Our Town

British Columbia’s Great Highway turns 70

Today, the real wealth of the Crowsnest Highway encompasses more than mining, energy and forestry.

  • Sep 4, 2019

Trail Kidney Walk

Every step is a giant leap forward in the fight against kidney disease.

Trail Rec Report: Calling out potential pickleball players

Trail Parks and Recreation boasts a variety of spring activities for all ages, sign up today

Carnival for a Cause

The community is invited to Gateway Christian Life on Sunday for a family-friendly event

Back to school safe driving tips

Drivers reminded to be on extra alert and obey speed limits in school zones

  • Aug 29, 2017

Railway park, a community showcase in Fruitvale

The Fruitvale park was recently featured in a provincial Communities in Bloom publication

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Shelter Point Distillery
Shelter Point Distillery
Scheer flips flapjacks, appeals for votes on Calgary Stampede circuit
What the Duke of Ed Youth are all about

Ride to Survive

Jacob Kooman of Trail rode across Canada raising funds for cancer

  • Aug 15, 2017

Trust will provide $900,000 through its new Energy Retrofit Program

Columbia Basin Trust provides $900,000 this year through its new Energy Retrofit Program

  • Aug 11, 2017

Only certain masks protect against forest fire smoke

Masks must be rated ‘N95’ and labeled a particulate respirator to protect against wildfire smoke

PLACE NAMES: Tadanac

The Trail neighbourhood of Tadanac was once a separate municipality, with its own reeve and council.

  • Aug 11, 2017

Slicing through City Bakery history

Looking back 120 years into Trail history, told from those who lived it and baked it

City postpones Whispers of Hope closure

The organizations will vacate the riverfront property within six months.

Tour showcases local artists and cultural sites

The 9th annual Columbia Basin Culture Tour goes this weekend in Trail and Greater Area

  • Aug 9, 2017

City Bakery closing after 120 years

Family behind century-old Trail bakery looks to the future

Replenishing Trail

Tree planting symbolizes Rotary’s ongoing efforts to replenish Trail hillsides

What you see …

If you have a recent photo to share, email editor@trailtimes.ca

  • Aug 4, 2017

If it’s too hot for you, then it’s too hot for your pet

Dr. Elaine Klemmensen offers advice on keeping cats and dogs safe in the summer heat

Bears like long weekends too

WildsafeBC reminds the public to stay safe in the back country and control your attractants

Runway project gets green light from Trail council

A $4.2 million rehab of the YZZ runway is scheduled to begin in September

Local 480 donation helps Salvation Army after robbery

Thieves made off with the Salvation Army donation box last week

  • Aug 1, 2017