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BC Transit warns of potential delays and cancellations due to inclement weather

BC Transit is reminding residents that the recent winter weather may cause some delays, detours or cancellations. "The safety of our customers and drivers is our top priority," said BC Transit officials. "While our local government partners work hard to maintain the best road conditions possible, there are times when ice...

Nearly 6 people died from toxic drugs in B.C. every day in October

179 people in B.C. lost their lives to toxic drugs in October, according to a preliminary report from the BC Coroners Service. This means at least 1,827 British Columbians have been killed by drug poisoning this year up to the end of last month. Across B.C., the 179 deaths through the...

Trail Smoke Eaters trade Quinn Disher for Ethan Mann

The Trail Smoke Eaters have dealt forward Quinn Disher to the Penticton Vees for forward Ethan Mann. Mann, 19, is in his second year in the BCHL and is committed to the University of Wisconsin for 2024-25. He hails from Grafton, Wisconsin. He put up 30 points in 48 games last...

West Kootenay water bodies still free of invasive mussels

Samples collected from local lakes this year found no sign of invasive mussels. Laurie Frankcom, the education co-ordinator with the Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society, says they had no reason to believe zebra and quagga mussels had arrived in the area, but it's still a big relief. "We're happy to report...

BC Housing working on seniors project in Trail

BC Housing has not announced where they plan to relocate the homeless shelter in downtown Trail to but has revealed plans for an eight-unit seniors rental project. In an update to the new city council this week, the agency's Tyler Baker said efforts to move the shelter continue, but he...

Trail woman dies on street of suspected overdose

Trail RCMP say a 35-year-old woman has died on the street of what they believe to be a drug overdose. Police say they were called early Saturday to the 900 block of Spokane Street, where a friend found the woman under a blanket in the cold and called authorities. They...
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