Trail Regional Airport Gears up for Terminal Opening

Public ceremony to launch Trail Regional Airport terminal slated for Nov. 29 at 3pm Article by: SHERI REGNIER Posted at: Trail Times November is shaping up to be a landmark month at YZZ. Otherwise known as the Trail Regional Airport, YZZ’s new terminal is being powered up this week and a ribbon-cutting ceremony is slated for…

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2017 Clean Energy BC Award Winners!

We’re so proud of Austin Engineering, FortisBC & Selkirk College for winning the 2017 Operational Excellence Award from Clean Energy BC for the Corra Linn Dam! Here is the list of all the recipients of the 2017 Clean Energy Awards from Clean Energy BC: Project Excellence: • Meikle Wind Project (Pattern Development) • Big Silver…

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City of Trail Receives Award for 2016 Financial Reporting

November 9, 2017 – The City of Trail is pleased to announce it has received the Canadian Award for Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its 2016 annual financial report. The award was established to encourage municipal governments throughout Canada to publish high-quality financial reports and to…

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Get Youth Working with a $2,800 Hiring Incentive!

Receive a $2,800 hiring incentive to hire youth age 29 or under for full-time employment.   Funding is now available in all regions EXCEPT the Lower Mainland*. Don’t miss out on this opportunity.   *Waitlist available for Lower Mainland Applications.   Apply now – Get Pre-approved – Hire Now or Later.   Applications are being accepted from…

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Free Succession Planning Workshop

Succession Planning Workshops Thinking about selling your small business? You have spent years building your business, but realize that it is time to think about moving along. Planning the transfer of your business to someone else requires more than putting out a For Sale sign. Now might be the time to get serious about creating…

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“Fight the Man” Ski Resort Leads Crowdfunding

Bloomberg photo by Ben Nelms. Red Mountain ski resort in Rossland, British Columbia, on Oct. 20, 2017. By NATALIE OBIKO PEARSON | Bloomberg News   PUBLISHED: November 2, 2017 at 11:45 am | UPDATED: November 2, 2017 at 11:47 am   A tiny Canadian ski resort forged by Scandinavian miners chasing an 1890s gold rush has become the unlikely recipient…

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