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RDCK releases draft climate action plan

The RDCK is seeking community input after they released a draft climate plan to the public. According to a media release, the RDCK climate action strategy will outline a path to create a healthier, more resilient region while centering on the rural experience, integration of equity into climate action, and...

RDCK reduces pool hours due to lifeguard shortage

Aquatic centres in Castlegar, Nelson, and Creston will see their hours reduced due to a shortage of lifeguards. In Nelson, starting April 1 the pool will be open on weekends from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rather than the present 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In a media release, the Regional...

CBT funds 10 projects aimed at ecosystem health

Over $2.9-million from the Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) will help pay for projects aimed at enhancing biodiversity and ecosystems. CBT officials said $2.6-million will be split up among four large-scale projects. Meanwhile, six smaller-scale and short-term initiatives will get a share of $316,000. "Basin residents have been clear in expressing their priority...

UPDATED: Man wanted by Nelson RCMP arrested

Nelson RCMP say a man wanted after missing a court date has been located. Jason Robert Renwick, 37, was found in Castlegar and is being held for a bail hearing. He's accused of aggravated assault, assault causing bodily harm, break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence, and fail...

Something in the water in Silverton

The Village of Silverton says it’s taking action to ensure residents have safe water after a recent review of their operations found they were non-compliant with provincial water regulations and had deficiencies in their operations process. According to a media release by the village, a “thorough review” is being conducted...

Updated OCP will reflect Nelson’s diverse needs, city council hears

Imagine what Nelson will look like in 2050. Do you like what you see? That was just one question council addressed as they started to update the official community plan over the next two years. According to Nelson’s development services department, the plan is a set of bylaws which sets...
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