Community

Ghanaian finds second home in Cariboo

TRU student hopes to bring sustainable ranching practices back to Ghana

Seniors Village brings warmth to others

The second annual sock and toque granny drive successfully gathered 210 items for distribution

Kids party at Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

The city’s Recreation Services Department hosted its Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree program.

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Art Loves You workshop in Williams Lake
Hoop Dancing Lessons
VIDEO: Valentine's Day extra sweet for a just-released shark
Just curious: The Langley Advance puts questions about Christmas to youngsters

Window decorating winners announced

The winners for the DWLBIA Business Window Decorating Contest are in.

Photo gallery: Yuletide Dinner a team effort for the community

More than 550 plates served at annual Christmas event

PART I: How Prince Rupert schools teach Indigenous language to hundreds of students

A multimedia series with videos and photos from children’s Sm’algyax classes on B.C.’s North Coast

Uptown Art encourages creativity and expression

End of year art show held by Uptown Art students Dec. 13

The West Fraser Aquatic Centre now open

New facility serves many needs in the community

Books still available for families in need

Williams Lake book fair donates books to families impacted by wildfire

In the spirit of giving

Girl guides organization alive and well in Williams Lake

Sounds of the season

Students throughout the Cariboo Chilcotin are putting on plays and concerts during the Christmas season

Community roots feed neighbours

Conservation Society gifts potatoes, donations

Fire and Ice Hospital Gala raises $75,000

Money to go towards equipment at emergency room, surgery room and obstetrics

Mountview students ‘suspend’ principal to raise over $400

In a Kids for Causes fundraiser, Mountview students duct taped their principal to the wall

Williams Lake Christmas bird count slated for Dec. 17

Bird watchers are encouraged to participate in the 50th annual bird count

  • Dec 11th, 2017

Lights for Life donates to food bank, Yuletide dinner

Group contributes $2,500 worth of groceries to Salvation Army