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By Contributor on Monday Sep 23 2019

Canadians trek to the polls on Monday, October 21, 2019 to elect a new government that will guide the electorate for the next four years.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Sep 22 2019

In case you didn’t know it, there’s a Federal Election campaign going on prior to voting on Monday, October 21, 2019.

But Election Day is not the only time voters can cast ballots.

By Contributor on Sunday Sep 22 2019

There is a well-known saying by educator and author Stephen Covey that goes: “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”

By Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Sep 22 2019

A gofundme page has been started for the 29-year-old woman from the Slocan Valley, rando

By Nelson Daily Staff on Friday Sep 20 2019

More than a 1,000 people marched through the downtown core of Nelson Friday as part of a Climate Strike, an event, organized by local Friday’s For Futures students, designed to put pressure on world leaders as they prepare to gather at a UN climate summit.

By Charles Jeanes on Friday Sep 20 2019

Some Elections matter more: this should be one

By Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Sep 19 2019

Not the best start of the season for the Nelson Leafs.

But as one player put it, we’re just getting started.

The Green and White are back in action for Week Two of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Friday when the club travels to Kimberley to meet the defending Kootenay Conference Champions.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Sep 19 2019

As the race for Kootenay Columbia seat in the House of Commons for heats up, The Nelson Daily will poll the candidates with a Question of the Week.

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Sep 19 2019

Nelson Police said that two people were taken to hospital following a knife attack Thursday afternoon near the corner of Stanley and Baker Street.

Police received multiple 911 calls of the incident at approximately 5:20 p.m. that tied up traffic on Nelson main street.

By Bob Hall on Thursday Sep 19 2019

When Buzz Gach was a kid, his grandfather would take him on Nelson’s historic Streetcar #23 during summer visits to the city. As a final project in the Millwright/Machinist Foundation Program at Selkirk College, Gach produced a part to help keep the beloved transport running smoothly on its tracks.