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My prayers go out to the families of the three RCMP members killed in Moncton last week:
It was a pleasure to welcome hundreds of delegates to the 2014 B.C. Elks and Royal Purple Association 86th Annual Provincial Conference.
Congratulations to the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce, which has been honoured as the 2014 B.C. Chamber of the Year!
Platform Properties announced that Sport Chek and Bulk Barn will both be coming to Williams Lake this fall.
On Tuesday, Council passed the 2014 budget and five-year financial plan, and gave three readings to the tax rate bylaw.
Council recently gave the first three readings to the 2014-2018 financial plan.
Budget discussions continued April 22 as council deliberated the 2014 budget and the five-year financial plan.
On behalf of council and the city, I want to say a heartfelt thank you to the hundreds of dedicated volunteers in Williams Lake
Mayor Kerry Cook spent last Monday in Victoria meeting with the Rural BC Project Steering Committee.
The Stampeders capped off a great week of hockey in Williams Lake Saturday by beating Terrace 6-2 in the Coy Cup final.
Last week was a very busy week. After the New Prosperity no decision was made, I met with our local MLAs, Donna Barnett and Coralee Oakes.
Words can’t describe the range of emotion I’ve felt since the federal government’s no decision on the $1.5-billion New Prosperity mine.
Mayor Kerry Cook invites the public to sign a guest book to recognize and support hometown hero Carey Price.
The visit to Ottawa last week to make sure politicians heard about the support for the New Prosperity project was a productive one.
I was in Ottawa this week with a group to promote the New Prosperity project.
Council attended a very successful Community to Community forum with the Cariboo Regional District and the Williams Lake Indian Band.
It was another successful Christmas Wish Breakfast this week at the Ramada to benefit children in need.
Last week, I spoke at a BC Chamber of Commerce event supporting the new prosperity project.
Building permit numbers continue to look good, with another $3 million coming in since the third quarter update.
Hats off to School District staff and students and local businesses who have collected 2.3 tons of food for this year’s Poverty Challenge.