Council Reports shared during this Tuesday’s Committee of the Whole meeting, April 19th, heard Councillor Rik Logtenberg apprehensively bring the matter back up following a March 22nd appearance from Kootenay Freedom representatives.
Colin McClure takes over in early June after 11 years as the City of Nelson's head of finance and had Deputy CAO added to his responsibilities recently. The Chartered Accountant has also been the Director of Finance for Selkirk College.
They thought their beloved budgie was gone forever. Charlene Pasotti of Trail said the three year old bird had never been outside until getting out in a child's hoodie and flew away with a group of wild birds. It turned up the next day at a house six blocks away and across the river.
It's the fourth robbery of a local CIBC branch since March 1st. Grand Forks RCMP said a man in a light blue hoodie with a blue buff over his face, demanded money saying he had a gun and fled with a large sum of cash shortly after 4pm Thursday.
A cannabis store owner in Nelson says cafes and cannabis niteclubs are just two ideas the province should be looking at in its consideration of social consumption venues. Jim Leslie is also an advocate of cultivation site tours.
While some areas of North America have an over-abundance of dogs and strays, a local animal lover hopes that bringing them back to the Kootenays could benefit those pups while also fighting local back-yard breeding.
Investigator's detailed report into code of conduct complaints against Trail Mayor Lisa Pasin and Councillor Sandy Santori states council is "very fractured" and noted the document could lead to more disrespectful and disruptive behavior.