Environment Canada has issued a Snowfall Warning Friday for Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass.
Environment Canada said snowfall total amounts of about 15 cm is expected.
“A Pacific frontal system is giving snow heavy at times to Kootenay Pass this morning,” Environment Canada said.
Northern Health (NH) is introducing new public health orders covering most of the NH region to manage COVID-19 activity.
The Delta variant is leading to faster transmission and more severe outcomes for people in communities with lower vaccination rates, including younger people. Immunization remains the most effective prevention against COVID-19.
Selkirk College students in Castlegar and Nelson will have more access to student housing as provincial funding for 148 beds in two new buildings has been approved.
These new buildings will provide more on-campus housing options, while helping to reduce rental-market pressure in both communities.
The city will be turning a sow’s ear of permissive tax exemptions into a silk purse of affordable housing as it charts a course on a new financial policy.
An analysis has been launched into the merit of adding a chunk of private land into the regional parks system.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay staff have taken up the mantle of exploration into the potential acquisition of 134 acres of land in Krestova — located in electoral Area H — to be used as regional parkland for outdoor recreation.
The real challenge in culturing a climate of low carbon homes in Nelson won’t lie with recruiting the city’s builders but ultimately in bringing the community onboard, says the city’s mayor.
September was a fun month, and October has started off with a bang said Kerry Reed of Reel Adventures Sportfishing.
Reed is ready to give the latest update for fishing on the West Kootenay waters.
As of Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, 88.8% (4,117,400) of eligible people 12 and older in B.C. have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 82.6% (3,830,063) received their second dose.
In addition, 89.3% (3,862,332) of all eligible adults in B.C. have received their first dose and 83.3% (3,604,199) received their second dose.
You've likely heard about the backlog across the country in diagnostic testing — like mammograms — due to COVID-19.
But you might not have heard about Cheryl Trevison, a Nelson retiree who learned she had breast cancer during COVID-19 and is now fighting it as you read.
Nathan Small of the Nelson Curling Club is heading to represent BC at the 2021 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship next month in Canmore, AB.
Small, second on Team Robillard, edged Matthew McCrady in the final of the AMJ Campbell B.C. Mixed Curling Championship Sunday in Kelowna.
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