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by Bob Hall on Wednesday Feb 14 2018

With a full semester of foundational learning complete, students in the Selkirk College Hairstylist Program are now welcoming customers to Nelson’s Silver King Campus.

The Selkirk College Hair Salon has opened its doors for cuts, deep conditioning, colour services, highlighting and more. This year’s class is now booking appointments for both women and men.

“This is a vital part...

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 14 2018

Grand Forks RCMP are recommending numerous charges after a male took police on a chase that ended in Midway late Tuesday night.

In a media release Wednesday, police said the eight-hour chase started at approximately 3 p.m. in Grand Forks near the Interfor mill.

Police said the complainant was able to provide a description of a suspect and vehicle the suspect was operating.

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by DeSmog Canada on Wednesday Feb 14 2018

By Sarah Cox, of DeSmog Canada

The B.C. government tried to steer clear of controversy over liquefied natural gas exports, the Site C dam and fish farms in the Speech from the Throne Tuesday....

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Feb 14 2018

No matter where you are, make sure to send a smile, a laugh or a hug to whoever you see, your sweetie included, on this Valentine's Day 2018.

And from staff at The Nelson Daily, Happy Valentine's Day!!!

by Contributor on Tuesday Feb 13 2018

MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Nelson is bringing a powerful message to local students about the dangers of impaired driving with a powerful education program called The Pact.

The Pactis MADD Canada’s 2017-2018 School Assembly Program, which shows students the risks and consequences of driving while drunk and/or high.

Road...

by Contributor on Tuesday Feb 13 2018

On February 6, Member of Parliament Wayne Stetski held a telephone town hall on Canadians’ pensions.

Stetski was joined on the call by NDP’s Pensions Critic Scott Duvall. Duvall has introduced a Private Member’s Bill (PMB) which will amend Canada’s bankruptcy laws to require companies to pay employee pensions before any secured creditors or CEO bonuses.

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by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Feb 13 2018

Basketball officials throughout the province are at is again, joining forces to raise money and awareness to its Pink Whistle Campaign.

The annual campaign, which runs during the month of February strives to raise funds for all cancers.

"There's a lot of us in our association that have been dealt the pain cancer can deliver," Bruce Fuhr, West Kootenay Basketball Officials...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Feb 13 2018

The Nelson Leafs Autism Awareness Campaign was a big hit on an off the ice as the Hockey Society brought the neurodevelopmental disorder to the forefront during a recent five-game Kootenay International Junior Hockey League home stand at the NDCC Arena.

Another winner was Sam Kitch, who won the autographed jersey by the Vancouver Canucks.

Mallard’s Source for sports would like to...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Feb 13 2018

The Mount Sentinel Wildcats earned a split during a three-team West Kootenay High School Boy’s Basketball Playday held recently at the South Slocan based gymnasium.

The Wildcats opened the event with a tough 62-50 loss to Boundary Central of Midway.

Mount Sentinel evened the score in the later game, thumping Nakusp Cougars 74-43.

In the opener Mathies Bergendahl poured in...

by Timothy Schafer on Monday Feb 12 2018

In an effort to get the train moving on the redevelopment of Railtown the city is considering four bylaw amendments to encourage private development in the area.

Of the four bylaw amendments, two will be going to public hearing — the Official Community Plan and the Zoning Bylaw — while Off-Street Parking and Landscape Bylaw and the Subdivision and Development Bylaw passed third reading...

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