Bill Metcalfe

Completion of Selous Creek line improves Nelson’s water supply

Project adds a new source of treated water

Nelson seniors housing project to start construction in the spring

Private development on Vernon Street will provide assisted living services as well as housing

Twenty-five cases of COVID-19 reported in Nelson, Castlegar and Trail in 2020

New data from the BC Centre for Disease Control shows numbers of cases per community

Live theatre comes to your Nelson backyard

LVR senior drama class will perform short pieces for households as a fundsraiser for the Capitol Theatre.

Nelson council discusses local business effects of pandemic so far

Report includes results of a summer business survey

Defence begins presenting evidence in Nelson jury trial of RCMP officer

Const. Jason Tait is charged with manslaughter after a Castlegar incident in 2015

Nelson council approves financial plan for new library, applies for major grant

City would fund $3.7 million of $13.9-million project cost

Nelson’s tax exemptions for non-profits exceed $55,000 for 2021

Groups that own property are eligible for exemptions if their work benefits the community

Snow expected today on Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass

Environment Canada has issued an alert about a frontal system that will cross the province today

Report presents grim Nelson housing stats

Mayor Dooley calls out neighbouring communities for lack of action on low income housing

UPDATE: Sinixt and B.C. argue rights at Supreme Court of Canada

The case of Richard Desautel was heard in Ottawa

Supreme Court of Canada hearing on Sinixt rights to be webcast Thursday

The hearing will start online at 6:30 a.m. local time

Supreme Court of Canada hearing on Sinixt rights to be webcast Thursday

The hearing will start online at 6:30 a.m. PDT

Have short-term rentals edged out long-term rentals in Nelson’s downtown?

The answer is surprisingly hard to find

Nelson council considering community garden at Seventh Street Park

Project would be run by a coalition of groups

Trial of RCMP officer begins in Nelson’s Capitol Theatre

Jason Tait is charged with manslaughter after an incident in 2015

Youth climate march lines Nelson’s bridge

About 110 people of all ages turned out Friday for the international event (see more photos below)

West Kootenay mother searching for son missing since Sept. 1

Police are investigating the disappearance of Cory Westcott

Province’s response to old growth forest report falls short, says Nelson scientist

Rachel Holt says province is saving areas that don't need protection, ignoring those that do

NDP acclaims Brittny Anderson as Nelson-Creston candidate

The provincial election will be held on Oct. 24