Columbia River

Photo: Tracey Tetreau

Not hidden treasure, hidden stain

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Trail first responders work together to locate troubled woman

She was taken to an awaiting ambulance and hospital for a medical assessment

 

Canada Border Services Agency issued a June 10 across-country reminder that border restrictions for fishing and boating in Canadian waters remain in place. Photo: Jim Bailey

Border restrictions for fishing and boating in Canadian waters remain in place

The CBSA and its law enforcement partners are actively monitoring Canadian waterways.

Canada Border Services Agency issued a June 10 across-country reminder that border restrictions for fishing and boating in Canadian waters remain in place. Photo: Jim Bailey
“The Spirit of Family” enhances the Beaver Valley both in the daytime and at night. Photo: Submitted

Family sculpture installed at the Fruitvale Memorial Hall

“The Spirit of Family,” by Spring Shine, was selected from 13 submissions.

“The Spirit of Family” enhances the Beaver Valley both in the daytime and at night. Photo: Submitted
The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file

Emergency call for help prompts advisory for Greater Trail

To get the man out safely and quickly, firefighters used the rescue boat to extricate him.

The man was extricated and taken to shore via the regional rescue boat. Photo: Trail Times file
A group of concerned citizens looking for government action at the Brilliant Flats gathered recently for a walk of the area. Photo: Jennifer Small

Brilliant Flats closed to motorized vehicles after mud-bogging damage

The area at the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers is being disturbed by mud bogging

A group of concerned citizens looking for government action at the Brilliant Flats gathered recently for a walk of the area. Photo: Jennifer Small
Jasper after he was reunited with his owners Mary and Brent Hummel. Photo: Steve Smith
Jasper after he was reunited with his owners Mary and Brent Hummel. Photo: Steve Smith
View of the Columbia River shoreline in Trail. Photo: Trail Times

Columbia Basin Trust welcomes new board members

Codie Morigeau and Aimee Watson join the Trust board

View of the Columbia River shoreline in Trail. Photo: Trail Times
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In a challenging year, work on Columbia River Treaty continues

Message from Kootenay West MLA Katrine Conroy

  • Dec 27, 2020
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Columbia Basin Trust provides almost $100M to programs

Columbia Basin Trust provides almost $100M to programs

Columbia Basin Trust is working on finalizing a short-term strategic plan

  • Sep 17, 2020
Columbia Basin Trust provides almost $100M to programs
Jubilee Park in downtown Trail on Aug. 19 overlooking the Columbia River. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Trust invites feedback on strategic plan draft

Columbia Basin Trust asks for feedback from residents to help guide future activities

Jubilee Park in downtown Trail on Aug. 19 overlooking the Columbia River. (Sheri Regnier photo)
Weekend sunshine made for perfect boating on the Columbia River. (Jessee Regnier photo)

BC Hydro to close navigational gate Aug. 25

The measure is temporary and necessary to complete repairs

Weekend sunshine made for perfect boating on the Columbia River. (Jessee Regnier photo)
Trail RCMP were called to help a man experiencing a mental health crisis on Friday. (Photo by Tim Mossholder on UnSplash)

Trail RCMP safely apprehend man experiencing mental health crisis

A number of frontline agencies were involved in bringing this incident to a peaceful resolve

Trail RCMP were called to help a man experiencing a mental health crisis on Friday. (Photo by Tim Mossholder on UnSplash)
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Columbia River Treaty continues during COVID

Message from Kathy Eichenberger

  • Jun 5, 2020
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Treaty talks continue through remote technology

Treaty talks continue through remote technology

Message from Kathy Eichenberger, B.C. executive director of the Columbia River Treaty team

  • Apr 28, 2020
Treaty talks continue through remote technology
Columbia River Treaty public consultation meetings are being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. File photo

Columbia River Treaty talks impacted by COVID-19 crisis

Public engagement sessions planned to be held this spring on the negotiations have been delayed

Columbia River Treaty public consultation meetings are being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. File photo
(Trail Times file)

Navigational lock closure extended at Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam

” … this closure will continue until … COVID-19 restrictions have been relaxed or rescinded.”

(Trail Times file)
Johnny Strilaeff, Columbia Basin Trust President. (Castlegar News file)

Columbia Basin Trust $11.7M for COVID-19

The funding will help businesses, First Nations, food banks, social service agencies and child care operators.

Johnny Strilaeff, Columbia Basin Trust President. (Castlegar News file)
The Kootenay River rises in B.C., flows south, and widens into the Lake Koocanusa reservoir, formed by the Libby Dam, 130 kilometers downstream at Jennings, Mont.

COLUMN: Borders and water: can Libby Dam’s operations help B.C. residents?

Columnist Eileen Delehanty Pearkes: The border may be closed, but the water is still flowing

  • Mar 25, 2020
The Kootenay River rises in B.C., flows south, and widens into the Lake Koocanusa reservoir, formed by the Libby Dam, 130 kilometers downstream at Jennings, Mont.