The waiting is over–events for the Rossland Mountain Film Festival presented by the members of the Nelson & District Credit Union begin on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
As part of the Rossland Energy Diet, FortisBC is helping to brighten the holidays and save residents electricity by providing CFL bulbs and strings of LED holiday lights.
The biggest surprise for Mayor John Dooley came one day before Saturday night’s election results had been delivered — a landslide victory of nearly 1,300 votes over his nearest competitor.
Regional District of Central Kootenay polling station locations:
Candidates: Ron Greenlaw, Andy Shadrack
The people will have their say in the insurance tangle snaring single-family home owners on the village’s waterfront.
A public meeting has been set to find out if there is a public will to crack open the Official Community Plan (OCP) and zoning bylaws to amend them and allow single-family homes on the waterfront.
The Conservatives are hiding from opposition scrutiny by invoking closure to limit the Justice Committee’s debate on the government’s controversial omnibus crime bill, C-10, cccording to Alex Atamanenko, MP for BC Southern Interior.
The Province will fund a new Habitat for Humanity project in Grand Forks that will provide seven affordable homes for men with developmental disabilities.
The provincial contribution of $242,016 was made available through the January 2011 sale of Hardy View Lodge, a vacant building that was owned by the Province.
One day before Nelsonites head to the polls in the 2011 Municipal Election there is good and some bad news on how previous councils have managed taxpayer’s money in the last decade.