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Kootenay Blues presents Angelique Francis and Band

Kootenay Blues Society is pleased and honoured to bring Ottawa, Ontario blues artist, Angelique Francis and her Band to the Royal in Nelson on Wednesday, August 7, 2024.  Over the past few years Angelique Francis has established herself as a bona fide star on the Canadian Blues, Soul, Jazz and Folk scene. Her most recent […]

Ukrainian-born Nastasia Y plays Taghum Hall

The Canada – Ukraine connection will be strong at Taghum Hall on Wednesday, July 24, when Ukraine-born musician Nastasia Y arrives for a special workshop and concert as part of the Taghum Hall Presents performance series. The concert, performed with trumpet player Andrew McAnsh, starts at 7:30 p.m. outdoors at the Taghum Hall gazebo. The […]

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Op/Ed: Local Governments Congratulate Announcement of the Columbia River Treaty Agreement-in-Principle

The Columbia River Treaty (CRT) Local Governments Committee congratulates the Canadian and United States CRT Negotiating Teams for having announced an Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) for a modernized treaty after over six years of negotiations. This is an exceptional achievement for the five governments in Canada who have worked together to reach this agreement on a complex […]

BC Community Bat programs launch shirt, hoodie fundraiser

All areas of BC. The Community Bat Programs of BC invite you to embrace your connection to bats by wearing clothing that supports bat conservation. These unique clothing items have been created by BC artists passionate about bats. Fundraising efforts will go to the Community Bat Programs of BC to raise awareness about bats, help coordinate Annual Bat […]

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BC Highway Patrol floored by multiple excessive speeders

On the heels of a tragic trend of fatal crashes, BC Highway Patrol are pleading with drivers around the Province to slow down. BC Highway Patrol sent out a media release documenting a variety of tickets served during the past few days, including an officer with BC Highway Patrol Nelson witnessing a motorcyclist passing other […]

New provincial plastic regulations keeps harmful waste out of landfills

People in British Columbia will benefit from a cleaner environment and reduced waste from single-use plastics as new regulations come into effect. People will see less plastic waste in their communities as the next phase of the CleanBC Plastics Action Plan comes into effect. Beginning Monday, July 15, 2024, plastic shopping bags will no longer […]

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