City of Trail

Student protesters brought an emotional message against sexual violence to the SD 20 school board office at Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey

Kootenay Columbia students rally against sexual violence

Students carried a powerful and emotional message to SD20 school board office at KCLC

Student protesters brought an emotional message against sexual violence to the SD 20 school board office at Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey
Enquiries may be directed to the Trail FAIR Society at 250.364.2326 or email: cvitp@gmail.com. Photo: Unsplash

Free tax service for Greater Trail low-income earners starts March 1

Community Volunteers Income Tax Program getting ready to prepare income tax forms

Enquiries may be directed to the Trail FAIR Society at 250.364.2326 or email: cvitp@gmail.com. Photo: Unsplash
The Trail Times is giving readers the heads up that parking is unavailable in front of our Cedar Avenue office this week.

Downtown construction puts parking outside the Trail Times on pause

The city is decommissioning a water line in preparation for work at the Dairy Queen site

The Trail Times is giving readers the heads up that parking is unavailable in front of our Cedar Avenue office this week.
Generation to Generation Society was pleased to receive a cheque for $10,000 from Teck Trail Operations. Ashley Allin, Sanctuary supervisor, provided a tour to Carol Vanelli Worosz to show the upgraded facilities. Teck Trail Operations has funded Sanctuary operations since its beginning in 1998. Photo: Submitted

Pandemic stretches resources thin for Trail after-school program

A grant from the United Way helped to keep the nonprofit afloat last year

Generation to Generation Society was pleased to receive a cheque for $10,000 from Teck Trail Operations. Ashley Allin, Sanctuary supervisor, provided a tour to Carol Vanelli Worosz to show the upgraded facilities. Teck Trail Operations has funded Sanctuary operations since its beginning in 1998. Photo: Submitted
The Trail driving bridge will be lit in blue colours on Tuesday in recognition of the Girl Guides’ Guiding Lights Across BC celebration. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Boundary joins ‘Guiding Lights Across BC’ today

Celebrate with BC Girl Guides in your community as we shine our Guiding lights (Feb. 22)

The Trail driving bridge will be lit in blue colours on Tuesday in recognition of the Girl Guides’ Guiding Lights Across BC celebration. Photo: Submitted
Ron Marcolin framed his memento of Feb. 1, 1988, the day The Olympic Torch Relay came to town. The poster is signed by: Torch Eater Captain Sybil Cowlin; Joyce Coma; M. Peebles; Lorraine Langevin; Nadine Chernoff; Robert Tennant; Darren Coombs; Kim B.; Corey C.; and Jay M. Photo: Ron Marcolin

‘The Trail Torch Runners’

Ron Marcolin shares his memories of the day the Olympic Torch came to town in Feb ‘88

  • Feb 17, 2022
Ron Marcolin framed his memento of Feb. 1, 1988, the day The Olympic Torch Relay came to town. The poster is signed by: Torch Eater Captain Sybil Cowlin; Joyce Coma; M. Peebles; Lorraine Langevin; Nadine Chernoff; Robert Tennant; Darren Coombs; Kim B.; Corey C.; and Jay M. Photo: Ron Marcolin
“We will be regularly attending the border crossing this weekend and liaising with our CBSA (Canada Border Service Agency) counterparts to monitor the situation,” Sgt. Mike Wicentowich said. Photo: Rose Butler on Unsplash

Trail RCMP: Prepare for slower crossing at Paterson border this weekend

Avoid the area between noon and 4 p.m. or consider crossing at Waneta or Nelway

“We will be regularly attending the border crossing this weekend and liaising with our CBSA (Canada Border Service Agency) counterparts to monitor the situation,” Sgt. Mike Wicentowich said. Photo: Rose Butler on Unsplash
The City of Trail is inviting the public out to a free skate and swim over the Family Day long weekend. Photo: City of Trail

Trail residents can enjoy a free swim and skate over Family Day

Join in the fun as the City of Trail celebrates Family Day with free festivities.

