Trail Times Staff

Photo: Sheri Regnier

Nursing program begins at Trail college campus next month

LPNs scope of practice is geared towards stable patients and predictable outcomes

Photo: Sheri Regnier
Join Shawn Hook at The Bailey Theatre on Jan. 21 for an intimate solo piano show celebrating his talent. Photo: Submitted
Join Shawn Hook at The Bailey Theatre on Jan. 21 for an intimate solo piano show celebrating his talent. Photo: Submitted
With the help of several local businesses, the Sinful Kings motorcycle riding club held its first Coats for Kids event at the Fieldhouse last month, providing families with much needed warm weather gear. Photo: Jeremy Brown

Riding club rallies ‘Coats for Kids’ drive in Trail area

Club will set up table at Breakfast with Santa at the Warfield hall, Dec. 4, 9-11 a.m.

With the help of several local businesses, the Sinful Kings motorcycle riding club held its first Coats for Kids event at the Fieldhouse last month, providing families with much needed warm weather gear. Photo: Jeremy Brown
The Welcome Back Monarchs planting day was part of the society’s Pollination Pathway initiative and TLC’S Fort Shepherd Conservancy Area’s ongoing land stewardship programming. Photo: Submitted

Volunteers add 1,000 native plants to Fort Shepherd

Fort Shepherd has experienced loss of biodiversity from industrial pollution and off-road vehicles

The Welcome Back Monarchs planting day was part of the society’s Pollination Pathway initiative and TLC’S Fort Shepherd Conservancy Area’s ongoing land stewardship programming. Photo: Submitted
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Teck Family Series returns to the Trail stage, Sunday

Next year the series continues with two performances that emphasize movement and joy

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At 7 a.m. on Jan. 3, 2023, many of BC Parks’ campsites will open for reservations. Photo: File

B.C. camping reservations open soon for 2023

More than 5,000 people have signed up to be part of user-experience research

At 7 a.m. on Jan. 3, 2023, many of BC Parks’ campsites will open for reservations. Photo: File
L-R: Brooke Leathermanfrom the Kalein Centre and Trail Hospice chair Brenda Hooper navigate transfer of Navigate program to ensure Nav-CARE services will continue uninterrupted for all of West Kootenay benefit. Photo: Submitted

Hospice Society navigates care into West Kootenay communities

Trail Hospice ensures Nav-CARE program will continue to provide services throughout region

L-R: Brooke Leathermanfrom the Kalein Centre and Trail Hospice chair Brenda Hooper navigate transfer of Navigate program to ensure Nav-CARE services will continue uninterrupted for all of West Kootenay benefit. Photo: Submitted
For information on the proposed Lower Columbia Community Health Centre Network, visit: kootenayclinics.org. Photo: Canadian Press

Learn about the Lower Columbia Community Health Centre proposal

Group proposing new health centre to serve Rossland, Warfield, Trail, Montrose, Fruitvale, Area A & B

For information on the proposed Lower Columbia Community Health Centre Network, visit: kootenayclinics.org. Photo: Canadian Press
The long COVID project is the second phase of a project funded by the BC SUPPORT Unit, which initially learned more about the impact of pain. Photo: Unsplash

Project seeks Kootenay citizen-scientists to help solve long COVID puzzle

“No one knows more about it than the people who live with it”

The long COVID project is the second phase of a project funded by the BC SUPPORT Unit, which initially learned more about the impact of pain. Photo: Unsplash
Brenda Hooper, chair of the Greater Trail Hospice Society, invites all to Grief Support Training workshops. Photo: Jim Bailey

Greater Trail hospice course addresses loss and grief

“The pandemic has resulted in an increase in grief, both from death and changes in how we live.”

Brenda Hooper, chair of the Greater Trail Hospice Society, invites all to Grief Support Training workshops. Photo: Jim Bailey
Regional firefighter Mike Parsons encourages residents to upgrade carbon monoxide detectors this week. Photo: Submitted

Trail fire station offers free CO detectors, while supplies last

Replace old carbon monoxide detectors with free replacements while supplies last

Regional firefighter Mike Parsons encourages residents to upgrade carbon monoxide detectors this week. Photo: Submitted
Teens who want to participate have until Nov. 15 to submit their entries. Image: Interior Health

Interior Health invites young artists to ‘Take a Breath’

More information on how to enter the contest can be found at www.interiorhealth.ca/takeabreath

Teens who want to participate have until Nov. 15 to submit their entries. Image: Interior Health
Applications open for the new Rossland Yards building. Photo: Jim Bailey

Tenant applications open for Rossland Yards

The afforable housing building is expected to be ready for occupancy in March or April 2023

Applications open for the new Rossland Yards building. Photo: Jim Bailey
L-R: The Technical Advisory Group came together to help craft the RDKB Climate Action Plan, including Mark Stephens, manager of emergency management; Freya Phillips, senior energy specialist; Goran Denkovski manager of infrastructure and sustainability; and Donna Dean, manager of planning and development. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Boundary regional district takes bold climate action

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary releases Climate Action Plan

L-R: The Technical Advisory Group came together to help craft the RDKB Climate Action Plan, including Mark Stephens, manager of emergency management; Freya Phillips, senior energy specialist; Goran Denkovski manager of infrastructure and sustainability; and Donna Dean, manager of planning and development. Photo: Submitted
The Office of the Seniors Advocate has released its updated long-term care home directory for 2021/22 which now also includes information on all publicly-funded assisted living facilities in British Columbia. Photo: Unsplash

Assisted living added to B.C. long-term care directory

The directory is available online and via hard copy by request.

The Office of the Seniors Advocate has released its updated long-term care home directory for 2021/22 which now also includes information on all publicly-funded assisted living facilities in British Columbia. Photo: Unsplash
Eileen Delehanty Pearkes. Photo: Submitted

‘The Geography of Memory’ book tour stopping in Trail

Author brings new and expanded legacy of Sinixt people to Trail in free event at The Bailey

Eileen Delehanty Pearkes. Photo: Submitted
Jared Domin of Sparwood won two $500 gift certificates by entering his catch in the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive Program. Photo: contributed

East Kootenay angler wins Kootenay Lake prize draw

More than 13,400 trout have been pulled from the lake and entered over the last three years

Jared Domin of Sparwood won two $500 gift certificates by entering his catch in the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive Program. Photo: contributed
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Mock emergency training at Trail Regional Airport, Thursday

Flights will not be affected; however, the airport will be closed to the public

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Photo: BC SPCA

BC SPCA offers 50 per cent off adoption fees until Oct. 29

Apply online or visit your nearest BC SPCA Community Animal Centre during regular hours

Photo: BC SPCA
Chips and sawdust fly, as a worker cuts down a dead pine. Photo: Don Bodger

Teck begins wildfire mitigation work in Rossland

The 8-week job will mostly be completed weekdays during daylight hours

Chips and sawdust fly, as a worker cuts down a dead pine. Photo: Don Bodger