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Trail pot retailers facing costlier licences

Business licences for NMC retailers may cost 10 times more than “traditional” retail licences

Record-breaking $113 million Lotto Max jackpot up for grabs

This is Canada’s highest top prize offering ever and includes 53 Max Millions

Greater Trail referendum gets ‘yes’ support

Polls run from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on B.C.’s Municipal Election Day

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Head-on collision near Castlegar sends two to hospital

Accident closed Hwy 22 while rescue operations took place.

Now that pot is legal, where can you smoke it?

Municipal and provincial bylaws are in place to regulate where pot can be smoked in B.C.

RDKB targets organics in waste reduction plan

Green bins may soon be coming curbside in Rossland, Trail and the Beaver Valley

Putting a price on priceless pieces of Trail history

Toronto duo marvels at Trail museum’s sports memorabilia collection and Trail Times archives

Endoscopy Campaign wraps up at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

The KBRH Health Foundation recently held a donor ceremony for contributors to its $450,000 tally

Warfield mayor wants to bring back block parents

RCMP investigating indecent exposure incident that happened Tuesday near Warfield School

Rossland Arts Council looks to future after 20 years of arts promotion

Anniversary party planned for Saturday night at Miner’s Hall

Updated: ICBC starts lawsuit over Trail acid spills

Hundreds of vehicles have been written off by ICBC due to sulphuric acid contamination

Warfield gas station switching to Petro-Can

“As long as everything goes well, we will open (for gas) Nov. 9,” says Christine Coombes.

Nelson council relents on medical cannabis licences

Dispensaries will remain licensed until Dec. 31

Trail RCMP looking for suspect in indecent exposure incident

Four children were allegedly victimized while walking home from Webster Elementary School.

ICBC files lawsuit over Trail sulphuric acid spills

ICBC has filed a Notice of Civil Claim for costs incurred from Trail sulphuric acid spills

Trail business awaits word on retail cannabis licence

The Province of BC will takeover online sales, and has the only store licenced to open Oct. 17

Trail Sk8 Park will open by end of October

The grand opening celebration will likely be delayed until warmer weather in the spring

Flu shots available in Trail pharmacies

IH: “It is important to get a flu shot yearly because influenza viruses change from year to year.”

  • Oct 9, 2018

Denesiuk announced as Liberal nominee for South Okanagan-West Kootenay

Connie Denesiuk ran for the first time in 2015, losing to current MP Cannings

Kootenay growers call for ban on hemp production in region

Concern that low-THC hemp could spoil outdoor-grown cannabis crop