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Trail, Tourism Reconnect with your roots

Trail’s mural project illustrates the multi-faceted history of the city.

Trail Inspection expert

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Grand Forks, Castlegar, Nelson, New Denver, Rossland, Trail Insuring a future for the West Kootenay

In December of 2010, it was announced that a merger would take place between independent insurance providers, RHC Insurance Brokers Ltd. and Anderson Insurance.

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Trail Bob and Heidi Evans

It’s like a movie script: boy meets girl, they fall in love and get married, open up a burger shop and live happily ever after.

by Tanya Laing Gahr
Trail, Developments, Environment LEEDing by example

Last March, renovations and redevelopments commenced on the RDKB administration building and completion is scheduled for March 2011.

by Kali Love
Trail Doggone it

Trail, Developments, Mining, Technology Soaring to new heights

Firebird Technologies Inc. offers products unique on a global stage and its new facility will allow the company to develop new products and expand into different markets.

by Trevor Crawley
Cranbrook, Fernie, Trail, Developments From the ground up

Wanting to provide a united voice for developers, builders and businesses in Cranbrook, CABBDA has formed, hoping to advocate for the industry and provide input into regulatory practices.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Nelson, Trail Music maven

Trail, Tourism Mapping a route to success

A brother duo from Trail has released their established mapping guidebooks on a GPS platform.

by Trevor Crawley
Trail All sewed up

Tina Ihas, owner of Sugar Shack Quilting Co. Ltd. in Trail, B.C., likes to point out that her shop is about a lot more than just quilting.

Trail, Mining The elements of education

The community of Trail hosted the International Zinc Association (IZA) 2010 Zinc College in May 2010—the first time the event has been held in Canada.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
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Trail, Technology Innovation generation

For more than 114 years, the lead-zinc smelter in Trail has been the primary economic driver in the West Kootenay community; now, it is the genesis of several directly related high-tech companies and is creating a revolution in innovative businesses.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Mayor Dieter Bogs standing on a Trail street
Trail A sense of civic pride

The fortunes of Trail are so connected to those of the Teck Metals Inc. smelter as to be almost inseparable. So when “the number 1 taxpayer” announced that it was running at full steam and hiring at least 140 new people in the next year, Mayor Dieter Bogs said the news couldn’t be better for the community.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Trail, Tourism Tales from the mighty Columbia River

Before the Teck smelter created a city that at one time was the third largest in British Columbia, even before the First Nations people fished the waters, there were the mountains and the mighty Columbia River.

by Tanya Lang Gahr
Trail Makeup mastery

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