Letters

Abel Walker is benefitting from The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program thanks to public support of the Key Tag Service. Photo: War Amps

War Amps key tag mailing begins in Greater Trail

Key Tag Service continues to employ amputees and people with disabilities

  • Jan 19, 2023
There will not be an organized polar plunge on Jan. 1 at Gyro Park in Trail this year. The 44 Engineer Squadron is hoping to bring back the event in 2024. Photo: Trail Times

No polar plunge on Jan. 1 in Trail

Letter from Shane Batch

  • Dec 29, 2022
The Royal Theatre in downtown Trail. Photo: Royal Theatre

‘We have a lot to lose’

Letter from Jos Sharp of Trail

  • Nov 29, 2022
Photo: Royal Theatre

Harsh reality for The Royal Theatre has Trail movie-goer penning plea

Letter to the editor from Virginia Clover

  • Nov 23, 2022
Photo: Royal Theatre
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BC Rural Health Network pens letter to health minister

“We continue to request a meeting with you on healthcare in rural B.C.”

  • Oct 11, 2022
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Art from JL Crowe students brighten the walls of the downtown Trail shelter. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Columbia student writes, ‘Connection truly is the basis of healing’

Letter to the Editor from Emily Henry of Rossland

  • Aug 31, 2022
Art from JL Crowe students brighten the walls of the downtown Trail shelter. Photo: Submitted
Photo: Submitted

‘Do not spend any more of our taxpayer dollars on this ludicrous proposal’

Letter from Allen Yeske, Christina Lake

  • May 19, 2022
Photo: Submitted
Photo: BC Transit/Facebook

‘Over 3 months and still no bus’

Letter from Jennifer McCaw, Winlaw

  • May 19, 2022
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Argenta forest. Photo: Joe Foy/wilderness committee
Argenta forest. Photo: Joe Foy/wilderness committee
Zoe Gottwald lost her left leg, below the knee, due to a lawn mower accident. “With lawn cutting season here, I want every kid across the country to know they should never be around lawn mowers,” writes the War Amps teen-aged ambassador who hails from Alberta.

Canada War Amp Champ: ‘Never be near lawnmowers’

Message from Zoe Gottwald, 16, CHAMP ambassador

  • May 11, 2022
Zoe Gottwald lost her left leg, below the knee, due to a lawn mower accident. “With lawn cutting season here, I want every kid across the country to know they should never be around lawn mowers,” writes the War Amps teen-aged ambassador who hails from Alberta.
There are signs up at the Christina Lake Day use park at the south end of the lake, outlining development plans for campsites in this location. “This will impact people in the local area for park usage, and does not benefit local day use picnickers to the lake.” Photo: Submitted

Red flags raised over changes at Christina Lake public beach

Letter to the Editor from K. B. Gresley-Jones, Christina Lake

  • May 10, 2022
There are signs up at the Christina Lake Day use park at the south end of the lake, outlining development plans for campsites in this location. “This will impact people in the local area for park usage, and does not benefit local day use picnickers to the lake.” Photo: Submitted
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‘Generosity starts at home’

Donation to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital prompts Letter to the Editor

  • Apr 10, 2022
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LETTER: To the public from Kootenay Boundary family physicians and nurse practitioners

“People in our communities are still becoming seriously ill with COVID, lives continue to be lost”

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“Our hope as Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners is to, in collaboration with you as citizens, work towards repairing damaged trust and relationships.” Photo: Mulyadi/Unsplash

Letter from Kootenay Boundary practitioners

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  • Mar 3, 2022
“Our hope as Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners is to, in collaboration with you as citizens, work towards repairing damaged trust and relationships.” Photo: Mulyadi/Unsplash
(US Fish and Wildlife Service) Black Press file

Letter: British Columbia wolf slaughter

To: British Columbia Premier John Horgan and Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural…

(US Fish and Wildlife Service) Black Press file
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Gratitude for Greater Trail health advocate

Letter from Edward Staples, BC Rural Health Network president

  • Jan 20, 2022
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In total, 142 seniors at Rose Wood Village, Columbia View Lodge, Poplar Ridge, and other local seniors, received personalized Christmas gifts.
In total, 142 seniors at Rose Wood Village, Columbia View Lodge, Poplar Ridge, and other local seniors, received personalized Christmas gifts.
The December sock drive organized by the South-Okanagan West Kootenay Green Party EDA brought in hundreds of warm socks for the needy.

West Kootenay sock drive a success

Letter from West Kootenay EDA for the Green Party of Canada

  • Jan 18, 2022
The December sock drive organized by the South-Okanagan West Kootenay Green Party EDA brought in hundreds of warm socks for the needy.
B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie and Health Minister Adrian Dix. Photo: B.C. government

Every B.C. resident in long-term care is entitled to a designated visitor

Message from Isobel Mackenzie, B.C. Seniors Advocate

  • Jan 11, 2022
B.C. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie and Health Minister Adrian Dix. Photo: B.C. government