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City Birthday Tea postponed due to health and safety concerns

In light of health advisories regarding COVID-19, the Museum has chosen to reschedule this event

“It is important to separate fact from fiction”: seniors advocate says during lakecity visit

Isobel Mackenzie was in Williams Lake March 11 to dispel myths about the ‘silver tsunami’

COVID-19 Williams Lake Seniors Centre
Williams Lake Indian Band Archaeologist on latest discovery
Williams Lake Indian Band elk meat program
Murdered and Missing Indigenous women, girls, two-spirited and others: Williams Lake

City of Williams Lake launches new website

This new design should be easier and more intuitive to use

SD 27 superintendent urges families to self isolate if travelling over spring break

At this point there currently are no plans to extend spring break: Van der Mark

Vancouver Island ‘coffee group’ wins $1-million 6/49 prize

Seven retirees who meet weekly for coffee will share windfall from Tuesday night’s draw

B.C. Tl’etinqox Chief Joe Alphonse urges caution amid COVID-19

“We all have to do our part and look out for one another”

Artifacts uncovered at Sugar Cane site near Williams Lake could be 4,000 years old

Between July October 2019 more than 3,200 artifacts were found in a summer village

Attempted murder charge focus of upcoming preliminary inquiry in Williams Lake

Brent Myles Camille Adolph faces one count of attempted murder

Surviving homelessness in Williams Lake

Yurri Seterengen, 42, suffers from brain injury and does not have an income

COS: Keep human attractants secured and out of sight as bears come out of hibernation

Bird feeders, garbage cans and barbecues all attract hungry bears

New pedestrian bridge garners Williams Lake a risk management award

Chief administrative officer said $5,000 will go toward camera system for the bridge

SD27 receiving provincial green energy funding

Some of the funds will go toward purchasing six new school buses

  • Mar 11, 2020

Renewable natural gas project proposed for Williams Lake

If developed the facility would use a wood fibre processing model developed in Sweden

Spring flooding a risk as Bella Coola snowpack at 36% above normal

Weather in the next few months will determine flood conditions