Letter to the Editor

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‘Let’s Save the Planet …’

Letter from Robin Siddall, Warfield

  • Dec 18, 2020
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Trail resident writes that he no longer feels safe in the city. Photo: Umit Bulut on Unsplash

Changing dynamics in Trail

Letter to the Editor from David MacKay

  • Dec 10, 2020
Trail resident writes that he no longer feels safe in the city. Photo: Umit Bulut on Unsplash
Greater Trail hospice has provided compassionate care to this area for years. Photo: Roman Kraft on Unsplash

Keep striving for B.C. hospice services

Letter from Ev Moorhouse, Trail

  • Dec 3, 2020
Greater Trail hospice has provided compassionate care to this area for years. Photo: Roman Kraft on Unsplash
Image: Interior Health website

Interior Health leaders address report on racism in health care

Letter from Susan Brown and Dr. Doug Cochrane

  • Dec 3, 2020
Image: Interior Health website
Is Warfield council acceding to global governance? Photo: Andrew Small on Unsplash

Is Warfield council acceding to global governance?

Letter from Thorpe Watson, Warfield

  • Dec 3, 2020
Is Warfield council acceding to global governance? Photo: Andrew Small on Unsplash
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Looking for the right to pursue life, liberty and happiness in Warfield

Letter to the Editor from Robin Siddall of Warfield

  • Nov 27, 2020
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Don’t expect face coverings to rid us of Covid

Letter to the Editor from Russ Babcock, Genelle

  • Nov 27, 2020
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Concern over permanent shelter in Trail

Letter to the Editor from P. Crain, Trail

  • Nov 26, 2020
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Trail Ferraro Foods recognized for diligence during pandemic

Letter to the Editor from Joslyn Sharp of Trail

  • Nov 26, 2020
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Hospice reminds locals to consider giving to this Greater Trail non-profit on #GivingTuesday. Image: Greater Trail Hospice Society

Consider Greater Trail hospice on #GivingTuesday

Letter to the Editor from Barbara Gibson, Warfield

  • Nov 24, 2020
Hospice reminds locals to consider giving to this Greater Trail non-profit on #GivingTuesday. Image: Greater Trail Hospice Society
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LETTER: Social isolation causing more harm than good

Author: people with compromised immune systems be protected and others be allowed to work, socialize

  • Nov 20, 2020
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LETTER: Joint replacement wait times in B.C.

Arthritis society’s call for government to make reducing wait times a priority

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Redpolls, pine siskins, pine and evening grosbeaks (pictured), and sometimes crossbills (red or white-winged) are the most common “suicide birds.” They form small or large flocks during fall and winter and consider B.C. highways prime habitat during the worst of the year. Photo: Jim Merritt

Sound your horn to help save B.C. birds

Letter to the Editor from Gord DeRosa of Trail

  • Nov 5, 2020
Redpolls, pine siskins, pine and evening grosbeaks (pictured), and sometimes crossbills (red or white-winged) are the most common “suicide birds.” They form small or large flocks during fall and winter and consider B.C. highways prime habitat during the worst of the year. Photo: Jim Merritt
Art Benzer (left) and Gordon McAlpine stopped by the Trail Times last week to show the more than 17,000 signatures from hikers who summitted the Montrose Flag Trail and Antenna Trail Loop. Photo: Jim Bailey

Antenna Trail advocates honoured by visitors

Letter to the Editor from Gord McAlpine of Montrose

  • Nov 3, 2020
Art Benzer (left) and Gordon McAlpine stopped by the Trail Times last week to show the more than 17,000 signatures from hikers who summitted the Montrose Flag Trail and Antenna Trail Loop. Photo: Jim Bailey
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Kudos to Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre

Letter from Deborah Shergold, Warfield

  • Oct 29, 2020
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Rocky Mountain big horn sheep get winter nourishment from the West Kootenay Big Game Trophy Association. Photo: Submitted

BCWF calls for better investment in fish and wildlife

Letter from the B.C. Wildlife Federation (BCWF)

  • Oct 21, 2020
Rocky Mountain big horn sheep get winter nourishment from the West Kootenay Big Game Trophy Association. Photo: Submitted
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital offers services including core physician specialties, 24 hour emergency and trauma services, Level 2 laboratory, acute and obstetrical care, psychiatry, and chemotherapy. Photo: Jim Bailey

My visit to Trail hospital

Letter to the Editor from Michael Plul of Cranbrook

  • Oct 15, 2020
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital offers services including core physician specialties, 24 hour emergency and trauma services, Level 2 laboratory, acute and obstetrical care, psychiatry, and chemotherapy. Photo: Jim Bailey
Single use plastics has a huge impact on the environment. Photo: Masha Kotliarenko on Unsplash

Plastics ban in Canada is a step forward

Letter to the Editor from Wildsight (Kootenay)

  • Oct 15, 2020
Single use plastics has a huge impact on the environment. Photo: Masha Kotliarenko on Unsplash
REDUN; We want to help find solutions. (Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash)                                “We are actively involved in Nelson, Trail, Castlegar and Grand Forks B.C.” Photo: Tim Marshall on UnSplash

Rural Empowered Drug Users Network; We are people who care

Letter from REDUN, former and/or current drug users, family, friends, and supporters/allies

  • Oct 13, 2020
REDUN; We want to help find solutions. (Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash)                                “We are actively involved in Nelson, Trail, Castlegar and Grand Forks B.C.” Photo: Tim Marshall on UnSplash
Small mammals (squirrels) are sold as pets at a market in Thailand. (Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals photo)

BC SPCA speaks out against the global wildlife trade

BC SPCA; Trade must be stopped in order to address the spread of zoonotic diseases

  • Oct 13, 2020
Small mammals (squirrels) are sold as pets at a market in Thailand. (Jo-Anne McArthur/We Animals photo)