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Montrose remains on boil advisory

Montrose is reminding its residents that the village is still on a boil-water notice.
Auditor wants BC Rail trial costs

Auditor wants BC Rail trial costs

B.C. Auditor-General John Doyle has applied to B.C. Supreme Court for details of the legal defence costs for Dave Basi and Bob Virk, convicted of breach of trust last fall for their role in the sale of BC Rail operations.

Residents push for year-round shelter

The need for a year-round shelter in Trail should be addressed, if a recent petition and community discussion is any indication.
Tax impact felt around the block

Tax impact felt around the block

As B.C. residents ponder the pros and cons of their vote in the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) referendum, the Trail Daily Times simply had to look around at its neighbours on Cedar Avenue in downtown Trail for a cross-section of businesses and the impact, good and bad, of the HST. Some businesses offered opinions others preferred to stay silent. Here’s what we’ve learned from our business neighbours.
Province reverses latest cuts to sheriffs

Province reverses latest cuts to sheriffs

Critics warn much more needed to unclog courts
Posties fear back-to-work ruling hurts union’s rights

Posties fear back-to-work ruling hurts union’s rights

Carriers will deliver federal social assistance cheques
Riot reignites B.C. police debate

Riot reignites B.C. police debate

After watching police from as far away as Abbotsford dispatched to help restore order in downtown Vancouver during last week's riot, people have found a new reason to support a single police agency for Metro Vancouver.
Waneta expansion project paying dividends locally

Waneta expansion project paying dividends locally

Hiring locally for hydroelectric projects in the region has created a pool of skilled workers to pull from for the $900 million Waneta expansion project and has been an economic driver, according to a representative from the Allied Hydro Council.
Crowe grads celebrate milestone

Crowe grads celebrate milestone

J.L. Crowe students celebrated their graduation on Friday.
Cleaning those hard-to-reach places

Cleaning those hard-to-reach places

Emcon and the Ministry of Transportation teamed up to give the Victoria Street Bridge a good scrubbing Thursday.