canada, British Columbia and First Nations

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Activists occupy Nelson's Bank of Montreal branch
Craig Korth's healing journey
Craig Korth, Nelson, B.C., instrument maker and tool maker
B.C. records 981 overdose deaths last year, down 36 per cent from 2018

Jumbo Valley to be protected, ending decades-long dispute over proposed ski resort

Development rights permanently retired for site of proposed year-round ski resort west of Invermere

FedEx distribution centre coming to Castlegar

Development permit for ground facility before council next week.

ANKORS among Columbia Basin Trust grant recipients

ANKORS is receiving $60,000 for a health promotion project

First 3D metal printer in rural Canada arrives at MIDAS Lab in Trail

MIDAS provides access to state-of-the-art equipment for fabrication and rapid prototyping

City of Kimberley finalizes sale of SunMine to Teck

Teck officially purchased the SunMine from the City of Kimberley on December 31, 2019.

Latest winter storm prompts West Kootenay travel warning

20-30 cm of snow expected overnight and into Thursday

Biologist and loggers disagree over Slocan Valley bear den tree

Wayne McCrory wants industry to move a planned road

Nelson Civic Theatre receives grant for Rural Arts Inclusion Lab

The Vancouver Foundation will provide $288,600 for the society to partner with Tiny Lights Festival

  • Jan 13, 2020

If B.C. adopts year-round daylight time, each East Kootenay town would pick own time zone

Kootenay East MLA Tom Shypitka stopped by a recent regional district meeting to explain

13 things you (probably) didn’t know about the Nelson Public Library

As the library marks its centennial, here’s a baker’s dozen of historical factoids

Programs available in West Kootenay for substance use challenges

Sign up now for two six-week programs in January and March

Snowfall warning issued for Highway 3

Environment Canada says Paulson Summit to the Kootenay Pass could receive 25 centimetres

Nakusp hospital staff praised for response during emergency

Power generator failed on New Year’s, but human spirit didn’t

Nelson loses snow-clearing appeal, new trial ordered

Taryn Marchi was injured on Baker Street in 2015 and claims negligence by the city

Rick Jensen retires as Chair of Columbia Basin Trust

Jensen spent seven years on the board, four as chair