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The Old West: The Dewdney Trail and Fort Steele – Part 2

The Old West: The Dewdney Trail and Fort Steele – Part 2

A column by Bruce Uzelman
‘They’re survivors’: B.C. man wants to build new dorm for Tanzanian students

‘They’re survivors’: B.C. man wants to build new dorm for Tanzanian students

Successful girls dorm already built by Canadian Harambe Education Society, Stelly’s Secondary School
Female-powered night of music coming to Williams Lake

Female-powered night of music coming to Williams Lake

Naomi Kavka and High Tensions will perform
Upcoming events in Williams Lake starting May 2

Upcoming events in Williams Lake starting May 2

Lots of events to take in this spring
OUR HOMETOWN: Chilcotin woman leads with honour, compassion

OUR HOMETOWN: Chilcotin woman leads with honour, compassion

Geraldine Elkins hopes to see more Indigenous people as first responders in the Tsilhqot’in
Top dogs to be showcased at Clinton Cowdog Challenge

Top dogs to be showcased at Clinton Cowdog Challenge

The event is the second in a series culminating in Dogs with Jobs in Barriere
Williams Lake Royal Purple shares plans for May events

Williams Lake Royal Purple shares plans for May events

The volunteer organization has a lot going on in May in our community
Williams Lake Repair Cafe connects consumers with conservation

Williams Lake Repair Cafe connects consumers with conservation

People could bring items from their household to repair thanks to skilled volunteers, staff
Victoria centre strives to end legal system’s harms against Indigenous people

Victoria centre strives to end legal system’s harms against Indigenous people

Justice centre offering myriad of supports to Indigenous clients, aims for wider legal reforms
Seal can stay on Greater Victoria beach if he doesn’t ‘go rogue’: DFO

Seal can stay on Greater Victoria beach if he doesn’t ‘go rogue’: DFO

Emerson’s Sunday stroll takes a toll on Oak Bay traffic