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by Contributor on Thursday Nov 13 2014

The first question I should answer. Why did I choose to run for Council?

When I made my intentions public, several people asked, “ARE YOU NUTS”?

Yes I am. Nuts for the community where I was born and raised and where I chose to raise my family.

The citizens of Trail are a very proud people and they have every right to be proud.

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 13 2014

I came to Trail as a young engineer 42 years ago and like so many, when you come to Trail, it gets in your blood, and you stay in Trail… that is exactly what happened to me.  I met my wife Debbie and next thing I knew, I was part of a large Italian family with deep roots into the community.

by Contributor on Tuesday Nov 04 2014

Editor's note: The original article had a link to the wrong video. This has been updated. 

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 28 2014

I am running for Trail Council because I will offer a fresh perspective to City Hall.  We need to continue the transition of our City of Trail to a new generation of leadership.

by City of Trail on Tuesday Oct 28 2014

The City is responding to Mr. Norm Gabana’s Letter to the Editor, Bridge Reports and Statements Differ, that was published in the Trail Times on Oct. 23. Mr.

by Contributor on Monday Oct 27 2014

I am 68 years old and spent the last 39 years teaching every Grade from 4 through 11.  I also taught Special Ed for 15 years and was head teacher at an alternate school in Castlegar.  My last 12 years were at Crowe, where I was department head for English for four of those years.

by Contributor on Monday Oct 27 2014

My name is Kevin Jolly and I’m a first term Councillor seeking re-election on November 15th. I’m 45 years of age and have been a resident of Trail for 15 years. I am married to my best friend Jeanne Kim and have two children, (Aftin and Hayden). I have been employed in the financial services industry for 20 years and have been with Kootenay Savings for the last 10 years.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Oct 22 2014

It’s getting difficult to remember a time when the Canadian Parliament actually tried to make principled decisions regarding foreign policy and our place in the community of nations. But we should try.

by Contributor on Monday Oct 20 2014





by Contributor on Thursday Oct 16 2014

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