Martin Luther had a dream of an end to racism.
The West Kootenay EcoSociety also has a dream of an end to the reliance on non-renewable energy sources in Nelson by 2050.
On Monday in city council chambers the region’s premiere environmental organization shared its dream on transitioning the city to 100 per cent of its net energy from renewable sources by 2050.
Mounties in Kelowna helped to prevent an elderly Kelowna couple from falling victim to the prevalent Grandparent Scam and want to warn others.
On November 21, 2017 a concerned couple in their 70’s attended the Kelowna RCMP Detachment on Richter Street seeking police assistance in locating their grandson. The elderly man and woman arrived at the detachment’s front counter with cash in hand, with intentions of posting bail for their grandson’s release from custody.
“My number one motivation for being active on climate change is my six-year old daughter, Grace, and my concerns for the world she is coming into.” – Rik Logtenberg, Nelson BC
Last month father Rik Logtenberg took his concerns for his daughter’s future to Ottawa, where he joined 50 other volunteers from across Canada to lobby Parliament for more effective climate policies.
The Nelson Daily, in conjunction with Selkirk Paving and Startup Nelson, is hosting an evening of discussion with a group of Nelson business owners from the Millennial Generation who want to make the Heritage City home.
The local entrepreneurs are either starting their own business or have taken over an established place of work from their Boomer generation parents.
The Selkirk College Saints had a ten-game winning streak come to a sudden end in Langley after the Trinity Western University Spartans handed the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League’s (BCIHL) top team its first loss of the season, 3-2, on Friday night.
The Saints traveled west for a weekend roadtrip that started at the Langley Events Centre, home of the second-place Spartans.
The chain of events on the evening of September 4, 2017 has more than a few people scouring the mountain side looking for fragments from the meteor that crashed down.
And now a business owner turned meteor-hunter from Crawford Bay believes to have found fragments from the meteor that landed in a remote area of the Kootenays during Labour Day weekend 2017.
“I just knew it was one the second I saw it,” Crawford Bay resident Lorrie Rhead told The Nelson Daily.
Environment Canada is advising the public of a driving Alert for interior highways.
Teams from throught the southern interior of the province have set Nelson for the next stop on the curling calendar as the Heritage City club plays host to the Doug Bothamley Memorial Open Cash Spiel November 24-26.
The cashspiel is names in honour of longtime curler Doug Bothamley.
The avid curler spent countless hours in the rinks around the Kootenays coaching competitive junior and women’s teams, competing and volunteering with Curl BC.
Currently there are 20 teams from the Okanagan and Kootenays entered.
The Trail Smoke Eaters would like to announce the commitment of Bryce Anderson for the 2018-2019 season.
Anderson, a forward, currently plays for the Yale Hockey Academy Prep team after spending last season with the Valley West Hawks of the BC Major Midget Hockey League. In 15 games this season, Anderson has registered 27 points for the Yale Prep team and has also tallied two goals in three games as an AP for the Smoke Eaters this year.
Another blast of winter is expected to hit the mountains in and around the West Kootenay says Environment Canada.
"A cold front will continue moving across the BC interior today," said Enivronment Canada.
"Snow over Highway 3 - Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass is expected to intensify this afternoon. Periods of snow will persist through tonight as the front stalls over the area. Total snowfall amounts of 20 to 25 cm are expected by Thursday morning."