More than a 1,000 people marched through the downtown core of Nelson Friday as part of a Climate Strike, an event, organized by local Friday’s For Futures students, designed to put pressure on world leaders as they prepare to gather at a UN climate summit.
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As the race for Kootenay Columbia seat in the House of Commons for heats up, The Nelson Daily will poll the candidates with a Question of the Week.
Nelson Police said that two people were taken to hospital following a knife attack Thursday afternoon near the corner of Stanley and Baker Street.
Police received multiple 911 calls of the incident at approximately 5:20 p.m. that tied up traffic on Nelson main street.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Community Charter and the Local Government Act, the City of Castlegar will be conducting the Annual Tax Sale of lands for delinquent taxes at 445 13th Avenue, Suite 101, Castlegar, British Columbia commencing at 10:00am on Monday September 30, 2019.
In a surprise move Wednesday in BC Supreme Court, Miles Halverson pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the June 2018 death of Matt Reeder.
Reeder, 45, was assaulted by Halverson on June 5, while sitting on the sidewalk outside Pharmasave in the 600 block of Baker Street in downtown Nelson.
Reeder was taken by ambulance to hospital but later died of injuries.
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Myles Mattila is honouring former Kelowna Chiefs owner Grant Sheridan, who followed Mattila’s career since his bantam days in Prince George.
The navigational lock at the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam will be closed starting at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th. The lock will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, October 14th.
It took a long time for Slocan’s Donald Currie to load up the car for the return trip home from the BC Senior Games held last week in Kelowna.
The veteran track star dominated the oval track en route to winning, wait for it, seven gold medals in the men’s 85-89 division at the 2019 BC Senior Games.
Students, children, parents and everyone from the public is invited to the Climate Strike set to begin in front of City Hall in Nelson Friday, September 20 at approximately 10:30 a.m. Friday.
The event is part of a massive coordinated strike from school to protest government and business inaction on climate change.
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