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ArtWalk 2024 now accepting applications

Preparations for ArtWalk 2024 have commenced. Applications for artists and venues are now open. The Nelson & District Arts Council (NDAC) hopes to make the 36th annual ArtWalk another boom for artists and art lovers alike; 2023 was an overwhelming success, with over 40 artists participating at 23 venues around town. NDAC is asking business […]

CCPA economist provides Kootenays public transit analysis in Zoom webinar

The West Kootenay Transit Action group is hosting a Zoom webinar on the benefits of a major BC investment in public transit.  Economist Marc Lee from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, BC office will lay out the plan to make public transit affordable, accessible, inclusive, carbon-zero and a great experience for users.  Nelson City […]

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JA Company Program Spring Break Camp 2024, hosted by KAST

KAST (Kootenay Association for Science and Technology) and JA British Columbia are thrilled to announce the highly anticipated Spring Break Start-Up Camp. This free event is set to take place from March 18-22, offering an immersive experience designed to equip students with the knowledge and practical skills required to create their own start-up ventures and […]

Second arrest made in connection with motel explosion in Trail

Beginning on Feb. 10, 2024, Trail and Greater District RCMP began a search for 33-year-old Ryan Harp of Grand Forks, BC, in an alleged connection to an explosion on  Feb. 10, 2024, at a motel in Trail. Trail RCMP received assistance from the Southeast District Emergency Response Team and Southeast District General Investigation Section to […]

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Premier, minister issue statements on Pink Shirt Day

Premier David Eby has issued the following statement marking Pink Shirt Day: “Today, as people throughout the province proudly wear pink, we are reminded that we all have a responsibility to stand up against bullying. “The message of Pink Shirt Day is as relevant today as it was back in 2007, when two Nova Scotia high-school students stood up […]

RCMP investigate stolen trophy antlers, animal hides and ammunition

On Friday, February 9, 2024, the Fort St John RCMP received a report of residential break and enter to an abandoned property located on the 8200 block of 98 Street, Fort St John. Fort St John RCMP frontline police officers attended and found the rear door had been kicked in and various items stolen from […]

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