Whistler to open Canada’s first pod hotel

Pangea Pod Hotel to feature units big enough to fit a queen-sized mattress and not much else

Did a Canadian shoot down the Red Baron? A century later, debate hasn’t quit

Om April 21, 1918 two Canadians in their canvas-covered Sopwith Camel biplanes engaged the enemy

VIDEO: Canadian teen lands invite to Royal wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have invited Faith Dickinson, founder of Cuddles for Cancer

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  • Apr 18th, 2018

Update on Hwy 3A east of Castlegar

West Kootenay District working on clearing large landslide

Canada’s oldest blood donor says it’s all gain, no pain after decades of giving

Great-grandmother and Coquitlam, B.C., resident has been donating blood since the late 1940s

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Whistler to open Canada's first pod hotel
Ontario teen at Royal Wedding
Activists confront Trudeau with 'Crudeau Oil' signs, banners
NDP gives Liberal budget 'failing grade' on gender equality

Greenhouse greenery

Flowers and plants are blooming at Columbia Valley Greenhouses

B.C.’s annual 4-20 protest still relevant: spokesman

Most schools in Delta, Coquitlam, and North Vancouver will be closed Friday

Turbulent Trail

The roar of run-off into the Columbia River can be heard from Bay Avenue in downtown Trail

New home for Kootenay South Métis Society

The Kootenay South M├ętis Society welcomes the community to an open house on Wednesday

  • Apr 17th, 2018

Is Canada losing its love for Tim Hortons?

One-third of Canadians say they think less of the franchise, poll says

Sex robots could help your marriage: UBC prof

Economics professor writes about demands of the modern marriage in new book

Hockey on the Trail riverfront

Hockey memorabilia of Trail players on display in Riverfront Centre window

Only good luck black cats at Trail BC SPCA on Friday the 13th

What do black cats have to do with Friday the 13th anyway?

Happy 100th Birthday Iona!

Iona McQuary has been a Trail Times subscriber for 70 years. She turned 100 on Wednesday.

Who’s afraid of Friday the 13th?

Is friggatriskaidekaphobia harmless fun, or should we be proceeding with caution today?

What you see …

Early morning fog shrouds downtown Trail and Teck smoke stacks, while the deep river runs on.

PHOTOS: British Columbians show their support for Humboldt with ‘Jersey Day’

People across the province donned their hockey jerseys to show support for the Humboldt Broncos

VIDEO: Getting soaked at Shames Mountain’s Slush Cup

Skiers and snowboarders share tactics on how to make it safely across the icy pond

#JerseysForHumboldt reaches all corners of B.C. to honour bus crash victims

Thousands have taken to social media to post messages of support for Humboldt Broncos, families