Acid spill updates from IRM

International Raw Materials Ltd. (IRM) has issued an update about the steps being taken to ensure safe transport of sulphuric acid in Trail and area going forward. Please CLICK HERE to read the update.     Don’t forget to bookmark …

ICBC files lawsuit over Trail sulphuric acid spills

Please click below to read the article from Trail Times. October 10, 2018: “ICBC files lawsuit over Trail sulphuric acid spills”   Don’t forget to bookmark our Trail Acid Spills INFO PAGE for your reference. We will continue to update this page …

ICBC Q&A on Trail acid spills

Last week I had an opportunity to meet with ICBC and ask them questions that were were brought to our office by constituents. We have summarized all of the information in a new reference document. CLICK HERE to view the …

September 24, 2018 updates on Trail acid spills

A very small acid leak occurred again this past weekend. The only evidence of acid was three small, dime-sized spots just outside the entrance to the Reload Centre in Waneta, and approximately one cup onsite at the Reload Centre. IRM …

Questions continue over acid spills

  This editorial is published in the Trail Daily Times, Castlegar News, and Nelson Star:  The two spills of sulphuric acid in April and May, on the main road through Trail have created considerable angst in our region. It is …

Budget 2018 Information & Resources

  On February 22nd, 2018 I presented my inaugural budget for Ministry of Children and Family Development, as well as for issues relating to Columbia Basin Trust (CBT), Columbia Power Corporation (CPC), and the Columbia River Treaty (CRT). Please click here …

Have your say on how ICBC rates are designed

Public engagement starts today, March 5, 2018, regarding changes to ICBC’s auto insurance system that will make drivers more accountable for their decisions and driving behaviours. Public feedback will help design an improved auto insurance rating system for British Columbians. “Drivers …