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Inquest in death of Kootenay man killed by RCMP begins in Nelson

Peter de Groot was shot near Slocan in 2014

Inquest in death of Peter de Groot begins in Nelson

De Groot was killed by an RCMP officer near Slocan in 2014

Nelson group planning for low-speed electric vehicles on city streets

Climate-friendly Transport Canada-approved vehicles would have a maximum speed of 40 km/hr

Nelson group planning for low-speed electric vehicles on city streets

Climate-friendly Transport Canada-approved vehicles would have a maximum speed of 40 km/hr

Logging begins near Nelson Nordic Ski Club trails

One ski trail will close, and the rail trail might sometimes be closed to ensure safety

Nelson fire department cleans up urban wildfire fuel on city property

Work will be done near Mountain Lakes, at the Mountain Station water intake, and in Art Gibbon Park

Kootenay-Columbia candidates discuss economic and social issues in online forum

The Nelson-based event was attended by about 60 people

BC Parks creates shaded fuel breaks in forests next to Nelson

The work is part of extensive wildfire fuel mitigation underway

Inquest into death of Peter de Groot set for Sept. 27 in Nelson

De Groot died in a 2014 altercation with RCMP

Nelson council to explore new housing density proposal

'Permanently affordable housing' is a program of Small Housing BC

Kootenay-Columbia candidates talk climate change in online forum

160 people attended event hosted by youth members of Fridays for Future

Redevelopment of Nelson Daily News building sparks affordability discussion at council

The project will add residential and commercial space to the west end of Baker Steet

Hope Air touches down in Nelson

The charity raises money for medical flights for those in need

Vaccine card plan leaves too many unanswered questions, says Nelson Chamber of Commerce

Enforcement and implementation are big issues for small business

VIDEO: Hundreds in Nelson protest against provincial vaccine passport

The event took place as cases surge in the city

‘We knew it was coming’: Climate Caucus responds to dire climate change report

The Climate Caucus is made up of 400 municipal councillors and regional directors

Hall Street pier reconstruction to start this fall

The first stage is to remove old pilings and deck

LETTER: Climate change should be No. 1 election issue

From reader Brian Zacharias

Nelson climate scientist responds to dire new IPCC report

Mel Reasoner says climate predictions are more certain and more urgent than before

BC Transit and SD8 could provide buses for possible Nelson wildfire evacuation

But the head of emergency management for Nelson says only the very vulnerable should depend on this