Local News

FLNRORD proposes changes to B.C.’s fishing regulations

The public is invited to comment on the changes until Jan. 11, 2019.

Off-road vehicles caught in sensitive B.C. wildlife habitats to net $575 fine

Areas include all BC Parks and southern mountain caribou habitats

City of Trail looking to fill old library space

Once the Trail Riverfront Centre was complete, the library service moved into the new building

The Josie Opens
Craft growers will add to recreational market: Cannabis producer
Trudeau says a less partisan Senate is good for democracy
Tommy Chong says Canada took wrong approach to pot legalization

Trail appoints new utilities superintendent

A Utilities Superintendent is a key overseer of water and waste management in the city

Trail citizen nabs alleged thieves in action

Two wallets were stolen from a vehicle in Trail: Citizen tracks down suspects

West Kootenay police take 18 impaired drivers off the road

Eight drivers were criminally impaired, says Sgt. Badry from West Kootenay Traffic Services

VIDEO: Kootenay teen writes song dedicated to accident victim’s family

Alexx Iachetta wrote “Consequences” after Wayne Kernachan’s death struck close to home.

West Kootenay ski hills could see impact of El Nino this winter

The weather phenomenon brings slightly milder temperatures to the area

B.C. RCMP ramp up road checks

Motorists should expect to see a heightened police presence as CounterAttack launches Dec. 1

Christmas tree fundraiser underway in Trail

Saturday, Dec. 1, is National Christmas Tree Day in Canada

Trail-based company and partners earn Clean Energy award

Austin Engineering is part of an innovative partnership that won Operational Excellence award

  • Nov 29, 2018

Volunteers sought for Kootenay Boundary Patient Advisory Committee

Committee will include 6-9 patient/family reps, one IH rep, and one rep from KB family practice

RBC donates $40,000 for Youth Employment Boot Camp

The two-part curriculum will help young adults on obtaining, maintaining, and retaining employment

  • Nov 28, 2018

Trail RCMP: Service not affected by curtailed hours

The next council meeting in Trail chambers is slated for Monday, Dec. 10 at 6 p.m.

Rossland recreation survey finds support for arena, sort of

Council released the results of a survey on recreation priorities

Business community, lifestyle draws new chamber boss to Trail

The Trail and District Chamber of Commerce currently has 251 members from Rossland to Fruitvale

Over 12,000 rural households in Columbia Basin to access high-speed internet

The Columbia Basin Trust project has taken more than three years

  • Nov 28, 2018

VIDEO: Tribute to fallen tow truck driver fills Castlegar streets

Convoy honouring Wayne Kernachan highlights need for caution at accident scenes

Trail association gets $50,000 for new accessible van

A $50,000 B.C. gaming grant will be used for a new vehicle at Trail Association for Community Living