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Nelson Museum moving archives to online platform

This week at the city’s committee of the whole meeting, executive director of the museum Astrid Heyerdahl presented council with their Shaw TV digitization project which outlined the on-going efforts being made to digitalize Nelson’s historic archives.   In the presentation, Heyerdahl highlighted the importance of the project in order to...

Flood risk downgraded across region

The BC River Forecast Centre has ended the flood watches and high streamflow advisories that were in effect across our region. Rain is in the forecast for a couple of days, but will then warm up to temperatures in the high 20s. According to the BC River Forecast Centre, snowfall and...

Nelson safety concerns sparks visit by deputy premier

Provincial government officials will be in Nelson tomorrow answering questions around public safety as well as to attend the police board annual general meeting.   Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth will be accompanied by the Attorney General Niki Sharma will be taking media questions highlighting residential...

Gastrointestinal outbreak begins at Mountain Lake

Sixteen residents of Mountain Lake Seniors Community in Nelson have come down with gastrointestinal illness. Interior Health declared an outbreak on Monday, which is affecting the entire facility. It follows an earlier outbreak at Jubilee Manor that saw 22 resident and 14 staff cases.

RDCK approves funds for Nelson indoor soccer dome study

The Nelson Soccer Association has received a $5,000 grant from the RDCK to conduct a feasibility study for a $3.4 million indoor soccer dome that was proposed last fall.   The grant request was made at the RDCK directors meeting last Thursday and now that it has been approved, Nelson...

Kootenay-Columbia MP speaks out against Bill C-21

Bill C-21, which aims at introducing tighter regulations on firearms, has passed through the House of Commons by a vote of 207-113.  All 110 Conservative party MPs voted against, including Kootenay-Columbia representative Rob Morrison, who spoke out against the bill during the discussion.  "I agree that we need to have gun...
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