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.
If readers get a little shiver when they hear the name Mark Nykanen, they could be forgiven: Nykanen’s name has become synonymous with literary thrillers of the seriously edgy variety.
Nykanen will launch two new novels on Tuesday, Aug. 2 at 7:30 pm at the Nelson Public Library.
Columbia Basin Trust has a new program to support youth in Basin communities. Community Directed Youth Funds (CDYF) will be piloted in six communities, including Nelson, and their surrounding areas this fall.
The helping hand of the Advocacy Centre is now available online.
The Advocacy Centre has always offered many handouts and guidebooks for anyone able to stop by the office in downtown Nelson.
Now, many of those resources are available online at the Centre’s newly designed website, making the Advocacy Centre’s services more accessible to anyone outside of Nelson seeking guidance.
A new grant for “Railtown” improvements and some progress with CP Rail on accessing some of their waterfront lands has the City’s Waterfront and Downtown Master Plan process well underway.