The City of Trail is inviting the public out to a free skate and swim over the Family Day long weekend. Photo: City of Trail
A Trail RCMP officer discovered the man after he smelled the cigarette the man was smoking while he hid from police. Photo: Stephen Hocking/Unsplash

Man busted after Trail RCMP get whiff of his cigarette smoke

Wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant, the Trail man’s car and later his cigarette led to his arrest

A Trail RCMP officer discovered the man after he smelled the cigarette the man was smoking while he hid from police. Photo: Stephen Hocking/Unsplash
The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia is B.C’s “integrated anti-gang police agency.” Photo: Trail Times

Provincial anti-gang force executes search warrant in Trail

Tuesday morning, the Times received calls from locals that a 10-vehicle “SWAT” team was in town

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia is B.C’s “integrated anti-gang police agency.” Photo: Trail Times
Cam Cunningham, Thomas Feeney and Jordan Workman. (Submitted photos/Trail Times)

‘No case is ever cold’: RCMP continue to probe 3 unsolved murders in Trail

The Times contacted Sgt. Janelle Shoihet, from BC RCMP media relations

Cam Cunningham, Thomas Feeney and Jordan Workman. (Submitted photos/Trail Times)
Photo: Trail RCMP

UPDATE: Trail RCMP report lost suitcase has been claimed

The suitcase was found last week in Warfield last week (Feb. 8)

Photo: Trail RCMP
Blue surgical masks overhead view - flat lay. Photo: Adobe Stock

Masks still mandatory advise Trail RCMP

Police can write up a $230 ticket to non-compliers

Blue surgical masks overhead view - flat lay. Photo: Adobe Stock
Trail Times front page Feb. 10, 2022.

Doggone sweethearts!

Special thank you to Barks and Recreation and their superstar shutterbug Kaylee Borrowman

Trail Times front page Feb. 10, 2022.
Get your beloved pet, like Bentley, in the SPCA calendar. Send a photo today. Photo: Jim Bailey

Picture perfect BC SPCA calendar contest launches

To register and learn more visit spca.bc.ca/calendar.

Get your beloved pet, like Bentley, in the SPCA calendar. Send a photo today. Photo: Jim Bailey
Property crimes remain prevalent in the Trail area, according to the Trail and District RCMP.

Trail RCMP release 2021 crime statistics

Auto thefts more than doubled last year compared to 2020

Property crimes remain prevalent in the Trail area, according to the Trail and District RCMP.
The downtown Trail lot that used to house the Union Hotel will soon be filled with crews building a new Dairy Queen restaurant. Photo: Trail Times

A sign that the Trail Dairy Queen is coming soon?

If you have a recent photo to share email it large-size to editor@trailtimes.ca

The downtown Trail lot that used to house the Union Hotel will soon be filled with crews building a new Dairy Queen restaurant. Photo: Trail Times
Social media is not a secure or trustworthy form of communication, advises Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich. Photo: Brett Jordan/Unsplash

Trail RCMP warn of Facebook fraud after woman bilked of $700

Trail RCMP: Scammers want gift cards and electronic money transfers because they are untraceable

Social media is not a secure or trustworthy form of communication, advises Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich. Photo: Brett Jordan/Unsplash
L-R: Barb Marsh, Rossland auxiliary treasurer presented this donation to Brad Jansen, KBRH Health Foundation board member. Photo: Submitted

Rossland auxiliary donates $10, 000 to urology care

Urodynamics will enable enhanced diagnosis for those requiring complex urology care.

L-R: Barb Marsh, Rossland auxiliary treasurer presented this donation to Brad Jansen, KBRH Health Foundation board member. Photo: Submitted
Silver City Days committee has cancelled the 2022 festival.

Silver City Days cancelled … again

Silver City Days Committee decideds to skip the annual Trail festival for the third straight year

Silver City Days committee has cancelled the 2022 festival.