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Bill Metcalfe

Bill Metcalfe

I have lived in Nelson since 1994 and worked as a reporter at the Nelson Star since 2015. I report on a mix of topics including municipal government, social issues and the arts with my work earning several provincial journalism awards.

Phone
250-352-1890
Email
bill.metcalfe@nelsonstar.com

Recent Work by Bill

Not just flower power: Nelson exhibit celebrates intentional communities

Not just flower power: Nelson exhibit celebrates intentional communities

The exhibit captures the adventurous and optimistic spirit of the back-to-land movement
Nelson council lays out where and when unhoused residents may camp

Nelson council lays out where and when unhoused residents may camp

Council names allowable locations and time, and sets out rules about personal belongings
'We should be in crisis mode': B.C. wildfire ecologist

'We should be in crisis mode': B.C. wildfire ecologist

Bob Gray delivered a talk in Taghum on how we need to rethink wildfires
New Denver event marks 30th anniversary of internment centre

New Denver event marks 30th anniversary of internment centre

The Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre was created in 1994 on the preserved site of a wartime camp where Japanese Canadians were imprisoned
Nelson Bridge may be widened for bikes

Nelson Bridge may be widened for bikes

But the start date for construction is not clear
Nelson Museum officially opens Queer Archive as permanent exhibit

Nelson Museum officially opens Queer Archive as permanent exhibit

The Nelson Museum Archives and Gallery officially opened its permanent exhibit celebrating LGBTQ2S+ history on June 14.
Tango lovers meet in Nelson for weekend marathon

Tango lovers meet in Nelson for weekend marathon

‘It becomes a passion. It almost takes over your life’
Kootenay Boundary’s last walk-in clinic will close in August

Kootenay Boundary’s last walk-in clinic will close in August

Ancron Medical Centre says workload has become unsustainable
New film links Vietnam War protests with Doukhobor history

New film links Vietnam War protests with Doukhobor history

Heart of Gold, directed by Patricia Gruban, will premiere June 15 in Castlegar
Q&A: Kidnapping survivor, author Amanda Lindhout to speak in Nelson

Q&A: Kidnapping survivor, author Amanda Lindhout to speak in Nelson

Lindhout will speak about recovery after 15 months of violent captivity in Somalia
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