The Nelson Police Foundation continues to spread its wings through the community, fundraising to support programs not typically part of the annual police operational budget said Nelson Police Chief Paul Burkart in a media release.
Ed. note: The following is a press release issued by Toward The Heart, the harm reduction arm of the BC Centre for Disease Control:
It didn’t take long for the city to determine the fate of an application for a fourth recreational cannabis business for downtown.
In fact, council did not even have to debate the matter of Quadz Cannabis’ application for 752 Vernon St., which could have put the city at two cannabis enterprises over the allotted two for the downtown.
This week, representatives of 132 governments around the world released a United Nations report that issues a stark warning: the accelerating deterioration of nature is jeopardizing humanity’s collective future. The report is the most comprehensive-ever study of life on Earth.
More than 30 organizations from across the province joined together in Victoria on Wednesday to call for major reform to B.C.’s dated mining laws and regulations. Wildsight joined the group to call on the B.C.
We’ve heard a lot recently about the appalling amount of plastic waste being dumped into the world’s oceans and other waterways, and how plastic particles (both micro and macro) are killing off many animals that live and feed in and around the oceans.
Nelson Police is issuing a Public Safety message after the department received lab results from Health Canada following a seizure of suspected cocaine that was sent in for analysis.
Sunny skies made for a grand day on Baker Street in Nelson as gardeners flocked to the annual West Kootenay EcoSociety’s Garden Festival.
Trail RCMP were kept busy over the weekend with drug and alcohol-related calls – some examples of which are as follows:
A local couple got a rude interruption Friday night, according to RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.