Don lives and works in Trail, British Columbia and is deeply rooted in the area.
Before Mike and Sheri Konkin started a brewery in Trail, British Columbia, in 2017, they had never made beer before.
The volunteers at Trail United Church took fast action during the scorching heat dome in Southern BC this summer.
Anna looks at accessibility concerns in our rural communities this week, specifically for children, with a Rossland mom.
Single use plastic bans are coming to businesses and small towns in BC and Alberta, and that’s a good thing.
We need skilled workers who are trained to work on electric vehicles; we need people who are able to install infrastructure such as charging stations, and that infrastructure will need to be serviced and maintained.
James York’s family history in the Kootenays starts with the paddlewheelers. Now he has his eye on the future with solar power.
Trail, British Columbia, exemplifies the words community pride shown in full colour through Communities in Bloom.
A Trail, BC, family traded their truck for an electric bike, and four years later, they’re still seeing the benefits.