Two military aircraft will highlight one of the largest single-day events in the West Kootenay as Nelson Flighfest gets off of the ground this Saturday.
By Dr. Brenda Gill
The first two articles discussed what environmental toxicity was all about, what type of symptoms are indicating a toxic overload and some of the simple solutions to removing them from your body.
This article will discuss supplements and herbs that would be helpful.
If you missed the five-day window in which to purchase tickets to Shambhala Music Festival when it opened in late spring (before it sold out), this story won’t do you any good.
And if you do have tickets to one of the biggest festivals in Western Canada, this story probably won’t do you any good either — you are already there.
A few days after several Nelsonites protested at City Hall over transit cuts, BC Transit has made it known there could be further changes to the local schedules as they undertake a region-wide review of the service.
The Tall Man may be the latest film to be shot in the West Kootenay, but a recent infusion of cash for Kootenay Columbia Film ensures it won’t be the last.
The Province handed the Nelson-based film commission $30,000 Wednesday to continue to attract and provide services to film and video producers from around the world.
The luck of the Irish had nothing to do with this.
During the June annual meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities held in Halifax, Nelson Mayor John Dooley was re-elected to his fourth term on the organization’s board of directors.
An eight-metre tall bronze sculpture of a blue heron, created by internationally-recognized artist Jock Hildebrand, will soon have a home in Nelson.
The City had the opportunity to have the sculpture donated by the developer that commissioned it, in exchange for a tax receipt.