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by Nelson Daily Editor on Friday Nov 26 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Those who placed a deposit on their Kutenai Landing condominium could have an avenue to get their money back, according to a Kamloops Daily News article.

On Thursday the Daily News reported a buyer in Kamloops’ Mission Hill project — who complained publicly...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Friday Nov 26 2010

By Daniel Betts

In 2004 Andrea Scholz and her partners conceptualized an idea regarding the structure of a community website. 

Chamber of commerce websites tended to service the business community, while city websites serviced the business of the city and were constrained by unrealistic budgets that cost them...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Thursday Nov 25 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

At least 90 jobs and $7 million annually in salaries will be injected into the region if the Jersey Emerald mine south of Salmo gets off the ground, the consultant for the tungsten mining project said Thursday.

Ed Lawrence told the Regional District of Central Kootenay board of directors...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 23 2010

By Brooke Campbell

Banish the dark, cold evenings of November and bring a little light and laughter into your life — and you might even win a prize.

Located at 182 Baker Street, The Studio is the city’s newest fitness spot to help you drop your daily cares and do the lovin’ thing for your body and soul. 

With a newly renovated location and some of the...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Tuesday Nov 16 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

The harmonized sales tax has hurt tourism across the province, but the city’s largest tourism operator has passed under the governmental blight relatively unscathed, says the hill’s general manager.

Brian Cusack said Whitewater Ski Resort managed to minimize and nullify the larcenous...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Tuesday Nov 16 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Anders Malpass relocated his multi-million dollar business to South Slocan last year from Prince George because the West Kootenay area was perfectly positioned for his company to prosper.

And his company responded, with Drop Designs earning a nomination this year from the Ministry of...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 15 2010

The Nelson Daily staff

Cancel one contract, pick up another.

With BC Hydro canceling the Glacier/Howser contract with AXOR on Friday, they announced they were purchasing clean electricity from the Zellstoff Celgar's green energy project.

The BC Hydro power grid will receive an infusion from the new 48-...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 15 2010

By Tom Atkins, Nelson and District Credit Union

It was 60 years ago today that the forerunner of the Nelson and District Credit Union had its beginning.

It was 1950 and the post-war economy was stable, consumer goods were filling the shelves, and a new fleet of buses had just replaced the clanging streetcars in Nelson’s...

by Nelson Daily Editor on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

Everyone builds affinity for the place they live in.

Some take it one step further than calling themselves “from” a place, however.

That step is the basis of newly minted Nelsonite Ryan Oakley’s Nelson Walking Audio Tour, a vocally-guided jaunt through the...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 09 2010

Nelson Daily staff

The wraps will be taken off the Green Energy Project at Zellstoff Celgar as the company hosts an official launch and ribbon-cutting for the energy-producing project this Friday.

The Green Energy Project is a $55 million investment in the pulp mill's power production capacity, which began operating in the...

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