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It’s Williams Lake’s biggest event of the year and this year we are celebrating its 90th anniversary.
June has arrived and what better way to begin summer than with the Williams Lake Band Multicultural Gathering June 11-12.
Distracted driving, like drinking and driving, is completely avoidable, yet too often has terrible consequences.
n our rural communities, it is not always easy to gain immediate access to primary health-care services.
Today in Williams Lake and across Williams Lake and across B.C., we pause on the national Day of Mourning.
Everyone has some dirty laundry that needs washing every now and then.
Rural communities are the heart of B.C., providing wealth and prosperity for the rest of the province.
The opening of the BC Parks reservation system last week has started the unofficial countdown to summer in the Cariboo-Chilcotin.
In the Cariboo-Chilcotin, one of the sure signs of spring is the birth of calves in local pastures.
By promoting and guiding economic growth in our province, we are able to invest $1.6 billion over the next three years into new spending.
The next provincial election is in May 2017. It may seem like a long way off, but it’s only 16 months away.
The best days of winter in the Cariboo Chilcotin are now upon us.
Another year has come and gone and 2016 is upon us.
It seems like there are never enough days to do everything that needs to be done to get ready for Christmas.
One of the great pleasures of being an MLA is being able to announce community gaming grants to local non-profit organizations.
The Salvation Army’s familiar Christmas kettles are a sure sign that we are in the season of giving.
We take time every year on Nov. 11 to remember those who have given their lives defending the freedoms and values we cherish.
Old man winter is on the way. Is your vehicle ready?
October is Small Business Month – our chance to recognize the many contributions that small businesses make in Williams Lake and across B.C.
B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant came into effect Sept. 1. and can be used to get a head-start on a children’s education fund.