Trail: Who’s who in business

Information for business in Trail, B.C., including contacts, award winners and listings.

Trail, B.C., at night along the banks of the Columbia River.

Trail, B.C., is situated on the banks of the mighty Columbia River. — Jason de Frias photo

Community Pulse Population7,575 Number of businesses500 Supporting industriesMining (smelting and refining), recreation, services, tourism

Situated on the banks of the Columbia River, Trail, B.C., is a busy community that offers a great lifestyle. Teck’s Trail Operations in the area consist of one of the world’s largest zinc and lead smelting and refining complexes of its kind. The Waneta Dam and Waneta Dam expansion are also nearby.


Trail Chamber of Commerce

Everything you need to know about the Trail & District Chamber of Commerce on one handy page.

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City of Trail

Current Council

  • Lisa Pasin, mayor
  • Robert Cacchioni
  • Carol Dobie
  • Eleanor Gattafoni Robinson
  • Paul Butler
  • Colleen Jones
  • Sandy Santori

Economic development contact

Contact City Hall

1394 Pine Avenue, Trail, BC  V1R 4E6
1-877-767-0400; 250 364-1262; Fax: 250 364-0830  

[email protected];

Office hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm Pacific Time, Monday to Friday


Lisa Pasin was elected mayor of Trail, B.C., in October 2018.
One-on-one with the Mayor

“I have a clear understanding of my role and clear expectations of myself and others in achieving our shared purpose.”—Lisa Pasin, Trail’s mayor

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Trail branding and tourism

Mike Martin, mayor of Trail, B.C., admires the architectural design of the Riverfront Centre, which is scheduled for completion by year's end.
Trail, B.C., booms

Trail’s mayor, Mike Martin, described the projects that are underway and the energy and attitude that are widely evident in his city.

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