Bridging the gap: Gerry and Hanna Nourry (above) cross the new Willow Creek bridge after a ceremony officially opened the Jubilee Connector Trail on Friday. (Left) Mayor Charlie Cornfield (centre

Bridging the gap

Gerry and Hanna Nourry (above) cross the new Willow Creek bridge after a ceremony officially opened the Jubilee Connector Trail on Friday. With him is (from left) carpenter Robert Judge, a member of the bridge work crew from Mallison Scaling and Consulting Ltd., Stacey Larson, Greenways Land trust Operations Manager, and Jamie Alquire, geotechnician of Maritime Pacific Engineering who designed the bridge and steeper slopes of the trail in-kind. The 2.5 km trail is another link in the Greenways Loop that will eventually circumnavigate the City of Campbell River.

  • Aug. 16, 2011 1:00 p.m.

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