Accessibility

Brayden Methot (right) along with his father Brad Methot, left, and friends Brandon Lilico and Dylan Sinclair at the Scout Island boat launch would like to see better access to Williams Lake. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake man advocates for improved accessibility to boat on city lake

‘It takes four guys to lift me into boat when there isn’t a dock,’ Brayden Methot said

 

Joudelie King wants to get out and live life to the fullest, but there are places she can’t go because they don’t meet her accessibility needs. (submitted photo)

New online tool provides accessibility map for people with disabilities

The myCommunity BC map provides accessibility info for nearly 1,000 locations in the province

 

City of Williams Lake Accessibility Advisory Committee members Brenda Gordon, (from left), Linda Evans and Maureen Straza (third from left), and Mayor Walt Cobb, (far right), present Sacred Heart Catholic School acting principal Gary Mason, centre, with a certificate of recognition for accessibility improvements at the school. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Sacred Heart Catholic School recognized by City of Williams Lake for accessibility improvements

The school received certificate of recognition from accessibility advisory committee

 

Tamara Bush has been appointed to the Williams Lake Accessibility Advisory Committee. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Tamara Bush appointed to Williams Lake Accessibility Advisory Committee

Bush will represent the Old Age Pensioners Organization on the committee

Tamara Bush has been appointed to the Williams Lake Accessibility Advisory Committee. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Jason Hadath of CMS Clear Consulting, left, Jayme Hills, Recreation Technician, Recreation Sites and Trails BC, Gerald Kirby, Director, Area ‘J’ Cariboo Regional District, Donn Irwin, owner, Retreat Wilderness Inn and director of the West Chilcotin Tourism Association, Lee Mitchell, owner, Retreat Wilderness Inn and Director West Chilcotin Tourism Association and Darron Campbell, Manager of Community Services, Cariboo Regional District attended the opening of the Nimpo Lake Community Accessible Trail. (Photo submitted)

Cariboo Chilcotin’s low-mobility trail network expands

Two new accessible trails were unveiled at Hotnarko Falls and Nimpo Lake

  • Sep 2, 2020
Jason Hadath of CMS Clear Consulting, left, Jayme Hills, Recreation Technician, Recreation Sites and Trails BC, Gerald Kirby, Director, Area ‘J’ Cariboo Regional District, Donn Irwin, owner, Retreat Wilderness Inn and director of the West Chilcotin Tourism Association, Lee Mitchell, owner, Retreat Wilderness Inn and Director West Chilcotin Tourism Association and Darron Campbell, Manager of Community Services, Cariboo Regional District attended the opening of the Nimpo Lake Community Accessible Trail. (Photo submitted)