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To The Editor:

The recent mail out by Kootenay-Columbia Conservative MP, Rob Morrison reeks of right wing short sighted rhetoric.

Appointed to O’Toole’s “shadow cabinet” for...

To Our Valued Customers:

Yes, Snowpack closed its doors on Wednesday (November 25th, 2020).

Snowpack found out a close person of a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

Snowpack, worried and concerned, spoke with Interior Health and...

As Kootenay International Hockey League fans know, the second week of league action was shortened due to travel restriction by the Provincial Health Office as there has been an increase in COVID-19 cases.

This has caused the KI  to pause play until December 7 or until the PHO decides it...

With the coronavirus COVID-19 raising havoc on the way the sporting public interacts, Mallard’s Source for sports thought this might be a good time to take a trek back down memory lane to find its Team of the Week.

Mallard’s Source for sports is going back in time to look at Teams from...

Oxygen Art Centre is pleased to announce Brian Lye as Artist-in-Residence throughout the month of December.

Lye is an internationally renowned filmmaker, artist, and educator who lives and works in Nelson. His practice is focused in analogue film production, merging the everyday with formal experimentations in play, special effects, and psychogeography.

Lye’s current body of work...

MADD Nelson Community Leader launches their Project Red Ribbon campaign to promote sober driving throughout the upcoming holiday season. 

Red ribbons will be available at Urban Legends located at 533 Baker Street and Buddy’s Place located at 358 Baker Street for anyone in the community to come in and pick up their red ribbon. 

MADD Canada’s red ribbon and red ribbon car decals...

FortisBC receives decision on interim 2021 electric rates

In a media release Thursday, FortisBC said the company has received interim approval from the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) for its interim 2021 electricity rates.

The interim approval will result in a 4.36 per cent general rate increase for its customers, effective January 1, 2021.

FortisBC said a residential customer with average use of approximately 12,000...

On Tuesday, December 1, Canadians have a chance to double their impact for nature. On Giving Tuesday, any gift to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) will be matched.

Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to give back to nature since nature has been there for us, especially during COVID-19. NCC is announcing a one-day-only match program giving people and businesses an opportunity to...