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The big news in the city last week was getting $500,000 from the province to begin the process of establishing a heritage village.
As the MLA for Cariboo Chilcotin and the Minister of State for Rural Economic Development.
In B.C. over 140 rural communities depend on the natural resource sector for jobs and economic opportunities.
I was looking for a good seafood recipe and found several on a site on my computer.
If you go onto the provincial government website and look under apportionment you will see information.
We have been doing a few day trips into the countryside around this beach town, Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
Those who didn’t attend the forestry meeting March 16 missed valuable information on the soft wood lumber discussions with the U.S.
This is Cowboy Heritage week and if any B.C. community has the right to celebrate, it is us.
March is finally over. I thought it was going to last forever, especially after that cheeky snowfall on Friday.
If you are cooking a chicken let it rest for a while as it helps keep the juices in the bird.
A January 2014 article in the Logging and Sawmilling Journal describes how a value added company started out over 50 years ago.
Ah, spring! A time when “a young man’s thoughts turn to thoughts of love” and outdoors and fishing and gardening.
Our government is investing $500 million over the next four years as part of an action plan to improve care for seniors.
Much has been said about work-life balance. Mostly it goes like this: “work smarter not harder.”
What I am writing about this week is the same subject as last week.
Welcome to the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society’s new column, “Down to Earth.”
The following 10 points about ways to improve the forest economy in B.C. are taken from Ben Parfitt’s article.