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Cariboo North MLA Coralee Oakes on health and seniors care investments.
In B.C. over 140 rural communities depend on the natural resource sector for jobs and economic opportunities.
I have long been a passionate advocate for tourism in our region.
Every day across our province, local chambers of commerce and boards of trade work hard to represent and support their member businesses.
Here in the Cariboo, many of our rural communities have been built upon thriving resource sector economies.
They say the key to life is balance. Here in the Cariboo, we see the need for balance everywhere.
A lot of effort goes into making Christmas merry and bright.
The North Cariboo is home to a holiday treasure: Barkerville Historic Town and Park’s Old-Fashioned Victorian Christmas.
One of the best parts of my job as your MLA is the time I get to spend engaging with you, my constituents, in your communities.
“In Flanders fields the poppies blow…” We learn these familiar lines of Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae’s famous poem.
Throughout October, communities across B.C. have been celebrating Small Business Month.
Our protective services personnel routinely place themselves in danger for the sake of helping others
Celebrate Organge Shirt Day on Sept. 30 in Boitanio Park.
The enterprising spirit of British Columbia’s Aboriginal peoples dates back centuries, and is still alive and well across our province.
It’s a busy time for families, with the new school year just around the corner!
Summertime activities on our local farms and ranches are in full swing.
While my last column looked at our vibrant local arts scene, we can’t forget that Williams Lake is a hotbed of sporting activity.
We’re so lucky to have so many talented artists and performers here in Williams Lake and throughout the Cariboo.
I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for the rodeo.
Small businesses are the heart and soul of our provincial and local economies.