Attorney General and Minister Responsible for ICBC David Eby said Monday that the provincial government is committed to fixing systemic financial problems at ICBC to make life more affordable for British Columbians.
To Sir With Loveby Lulu topped the Billboard Top 100 chart.
A Man For All Seasons won the best movie at the Oscars to which Paul Scofield took home best actor in the same flick.
Elizabeth Taylor for her role in Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf was named best Actress.
The year of 1967 was also Canada's 100th birthday.
The future looks bright for a handful of local rugby players from Nelson after the contingent received invites to the BC Provincial tryouts this weekend at University of BC in Vancouver.
The Portland Loo has landed — in Nelson.
The public toilet has been installed by City of Nelson Public Works staff at the corner of Baker and Hall Streets near Pharmasave.
However, the Portland Loo, a low maintenance flush toilet with graffiti resistant steel cladding frame at an estimated cost of $140,000, is not quite ready for prime time as barricades circle the structure.
Many a Bomber player has used the L.V. Rogers Hangar as a springboard to post-secondary success.
Recently, Bomber basketball graduates Sian Nielsen, Josh Matosovic, Chase Rickaby, Robbie Dixon and Eamon Studer joined former L.V. Rogers coaches to host the 2017 Bomber Basketball Camp at the Hangar in Fairview.
The Kootenay Lake Partnership is hosting a series of public open houses in August.
The Nelson community lost an icon in the business industry in the Heritage City when Danny Rickaby died from a stroke suffered in January.
The Nelson Chamber of Commerce wanted to help remember Danny's dedication to business in Nelson by contributing to the “Downtown Dan Business Bursary” created in the memory of Danny Rickaby.
Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, a popular tourist destination located west of the British Columbia-Alberta border 48 km southwest of Banff, has been closed immediately the Southeast Fire Centre said in a media release Sunday.
Call it the bear necessities of life.
A local group is hoping to reduce the human conflict with black bears and grizzly bears in the Central Kootenay region, including inside the city of Nelson.
Cpl Dan Moskaluk said in a media release Friday, a team of RCMP investigators are continuing their investigation into last Saturday’s interface fire which occurred in the Okanagan Centre Rd area of Lake Country.
Moskaluk said a dedicated tip line has been set up to encourage anyone with information to contact police.