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by Trevor Miller on Wednesday Mar 06 2019

The Trail Smoke Eaters used a 40-save performance from Donovan Buskey and a four-goal 2nd period to help them to a 5-2 Game #3 victory over the Merritt Centennials in their Interior Division Quarterfinal and took a 2-1 series lead at the Trail Memorial Centre on Tuesday night. 

by City of Trail on Wednesday Mar 06 2019

The Trail Smoke Eaters and the City of Trail are working collectively to submit a bid to Hockey Canada in hopes of hosting the 2021 National Junior A Championship at the Trail Memorial Centre in May 2021. Bid submissions from all eligible host teams and committees are due by April 30, 2019. Hockey Canada will then review the submitted bids and make their decision in June 2019.

by The Narwhal on Wednesday Mar 06 2019

Caught off guard by a plan to log more than 600 hectares of treasured local forest, residents near Cottonwood Lake discovered that privately owned lands can be clearcut without public notice, consultation with neighbours or the requirement to replant logged areas

By Judith Lavoie, for The Narwhal

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Mar 04 2019

Was it a way to skip school or a chance to make a change for the future? Organizers sure hope the latter is true because if change doesn’t happen soon there may be no future.

A couple of hundred students, some as young as 10 years old arriving with parents, flocked to the Nelson City Hall Courtyard Monday afternoon to participate in the Climate Change Strike.

by Trail Champion on Monday Mar 04 2019

Ongoing issues with non-students abusing the Trail Selkirk College campus have both police and college authorities working to address the issue, according to Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

He said this, most recent, response is due to an incident Friday.

by Kyra Hoggan on Monday Mar 04 2019

A situation which could have seen tempers heating was easily managed, thanks to the upbeat reaction of the impacted person, according to RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.

by Trail Champion on Monday Mar 04 2019

What may seem to some like a harmless prank is actually anything but, according to Trail RCMP top cop Sgt. Mike Wicentowich, who said several motorists have complained about someone shining a green laser pointer into their eyes from outside the vehicle.

by Michael Jessen on Sunday Mar 03 2019

This is the first in a series of columns detailing the growing determination of women and children to influence climate change policy around the world.

“I founded Sunrise Movement last year in order to kick out corrupt politicians backed by Big Oil and elect a new generation of leaders who will fight for my generation.”  – Varshini Prakash

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