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by Lone Sheep Publ... on Monday Jan 10 2011

With the sad announcement this week that The Nelson Express is closing its doors after 22 years of operation, several things about the future of media in the West Kootenay have become much clearer.

by Nelson Daily Editor on Saturday Jan 08 2011

By Michael Jessen

It sustains human life, but it’s becoming the stuff of our trash.

Food is four-letter word beginning with an “F.” What’s unsavoury, gross and embarrassing is the amount of food that Canadians waste.

 

by Nelson Daily Editor on Saturday Jan 08 2011

By Michael Jessen

It sustains human life, but it’s becoming the stuff of our trash.

Food is four-letter word beginning with an “F.” What’s unsavoury, gross and embarrassing is the amount of food that Canadians waste.

 

by Nelson Daily Editor on Saturday Jan 08 2011

By Michael Jessen

It sustains human life, but it’s becoming the stuff of our trash.

Food is four-letter word beginning with an “F.” What’s unsavoury, gross and embarrassing is the amount of food that Canadians waste.

 

by Nelson Daily Editor on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

Introducing a new column for The Nelson Daily: Greening Up - What can I do?

Michael Jessen has been following energy issues since the 1973 oil crisis. He has authored more than 700 newspaper and online articles about sustainable lifestyles, waste reduction, and climate change.

by Nelson Daily Editor on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

Introducing a new column for The Nelson Daily: Greening Up - What can I do?

Michael Jessen has been following energy issues since the 1973 oil crisis. He has authored more than 700 newspaper and online articles about sustainable lifestyles, waste reduction, and climate change.

by Nelson Daily Editor on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

Introducing a new column for The Nelson Daily: Greening Up - What can I do?

Michael Jessen has been following energy issues since the 1973 oil crisis. He has authored more than 700 newspaper and online articles about sustainable lifestyles, waste reduction, and climate change.

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

One of the hallmarks of a democratic state is its commitment to free, public and political expression.

Indeed, no society can call itself truly democratic if it does not guarantee its citizens the inalienable rights to gather, communicate their opinion and demonstrate their support for or against any political position they wish.

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

One of the hallmarks of a democratic state is its commitment to free, public and political expression.

Indeed, no society can call itself truly democratic if it does not guarantee its citizens the inalienable rights to gather, communicate their opinion and demonstrate their support for or against any political position they wish.

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Dec 22 2010

One of the hallmarks of a democratic state is its commitment to free, public and political expression.

Indeed, no society can call itself truly democratic if it does not guarantee its citizens the inalienable rights to gather, communicate their opinion and demonstrate their support for or against any political position they wish.

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