Monica Lamb-Yorski

WildSafeBC hires new co-ordinator for Cariboo region

Mareike Moore said the main message is keeping wildlife wild, communities safe

COVID-19 creates a massive protection risk: Women’s Contact Society

So far the Women's Contact Society in Williams Lake has not seen an increase in domestic violence over the last few months, but these are still early days within the realms of the pandemic, warned Diane Lowe, Stopping the Violence counsellor and advocate.

Williams Lake barbers, stylists, customers adjust to COVID-19 protocols

Barbers, hairstylists and their clients have been adjusting to new COVID-19 protocols as they reopen under the second phase of B.C.'s restart plan.

LCSS grad commencement will now be held in school commons area

Four separate ceremonies will see 50 students individually cross the stage to receive diplomas

Bear calls keeping new Cariboo conservation officer busy

Residents are reminded to secure attractants in Williams Lake and Quesnel

Fourth first responders salute to frontline workers planned in Williams Lake

Around 40 vehicles from various agencies will do a drive by on Saturday, May 30

Update: 150 Mile VFD responds to vehicle fire on Highway 97 south of Williams Lake

Fire chief Stan McCarthy said the van was fully engulfed when crews arrived

VIDEO: Memorial to honour missing, murdered Indigenous women, girls, others in Williams Lake

Organizers hope it was the first of many more to come

Williams Lake Highway 20 bump to be repaired once seasonal load restrictions are lifted

A historical slide area is actively causing ripples in the road

VIDEO: CN engineer puts the brakes on 34-year railway career

Between 1986 and 2020 Wes Oviatt of Williams Lake worked for CP Rail, BC Rail and CN Rail

Cariboo Chilcotin region receives funding for fisheries, wildlife habitat projects

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation awards $9.2 million across B.C.

Lineup greets barber shop as businesses return under COVID-19 rules

Chairs are placed inside and outside at appropriate physical distance

Williams Lake hires new corporate officer

Ross Coupe grew up in Williams Lake and replaces Cindy Bouchard who retired earlier this year

Pacific Coastal to resume modified service on June 1

It's important to note that we will not be returning to normal operations: company says

Williams Lake flypast planned in honour of Captain Casey and CFS Snowbirds

The Williams Lake Flying Club will conduct the tribute Wednesday, May 20

Williams Lake river valley remains closed to public, flooding repairs continue

An evacuation order for 11 industrial properties remains in place

Williams Lake tapping into tourism grants for pedestrian bridge lighting, bike washing station

City council approved the grant applications at its May 19 meeting

Williams Lake city council eyes June 2 for resuming meeting in person

Council discussed a plan for returning to regular meetings during its Zoom platform meeting

Williams Lake’s Chuck’s Auto Supply Ltd. eyeing new location in the city

A development permit is going before city council at its Tuesday, May 19 meeting

UBC researchers surveying rural and remote B.C. residents about COVID-19 response

The online survey is anonymous and takes 15 minutes to complete