Nelson one of Canada’s best small towns

The website the Great Canadian Bucket List has named Nelson one of the best small towns to visit.

Nelson has again been recognized as a great place to visit and live by a national source.

The website the Great Canadian Bucket List named this community as the best small town in BC and one of the best in Canada.

The website states “the town’s laid-back lifestyle, location and quality of life has transformed it into an important arts community – an escape for artists, writers and musicians.”

It goes on to say that the “scenic mountain community has preserved its downtown heritage buildings, and many Victorian-era homes.”

It also notes that the people here embrace all forms of spiritual practice, that organic food and farmers markets are plentiful, it has a healthy outdoor lifestyle and has a “thriving music scene and coffee shop culture.”

Last month, Macleans magazine named Nelson as one of the 10 Canadian places to see in 2014.

To view the entire list of top small towns, visit the Great Canadian Bucket list at canadianbucketlist.com/canadas-best-small-towns.

Just Posted

EcoSociety asks city to become 100 per cent renewable

The plan would have Nelson ditch fossil fuels by 2050

Finding support at Community Connect

The 10th annual event offered free services, clothing and food on Saturday

RDCK calls for reversal of Sinixt extinction

The board opposed a land transfer to the Westbank First Nation this week

Nelson city council to update banner policy

Council will revisit the wording of the policy at its December meeting

Forecasters promote avalanche safety awareness

Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts to get proper training and equipment.

LVR Bombers volleyball team off to provincials

The senior girls’ squad secured a spot with a win over Trail last week

Winter kicks off in Nelson

Over 30 events are set to celebrate the snowy season

Man pleads guilty to Leafs recycling depot theft

Dezmond Waggoner had been charged with theft over $5,000

Nelson Leafs stretch winning streak to six

Jack Karran scored twice in the Leafs 6-3 win over Fernie

Nelson city hall selling bear-proof garbage bins

The city has purchased 100 bins and is charging residents $205

Most Read