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The Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce is a vital part of the business community.
A fantastic announcement last week at West Fraser.
October is Small Business Month. More than 98 per cent of B.C. businesses are small businesses.
Big news announced last week out of the school district.
Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, discusses the UBCM convention in Victoria and the Sam Ketcham Pool.
Williams Lake Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, highlights recent happenings in the city.
Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, highlights the final Performances in the Park, the timber supply report, and fire protection agreements.
Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, talks about the UBCM coming up in September, retirees, and Kids Running for Kids.
On Monday night, council took its first steps of a new budget process, which will see a provisional budget in place by Dec. 1.
Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, pays her respects to Monty Exton and highlights various road projects and what's new with the pool.
Column from Mayor Kerry Cook touches on the past weekend's festivities and the upcoming timber-supply meeting.
Mayor Kerry Cook, in her column, talks about the new Stampede royalty, the rodeo, and Canada Day celebrations, and more.
Mayor Kerry Cook on the TRU convocation, RCMP, United Steelworkers, the Children's Festival, and the Lakers Car Club Show and Shine.
Williams Lake welcomed Premier Christy Clark last Friday, after she spoke at the North Central Local Government Association convention.
I’m off with council members and our CAO to the North Central Local Government Association Convention this week in100 Mile House.
The horrible tragedy that struck early Sunday morning has hit us all very hard.
There are some positive numbers and trends to celebrate in the first quarter economic indicators report.
I attended the sold-out TRU Gala last weekend, and it was an incredible event.
What a weekend! Three events with Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay.
The city has been approved for a $550,000 Community Recreation Program grant from the province.