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School District 20 - Grad plans still in place

Graduation ceremonies at Greater Trail’s secondary schools are still expected to pass in the face of the B.C. Teachers Federation ruling

Trail's Employment Services gets makeover

Trail’s WorkBC Employment Centre introduced a revamped Skills Centre at the beginning of April.

KBRH strives to fill gaps in anesthesiology department

The Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital’s anesthesiology department struggles to fill vacant positions, says a departing doctor.

Cash call for CBT funds tonight at Trail City Hall

Columbia Basin Trust will be hearing proposals tonight for the Community Initiatives Program at Trail City Hall in council chambers.

Silver City Days - Flicker of hope for fireworks downtown Trail

The Silver City Days fireworks display is in danger of being extinguished this year due to lack of funding.

Teachers’ plan shelves school activities

Some significant pieces of academic life will be missing as teachers now begin employing their job action strategy.

Selkirk College: Make your voice heard on higher education

Selkirk College is formulating a strategic plan to guide the college over the next five years, and they will be in Trail May 15 for input.
Teachers to yank after-school activities, face LRB order on report cards

Teachers to yank after-school activities, face LRB order on report cards

BCTF votes 73 per cent to withdraw extra-curricular activities as ruling orders teachers to complete report cards

Progress on teachers’ dispute gets failing grade

Negotiations between the province’s teachers and their employers in resolving their differences is receiving a failing grade.
Harcourt holds court in Trail

Harcourt holds court in Trail

Former B.C. premier Mike Harcourt speaks to Kootenay Boundary politicians at the opening of the AKBLG convention in Trail on Thursday.