Cariboo

Indigenous student eyes veterinary school

Alicia William would be the first veterinary for the Tsilhqot’in Nation

 

100 per cent of Cariboo businesses have had to reduce employee hours or lay employees off, study finds

This survey was conducted by the BC Chamber of Commerce called the COVID-19 Impact Pulse Check #3

 

B.C. First Nation adopts historic law to protect Fraser River

?Esdilagh (Alexandria) First Nation leaders enacted the law this week

First annual Forest Service Road Clean Up For Wildlife goes until May 31

Taking place from May 16-31, the contest is open for anyone to enter

LETTER: ‘This is a kick in the guts for me’

I am sorry but killing antlerless moose by anyone in this province is not the right thing to do

  • May 23, 2020

Walk to End ALS going virtual June 20 in light of pandemic

The annual Walk to End ALS will march along online amid the novel coronavirus pandemic

RCMP seeking information on 100 Mile House airport hangar break and enter

An unknown man in hoody was caught on camera stealing equipment Wednesday morning

Drug paraphernalia, garbage left behind at squatter camp near 100 Mile House

RCMP seeking information on former occupants

Cariboo Chilcotin needs 1,835 new workers over the next five years, says study

A lack of housing and childcare are major obstacles to prospective residents

  • May 21, 2020

Cariboo Chilcotin region receives funding for fisheries, wildlife habitat projects

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation awards $9.2 million across B.C.

Bird Blitz at Home offers chance to enjoy nature from comfort of own backyard

Whether from your backyard, balcony or garden, Birds Canada is asking: what birds can you find?

Premier Horgan gives thanks to all B.C. nurses on International Nurses Day

“COVID-19 has reminded us all of the selflessness, dedication and leadership it takes to be a nurse”

RANCH MUSINGS: Securing our local protein supply in these COVID times

Only a very small percentage of the beef protein supply is entirely “made in B.C.”

  • May 11, 2020

HAPHAZARD HISTORY: Mysterious lake monsters from days gone by

Let’s go back about 90 years and see what the newspaper of the day had to say about the matter

  • May 10, 2020

Cariboo MOTI, contractors continue repair of 218 flood-impacted sites

Workers are making progress and preparing for high altitude snow melt