infrastructure

The Murphy Family Foundation is providing over $1M to upgrade the Kids Rink and provide enhanced programming for Greater Trail youth. Annie and Rich Murphy have owned the Trail Smoke Eaters since 2016. Photo: Jim Bailey

Murphy foundation commits $1.1M for Kids Rink upgrades and programming

Kids Rink to get new concrete floor, new arena boards, and improvements to ice-level viewing area

 

District of Sicamous council is sending a letter to the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to emphasize the need to prioritize and expedite the R.W. Bruhn Bridge replacement project due to safety hazards in its current state. (District of Sicamous photo)

Province urged to prioritize Highway 1 bridge replacement at Sicamous

RCMP sergeant calls Bruhn Bridge a hazard drivers have had to endure for too long

 

Bonnie Forsythe with her family at the Coachman Apartments complex in Terrace. (Michael Bramadat-Willcock/Terrace Standard)

‘Feeling like we’re drowning’: Tenants of rundown B.C. building fear for future

Tenants living in “shocking” conditions fear losing what little they have left

 

Photo: Trail Times

Mock emergency training at Trail Regional Airport, Thursday

Flights will not be affected; however, the airport will be closed to the public

Photo: Trail Times
A watermain break in East Trail near Butler Park has temporarily shutdown the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey
A watermain break in East Trail near Butler Park has temporarily shutdown the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey

Update: Trail aquatic centre remains temporarily closed

A watermain break has shut down the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre

A watermain break in East Trail near Butler Park has temporarily shutdown the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey
A watermain break in East Trail near Butler Park has temporarily shutdown the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Photo: Jim Bailey
Hil-Tech Contracting shared its concerns over Rossland council bid rejection.

Construction company responds to Rossland council rejecting bids

“We take pride in the services we offer and in being honest and fair to all our clients.”

Hil-Tech Contracting shared its concerns over Rossland council bid rejection.
Crews install fibre optic cable using a directional drill on the rail trail this summer. Photo: Submitted

Columbia Basin Trust adds 125 km to broadband network

High-speed backbone expanded in the Slocan Valley and beyond

  • Sep 10, 2022
Crews install fibre optic cable using a directional drill on the rail trail this summer. Photo: Submitted
Photo: Submitted

Growing the next generation of Greater Trail greenthumbs

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

Photo: Submitted
The city is resurfacing 4.2 kilometres of road this year, primarily in West Trail. Photo: File

Trail council greenlights pavement contract

Decisions made during Aug. 15 governance meeting

The city is resurfacing 4.2 kilometres of road this year, primarily in West Trail. Photo: File
Read the regional ‘2021 Review’ at rdkb.com. Image: rdkb.com

Report gives financial snapshot of Kootenay-Boundary

The online document is highlighted by attention-grabbing imagery of the region

Read the regional ‘2021 Review’ at rdkb.com. Image: rdkb.com
NextRide, now available in the West Kootenay public transit system, is technology that enables customers to use web browsers and smart mobile devices to see the location of their bus along its route and its predicted arrival time at an identified stop. Photo: Nelson Star

NextRide now lives in West Kootenay transit system

Customers can track their bus arrivals in real-time and see how full the bus is at any given time

NextRide, now available in the West Kootenay public transit system, is technology that enables customers to use web browsers and smart mobile devices to see the location of their bus along its route and its predicted arrival time at an identified stop. Photo: Nelson Star
Photo: City of Trail

East Trail boat launch re-opens, wharf remains closed

High water shut down this area, popular for dog owners, in mid-June

Photo: City of Trail
Trail will go with the 80L free green bin for curbside organics pickup when the service begins in 2023.

Trail council awards contracts, decides on green bins

Trail council chooses free critter resistant bins over costly bear-proof bins for curbside organics

Trail will go with the 80L free green bin for curbside organics pickup when the service begins in 2023.
Fees to use facilities like the Trail aquatic centre will jump three per cent this year. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail council increases recreation fees to counter inflation

City looks for a short term solution to weather the inflationary storm

Fees to use facilities like the Trail aquatic centre will jump three per cent this year. Photo: Jim Bailey
Photo: File

Trail’s key city administrator makes debut

CAO Colin McClure attended his first governance meeting with Trail council on Monday

Photo: File
Image: City of Trail

Block of Cedar Avenue in downtown Trail will be closed this week

The section will temporarily close Wednesday and reopen Saturday morning

Image: City of Trail
Rogers Communications says Nanaimo is the first city in Canada to receive the company’s high-speed, high-capacity 3500 MHz 5G service. (Darren Calabrese/Canadian Press)

B.C. city Canada’s first to connect to Rogers’ new high-capacity network

Company says 3500 MHz 5G debuting in Nanaimo will benefit wide range of clients

Rogers Communications says Nanaimo is the first city in Canada to receive the company’s high-speed, high-capacity 3500 MHz 5G service. (Darren Calabrese/Canadian Press)
The Gyro Park boat launch is closed due to high river levels. Barricades and signs are in place to keep the public away. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rain, freshet quenches land across the West Kootenay

After a three-day pelting of rain across the City of Trail, sun…

The Gyro Park boat launch is closed due to high river levels. Barricades and signs are in place to keep the public away. Photo: Jim Bailey
The city is keeping an eye on Trail Creek at the intake in the Gulch, and the Gorge Creek intake in West Trail. Photo: Times file

Update: Trail on flood watch, heavy rainfall called for Tuesday

There is localized flooding in the 300 block of Ritchie Avenue in Tadanac.

The city is keeping an eye on Trail Creek at the intake in the Gulch, and the Gorge Creek intake in West Trail. Photo: Times file
The City of Trail reminds all residents to store their garbage in a secure location until their scheduled collection day. Photo: Submitted

Last bear-proof garbage bin in Trail has been removed

The Glenmerry bin will be permanently removed on Monday, June 13.

The City of Trail reminds all residents to store their garbage in a secure location until their scheduled collection day. Photo: Submitted