This season Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH Heli-Skiing) is expanding their Powder University curriculum to include five new trips under the all new Powder U.
Powder 101: The Intro – Girl’s School
Four-day program, March 8-12, 2012, CMH Revelstoke.
The group will have its own dedicated pair of guide/instructors to turn each run into an alpine classroom.
Nelson Police Department was called to an altercation involving two males Wednesday evening at the Occupy Nelson camp in front of Nelson City Hall.
At 7:30 p.m., NPD attended the scene where two males were engaged in a verbal dispute and disturbance.
NPD members conducted an investigation into the incident and it was alleged that a 25-year-old Nelson man entered the protest grounds in an intoxicated state.
Grand Forks joined the global Occupy Together movement on Saturday with a protest, music, sharing experiencees and adding their voice to the cause.
Over the three hours suggested for the protest, people came and went enjoying sunshine, snacks and commaraderie as they gave of their time and enthusiasm. The gathering was not marred by violence or outbreaks, unlike some of the protests worldwide.
A protest that started four weeks ago in New York's financial district found its way Saturday to the streets of Nelson.
Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is hosting information sessions about the Columbia River Treaty (CRT) in Trail and Castlegar. The sessions are hosted in partnership with local governments and the CRT Local Governments' Committee.
"The information sessions will help people who live in the Canadian portion of the Columbia Basin better understand what the CRT is, how it works and what considerations exist for the future," said Neil Muth, CBT President and CEO.
Wednesday, October 19
Castlegar and District Recreation Centre
2101 6th Avenue
The Nelson company that developed the popular Matrix multiple listing service platform used by 17 MLS service’s across North America has been sold.
One hundred per cent of Tarasoft Corp. was sold Sept. 15 to real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic for an undisclosed price.
There was no mention made whether there would be job losses in Nelson as a result of the sale, but U.S.-based CoreLogic said in a press release it would incorporate Tarasoft into its MarketLinx division.
A third new candidate has thrown his hat into the ring in the upcoming city council elections, slated for Nov. 19 (with advanced polling on Nov. 8 and 9 at the Community Forum from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.).