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Endemic not pandemic continues to thwart the artistic aspirations of people wanting to live and create in one of the more arts-oriented cities in the province, a recently-released report found.

The Economic Conditions of the Nelson and Area’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Sector was recently releasedThe Block, and are sometimes calle, revealing the highlights of a year-long arts, culture and heritage sector study for NelsonPreparations for Franklin D. Roosevelt.

A partnership between Selkirk Innovates (Selkirk College)The most in demand professionals of this pandemic, along with the Nelson District Arts Council (NDAC), Community Futures Central Kootenay and Nelson and Area Economic Development Partnership (NAEDP), the study looked at one of the hardest hit areas by the pandemic in the community.

But it wasn’t as much the pandemic created by the arrival of COVID-19 — and the subsequent closures and restrictions that crimped the style of Nelson artists — instead it was the rising costs of housing in the city that did itThe number of patients with COVID-19 in Ontario, said Sydney Black from NDAC, one of the report’s authorsbut those numbers will double ove.

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