Loans Officer (LO): So you'd like to borrow $10.7 billion?
BC Hydro (BCH): Yes sir. It's for a hydro-electric dam.
In a media release, the City of Nelson said small backyard houses, also known as laneway houses, coach homes, or detached secondary units, have been permitted in for a number of years; however, very few homeowners have built a unit.
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Community Future’s Junior Dragons Den is inviting submissions for its fourth annual business pitch competition.
Modelled after CBC’s “The Dragons’ Den,” students in Grades 7 to University will pitch their business idea to a panel of local judges, in front of a live theatre audience, for a chance to win up to $1,500.
During the recent winning streak, the Nelson Leafs have waited teams out before finding some late offence to secure the two points.
Tuesday night at the NDCC Arena, the Leafs left no doubt which team would be smiling at the end of the game.
Canadian cities — including Toronto and Vancouver, which are experiencing an affordability crunch—can accommodate much more housing supply as they have much lower population densities than other major urban centres around the world, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
Environment Canada has updated its Snowfall Alert, ending its warning for most of the West Kootenay but continuing it for the Boundary Region with total amounts of 10 to 15 cm expected.
Power generation and using the lake to supplement city water head up the highlights of the course of direction charted by the newly minted water master plan, recently approved the city council.
Team Ticky-Tacka was pushed in the end, but still prevailed to capture the Nelson Youth Soccer Co-ed Christmas Tournament recently at the NYS Facility.
After blowing out their opponents through the round robin, Team Ticky-Tacka scored a 4-2 victory in the final.
Red Dog won the Masters Co-ed Title.
The Selkirk College Saints added a trio of top-notch players over the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) holiday break that will bolster the team’s presence on the ice heading into the second half of the season.
Julien Locke is making a strong case to be part of Canada’s Olympic Cross-Country Ski Team.
The Nelson native won the Classic Sprint race Friday at the Olympic Winter Games and Haywood NorAm World Junior/U23 Trials in Mont Ste-Anne, Quebec.
“I’m very pleased with the Olympic Trials sprint win,” Locke told The Nelson Daily.