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January 2020
By Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 15 2020

Enviromment Canada has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Boundary/West Kootenay.

Environment Canada said a Pacific storm is forecast to bring heavy snow to this part of the Southern Interior beginning Wednesday evening with snow continuing through Thursday before tapering off Thursday evening.

By Trail Champion on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

Two arson fires in Trail last week have not been proven connected, but police indicate they may well be looking for the same suspect in both cases, according to RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

He said the first fire was started in a bathroom at McDonald’s.

By Contributor on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

The BC SPCA is urging British Columbians to support the inclusion of animals in the province’s Emergency Management Legislation.  The B.C. government is seeking input on modernizing the legislation until Jan. 31, 2020.

By Contributor on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

Dear Premier Horgan,

On November 23/24, 2019, BC teachers and the NDP held meetings at the same venue in Victoria, BC.

Over 200 teachers met on one side of a “steel-gate” and you, and 800 of your colleagues, met on the other side.

By BC Hydro on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

The navigational lock at the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam is currently closed for repairs to the floating guidewall which was damaged by the recent extreme weather. The floating guidewall is critical to ensure safe access into the lock from Arrow Lakes Reservoir. The navigational lock will remain closed until further notice.

By Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

Count’em up — Richard Sevigny, Keith Acton, Patrice Brisebois and coach Steve Shutt are just a few of the former Montreal Canadiens ready to take to the ice at 7 p.m.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

By Jesse Cole, The Nelson Daily

The Cottonwood Lake Preservation Society (CLPS) has a little under a year to raise $750,000 and save Cottonwood Lake park. 

By Letters to the editor on Tuesday Jan 14 2020

To The Editor:

A mindboggling 292 square kilometer open pit mine in norther Albertais quietly working its way through the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s approval process.

This behemoth relies on relentless growth in oil demand at a time of growing climate instability.