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On Tuesday night, council had the opportunity and the freedom to speak about the fire protection agreement.
It’s great news that we have reached a one-year agreement with the CRD on fire protection.
As Councillor Hughes said at Tuesday’s Council meeting, we are very proud of this city’s and region’s cowboy heritage.
It is great news that the city has reached a tentative agreement with our local union.
I was privileged to watch the opening of the fifth session of Parliament and listened first hand to the Throne Speech in Victoria.
It’s been an amazing transformation at the Salvation Army over the past few years to better serve their clients.
I had a great time last week selling copies of the Reach A Reader edition of the Tribune.
One of the things I love to do as mayor is to visit new businesses.
When it snows, every available piece of equipment is out and crews are working hard to clear the snow.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. I know I did, spending time with family and friends.
Christmas comes early to city hall. The Cariboo Men's Choir generously donated a piano last night.
It’s always good to have face-to-face meetings with the senior levels of government, and I was part of such a meeting this week.
Council and staff have been busy with the budget process over the last few weeks.
The Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce is a vital part of the business community.
As we approach Remembrance Day on Sunday, it is a time to slow down enough to reflect on those who stood up to serve for what they believe.
I was in Prince George Monday for a Women’s Dialogue and Luncheon with Premier Christy Clark, and it was well worth the trip.
A fantastic announcement last week at West Fraser.
We just had a delightful lunch with special guests Minister of State for Seniors Ralph Sultan and MLA Donna Barnett.
October is Small Business Month. More than 98 per cent of B.C. businesses are small businesses.
Big news announced last week out of the school district.