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In the words of the McLeese Lake Volunteer Fire Department, not all heroes wear capes.
As spring arrives, bringing warmer weather and new blooms, some of these plants and weeds may not be native species but invasive species.
Improving health care options is important to all of us. People have specific health care needs.
Our government announced the largest ever one-time investment in community crime prevention and victim support services.
Congratulations to all the nominees at the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce and Business Excellence Awards.
Do you have young children or grandchildren? You can help create successful futures for them.
Last, week the fifth session of the 40th parliament began with the speech from the Throne, delivered by Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon.
The legislative session begins on Feb. 9. During it, our government will continue to work to grow our strong and diverse economy.
I hope you all had a happy and restful holiday season.
MLA Oakes encourages stay cations during the holiday season
Our government wants to help equip British Columbians with the skills they need to get good-paying family-supporting jobs.
Hard to believe that winter is just around the corner.
This Remembrance Day, we have so much be grateful for including the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 here in Williams Lake.
To recognize young entrepreneurs, our government has launched the new Celebrate Entrepreneurship Award with Junior Achievement BC.
Oct 11-17 is Manufacturing Week in B.C. and an opportunity to showcase how manufacturing contributes to B.C.’s strong and growing economy.
There is no denying the importance of small business to B.C.’s economy.
With September now upon us, many families in our community are busy going back to school.
If there is a single tangible gift that one generation can pass to another — it would be an education.
It has been an honour to spend two years in the role of Minister for Community Sport and Cultural Development.
It’s been a year since our community learned about a large and unprecedented breach at the Mount Polley Mine tailings storage facility.