Interior Health realizes the holiday season can often be viewed as a time filled with fond childhood memories, happy family traditions, and joyful events.
Although most of us have some happy times during the holidays, many of us also experience more difficult emotions, such as loneliness, stress, depression, and anxiety.
A new study finds that BC’s news media frequently reinforce the assumption that there is an inevitable trade-off between environmental protection and job creation.
One of the city’s newest developments could be a little more than was first proposed.
The height of the next Nelson CARES project on Nelson Avenue — known as Lakeside Place — has been approved for an increase in maximum height from 13.5 metres to 15 m, around five feet higher.
BC Hockey announced Monday that forward Reece Hunt of Nelson has been selected to represent BC at the at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta from February 24 – March 3, 2019.
Santa and staff at The Nelson Daily would like to wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a very joyous and prosperous Happy New Year.
The past year has been an incredible year and staff at The Nelson Daily thank everyone for helping grow our readership.
British Columbians have decided to stay the course in regard to Electoral Reform.
A total of 42.6% of registered voters voted 61.3 per cent to retain the current first-past-the-post system in a mail-in referendum in the results released by Elections BC on Thursday. Proportional representation received 38.7 per cent of the vote to change.
Kalesnikoff employees were out again playing the role of Santa’s elves leading up to the holidays as the group once again helped bring the spirit of the season to 47 local Nelson and Castlegar families with the third annual Hope for the Holidays.
By Marc Lee
Another winter storm is brewing for most of the major highways in Southern BC, including Highway 3 the Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass said Environment Canada Thursday.
The storm is due to an approaching low-pressure system will track inland Thursday and across the BC interior into the evening, including the Boundary, West Kootenay and Kootenay Lake regions.
Concerned citizens upset over the potential logging of private lands surrounding Cottonwood Regional Park and the Nelson Nordic Apex Ski Trails jammed the Rod and Gun Club Wednesday night to formulate a plan on how to stop the owner from continuing to rape the hillside south of Nelson.