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CMHA is in need of more crisis line counsellors
The city will continue to clean up this week’s record breaking snowfalls
Ken Day has been with the research forest in the Williams Lake area since its inception in 1986
City director of municipal services said the problem was fixed Thursday evening
The university will determine Thursday afternoon whether the Williams Lake campus will re-open Friday morning.
Ideas shared in Williams Lake will go into a provincial report to develop a poverty reduction strategy for B.C.
The owner of the former Jackpine Forests Products site has upped the asking price by almost $4 million after a $5.3 million offer, Coun. Scott Nelson said
Lights at one of Williams Lake’s main intersections have not been working properly for almost two months, but were fixed again Tuesday.
Residents, businesses and city crews continue to dig out a record-breaking snowfall…
Health minister Adrian Dix said it is hoped the business plan will be completed at the end of 2018, and by 2019 the project will go to tender.
With eight of 14 prolific offenders coming from Tl’etinqox, the community is proactively developing its own justice program
Court to uphold Tribunal’s finding that Canada failed to protect Williams Lake Indian Band lands
Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association excited about upcoming workshop for ranchers
It is estimated about 80 per cent of the timber was impacted by the fires, WLIB economic development officer says.
Adrian Dix will be joined by officials Friday in Williams Lake to make an announcement about the hospital
Jimmy Lulua plans to run for chief of Xeni Gwet’in First Nation when voters go to the polls in February.
Williams Lake mayor and council show potential investors properties in the city’s industrial area
Mayor Cobb and Coun. Craig Smith plan to run in October’s election, while Coun. Sue Zacharis has said she won’t.
Tuesday’s Super Blue Blood Moon a sight to see
Former chief surprised her private prosecution has been stayed