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By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Tuesday Oct 04 2022

This is the first of a series of inside looks at the candidates for city council — both councilor and mayor — prior to the general municipal election on Oct. 15.


Biography: a closer view

I live, own a commercial building and operate small businesses in downtown Nelson.

By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Monday Oct 03 2022

City Hall is on a mission to go paperless.

The electronic records management project approved by city council in January of 2022 is officially underway — launching June 13 — with a pilot program earmarked for Development Services’ historical records and property files.

By Contributor on Monday Oct 03 2022

Since 2018, the Nelson & District Arts Council has partnered with the Nelson Youth Action Network to facilitate an annual youth mural project.

Youth artists receive mentorship from a professional artist and work collaboratively to create a large-scale piece.

By Boundary Sentinel on Monday Oct 03 2022

Even though summer-like weather continues into the fall, Grand Forks police note there has been a decline in calls for service.

Generally, the summer months keep police officers busy with a noted increase in calls for service and tends to tail off come September.

That is once again the case this year for the Grand Forks RCMP.