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by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Oct 25 2011

Reel Adventures is getting into real television after inking a deal with a popular North American fishing show, The Dimestore Fisherman.

The show has been in existence since 1999 and has become very popular throughout Canada and the U.S., boasting a viewing audience of over 30 Million people.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Oct 24 2011

This season Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH Heli-Skiing) is expanding their Powder University curriculum to include five new trips under the all new Powder U.

Powder 101: The Intro – Girl’s School

by Boundary Sentinel on Thursday Oct 20 2011
Boss Power Corp. surrendered its uranium exploration and mining rights to the Province of B.C. for $30 million this week.
The negotiated settlement comes after Boss Power launched a law suit in 2009 after the province announced a prohibition against uranium exploration and development in 2008.
by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 18 2011

Some of the “Orange Crush” wave of newly-elected, young Quebec MPs will be in the West Kootenays at the end of October, joining in on local events.


by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 18 2011

Increasing places for international students in our post-secondary system is good for British Columbia, however, it needs to be done right.  On the one hand, increasing international education adds revenue to our provincial economy, a benefit for all British Columbians. 

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Oct 16 2011

A protest that started four weeks ago in New York's financial district found its way Saturday to the streets of Nelson.

by Contributor on Friday Oct 14 2011

Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is hosting information sessions about the Columbia River Treaty (CRT) in Trail and Castlegar. The sessions are hosted in partnership with local governments and the CRT Local Governments' Committee.

by Nelson Daily Editor on Friday Oct 14 2011

The Nelson company that developed the popular Matrix multiple listing service platform used by 17 MLS service’s across North America has been sold.

One hundred per cent of Tarasoft Corp. was sold Sept. 15 to real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic for an undisclosed price.