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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

Resilience and renewal: New book features stories and photos of Columbia River basin

Resilience and renewal: New book features stories and photos of Columbia River basin

Big River by Eileen Delehanty Pearkes and David Moskowitz gives a biography in words and portrait in photos of the Columbia River basin
Amanda Lindhout recounts trauma and gratitude at Nelson event

Amanda Lindhout recounts trauma and gratitude at Nelson event

Lindhout spoke to 200 people at the Nelson Star's annual Find Your Divine event
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
‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

One of the five sirens is now housed at the Nelson museum, others are decomissioned
West Kootenay employers would support job recruitment agency, study says

West Kootenay employers would support job recruitment agency, study says

Consultant Mike Stolte researched viability of the service
MELTDOWN: As water dries up, Creston Valley’s farmers worry for the future

MELTDOWN: As water dries up, Creston Valley’s farmers worry for the future

RDCK is studying the feasibility of additional water sources for the area
Sinixt Confederacy conducts ethnohistory training for West Kootenay businesses, organizations, governments

Sinixt Confederacy conducts ethnohistory training for West Kootenay businesses, organizations, governments

The event was attended by more than 500 people over three days
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