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BC's auditor general claimed the carbon offsets program was "not credible" in achieving the province's carbon neutral initiative.
More staff cuts are coming as SD20 prepares to balance its books and fill in the blanks on its budget for the coming school year.
Sunday's fatal avalanche in Revelstoke claims local man
Results from a week-long city wide poll found that 60% of responders supported an increase in taxation to continue K-12 education.
Climate action plan takes time and money to implement
Group helps victims of disasters throughout Greater Trail region
A smoke alarm earned its keep early Wednesday morning when it alerted a family of four to a structure fire that had broken out.
MP Alex Atamanenko says federal budget short on results for rural B.C.
A change to hunting regulations to make the pursuit more accessible to youth and first-time hunters isn’t a win situation.
The Golden City will be part of a new study to help build and expand the labour market in the province’s resort communities.
Strategic Community Investment Fund money goes straight into municipal coffers.
Seniors and those suffering mental health, substance abuse issues
targeted in Interior Health projects
Discover Camping, the province’s camping reservation system, opened for another season Friday.
Spencer Beach spoke to the students for one hour on how the decisions they make now could greatly influence the rest of their lives.
The community-based program is being expanded in Trail and it intended to improve the lives of patients.
Despite worsening backcountry avalance conditions, people are getting the message and playing it safe.
The Akua Puali gala fundraising event in Fruitvale on March 23 will raise awareness for the need to house special needs adults.
The City of Trail will pay a little more but it will be of minimal impact to its operations, said Rino Merlo, deputy director of finance.
With Election Day on May 14, incumbent Katrine Conroy is the only declared candidate.
Montrose and Fruitvale have pulled out of the regional Liquid Waste Management Plan.