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B.C. Interior First Nation eyes own cannabis operation for economic, medicinal benefit

Kukpi7 (Chief) Patrick Harry says cannabis could assist with trauma recovery, pain relief

Williams Lake Canada Day Procession
Williams Lake Complex readies to re-open
Williams Lake CN engineer retires from 34-year career
Beautifying Williams Lake boulevard

Williams Lake resident lends skills to create tool for fish researchers

John Bos, 82, of Bos Glassworks began making the Plexiglass fish viewers a decade ago

Flooding in Likely area impacts Cedar Point Provincial Park

Some of the campsites have been roped off due to high levels in Quesnel Lake

Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for Cariboo

Quesnel and Williams Lake could see strong winds, heavy rain and hail

Complex prepares to re-open June 29

When the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex reopens on Monday, June 29, patrons…

Norine Durban appointed SD27 secretary treasurer

Durban replaces Kevin Futcher who went on leave in 2018

  • Jun 25, 2020

B.C. reopening travel not sitting well with several First Nations

A number of safety conditions have yet to be met Indigenous leaders maintain

Williams Lake students hosting climate march this Friday, June 26

The march is being organized by two Lake City Secondary School Columneetza Campus students

B.C. Interior First Nation breaks ground on farm-to-gate cannabis cultivation facility

The facility owned by the Williams Lake First Nation will be the first of its kind in Canada

WildSafeBC launches new bear awareness campaign this summer

This program is designed to educate people about the risks of leaving out unattended garbage

Beloved cow boss statue in Williams Lake comes off mount overlooking Stampede Grounds

Not clear at this time if statue fell off on its own, or was vandalized