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Downtown Wayfinding signage opportunity

Downtown Wayfinding signage opportunity

The City of Trail is offering a wayfinding signage opportunity to businesses that are located on the downtown side of the main highway corridor (Victoria Street). The signs will be affixed to the current red gateway features (street pillars) located at Pine, Cedar and...

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Surviving the Haiti earthquake

Surviving the Haiti earthquake

Local author Owen Spears. It started as a class trip and ended with a rescue mission. In 2010 a group of students arrived in Haiti to work on a humanitarian project; just four hours later the devastating earthquake hit. Owen Spears shares his experience waiting for...

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FLIKS film series presents ‘Sir’

FLIKS film series presents ‘Sir’

A thoughtful, delicately observed and heartfelt drama exploring the social taboos and the status of women in India through the story of Ratka, a young woman from a remote village who has come to Mumbai to be the live-in maid to a young wealthy, newly married couple in...

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Oxygen Masterclass Series

Oxygen Masterclass Series

Curator Jesse Birch speaks at Oxygen. Oxygen Art Centre is pleased to welcome and present curator Jesse Birch (Nanaimo Art Gallery) for the Masterclass Series. The public are invited to attend Birch’s talk titled Context Matters on Friday, March 13 at 7 pm to learn...

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Cafe Chocolat II fundraiser

Cafe Chocolat II fundraiser

Delightful treats from Cafe Chocolat I. Slocan Valley Grassroots Grammas present Cafe Chocolat II at the Vallican Whole on Saturday, February 29 from 7 to 10 pm. You can support the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign while socializing and...

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Drug test strips now available

Drug test strips now available

People in the Interior Health (IH) region have another tool to make safer choices about drug use. For some, the stigma or shame associated with seeking out substance use services can be a barrier to accessing the health system. Now, new take-home drug testing strips...

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Convergence Writers’ Weekend

Convergence Writers’ Weekend

Author Kate Braid: Photo Rachel Lenkowski. BC environmental author and activist Nancy Holmes, BC women-in-trades poet and memoirist Kate Braid and Alberta wilderness writer and singer-songwriter Sid Marty will headline this year’s Convergence Writers’ Weekend, in...

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It’s Dead Easy!

It’s Dead Easy!

Have you ever had a friend or relative die and wished you could have kept them at home for a day or two, to take care of the body yourself and say your farewells without pressure? Be reassured, you can. It’s Dead Easy! Green Burial is the first in a series on...

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Report shows high snowpack in RDKB

Report shows high snowpack in RDKB

The BC River Forecast Centre released the latest Snow Survey and Water Supply Bulletin, showing higher than normal levels for both the Boundary and West Kootenay snowpacks. The Boundary snowpack is at 128% of normal, which is a 7% increase since January 1, 2020. The...

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Fiesta 2020 Mark your calendars!

Fiesta 2020 Mark your calendars!

Join us for a great party at 7 pm in The Miners Hall, Rossland on Friday, February 28. There'll be live music from Shredded Cheese, Mexican appies from Cahoots Kitchen, a silent auction and a cash bar with beer, wine and tequila. All monies raised from Fiesta 2020...

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Anti-bullying workshop

Anti-bullying workshop

Bullying and harassment is not healthy, acceptable or legal. The ways these behaviours affect the workplace may include lost productivity, anxiety, depression and potentially investigations and legal repercussions. Come to a free two hour training that will help you...

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Donation lights up KBR Fire Rescue

Donation lights up KBR Fire Rescue

Regional Fire Chief Dan Derby and Senior Vice President of Retriev Technologies Kathy Bruce show off a few of the specialized flashlights. Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire Rescue (KBRFR) has received $6,591 worth of high-powered LED flashlights from Retriev...

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Exhibition season begins

Exhibition season begins

After Eden Wolves. What comes After Eden? Visual and performance artist Stephanie Kellett and sound artist Robert Livingood explore this question in a multimedia exhibition at the Kootenay Gallery of Art in Castlegar. Kellett and Livingood are life partners as well as...

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Cuffs for a Cause Gala

You are invited to the Police Foundation Gala Celebration on Saturday, February 29 to be held at Selkirk College Mary Hall. All money raised will be used to facilitate programs that support the mental wellness of our first responders. Tickets are $65 which includes a...

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Help is essential for bat disease monitoring

Help is essential for bat disease monitoring

Silver-haired bat hibernates in a woodshed in Victoria. Photo: Habitat Acquisition Trust. BC bats are threatened by disease and researchers continue to ask the public for help. White-nose syndrome (WNS), a fungal disease responsible for the death of millions of bats...

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