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Representatives from Mount Polley and Golder Associates will be there to give updates
Business at its Best is an initiative hoping to celebrate employment excellence
Rebuild of Tolko's Lakeview Division sawmill in Williams Lake is in full swing with a target restart in February 2019, confirmed plant manager Jason Favel this week.
Council hopes grant funding will cover most of the $5 million price tag for a metering system and $15 million-plus cost for a treatment plant
As of Monday evening, tenants on the south wing were told they can move back in while water damage to the north wing is still being assessed
COS reminds recreational users Williams Lake is surrounded by several traplines
Two emergency doctors have left Williams Lake within the last four months
Williams Lake is the last stop of researchers' cross-Canada tour collecting input from patients and their loved ones
With a lease in place the Cariboo Heritage Society would purse development plans
First Nations and non-First Nations agree there needs to be more roundtables with all interest groups
Nurse practitioner Sandi Lachapelle is leaving her job at the TRU clinic mid-December
The adult White American Pelicans have fractured wings and are being housed in Burnaby
The shop will be built on IR#6 land adjacent to Kal Tire on Mackenzie Avenue South
Stan McCarthy is one of 19 British Columbians being recognized for outstanding community service
City wants to take lead to see plan implemented and is applying for funding
American White Pelican trio couldn't migrate due to injuries
Family nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon is returning to Africa after four years to once again assist with the Ebola crisis
Organizer Anne Burrill said keynote speaker Paul Born of Vibrant Communities Canada, Tamarack Institute, will share how communities across Canada are undertaking work to reduce poverty.
Former superintendent Diane Wright will fill the role in the interim
Gene Field said he's been told they may not be eligible for funding as the routes are not considered "unprofitable"