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Hundreds have signed up for pension bridging said consultant Terry Tate
They transformed an Atco trailer into a 'troll hole'
More cleanup work will continue in the coming weeks and months as water levels continue to go down
Due to COVID-19 the library has been closed to the public since March 17
Grants for assistance extinguished for independent fire departments within Cariboo Regional District
Ten fire departments will be impacted, CRD-funded and managed fire departments will not be impacted
A maximum of 30 vehicles can attend, event will be livestreamed
Mayor Walt Cobb said the hope is archaelogical assessments will be done in a timely fashion
Liquor Control and Regulation Branch issues application process for interested businesses
Flows rising in response to snowmelt and rainfall, continued rises expected
Man seen speeding on Highway 97 fled from police after colliding with RCMP vehicle
Williams Lake Indian Band's farm-to-gate store will be built on First Nations land within city limits
Unscrupulous sales of Orange Shirt Society owned designs continue
Users are reminded to play by the rules and continue to follow physical distancing and hygiene
May is Mining Month, as proclaimed by the Province of B.C.
My experience to date with biochar was mainly its use as a soil additive but after reading "55 Uses of Biochar" which was published over four years ago I realized how much wider potential it had.
A national release of the OneFeather APP anticipated no later than this summer
In so many ways, we are blessed with being different from them
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.
Hockey 24: A Film by Canada premiered on May 24, 2020
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.