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BC Hydro defends Nelson staff cuts

BC Hydro defends Nelson staff cuts

BC Hydro says it will lean more heavily on community groups to deliver fish and wildlife programs in the region
New skatepark concept unveiled

New skatepark concept unveiled

The Nelson skateboard community got a glimpse into the future at an open house Tuesday night
Candidates talk homelessness

Candidates talk homelessness

An hour after the deadline for nominations in the upcoming election, those seeking office participated in the first all-candidates forum.

Forfeited house nets $106,000

A Nelson home where a grow-op was busted in 2010 has been sold through the province's civil forfeiture process.
Streetcar enjoys record year

Streetcar enjoys record year

Ridership on Nelson’s Streetcar 23 this year was the highest since the vintage tram was placed back on track in 1992.
Charlesworth bids adieu

Charlesworth bids adieu

Although Nelson city councillor Kim Charlesworth won’t run next month for mayor or council, it’s not for lack of desire.
Enter the cardboard village

Enter the cardboard village

Members of the Nelson Housing Initiative came up with a novel way to draw attention to Nelson's low vacancy rate last week.

Missing woman turns up in Nelson

A woman reported missing from her home in White Rock turned up safe and sound in Nelson last week.
Nelson gets glowing reviews in Los Angeles Times

Nelson gets glowing reviews in Los Angeles Times

Nelson and all its glory was detailed in Sunday’s Los Angeles Times travel section that reaches more than 900,000 print edition readers.
BC Hydro pink slips Nelson workers

BC Hydro pink slips Nelson workers

Seven employees at BC Hydro's Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program in Nelson and Castlegar will be out of work as of January.