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Interior Health Has Released Maps to Help Plan For Climate Change Impacts

An innovative approach to exploring climate change has happened thanks to Interior Health's new Community Health and Climate Change maps. These maps will help municipal governments and partners in their planning by helping them understand climate-sensitive areas that could impact building or expansion projects. "So these are maps that have been...

Province investing in public library improvements

The B.C. government is providing a one-time investment of $8 million to public libraries for COVID-19 relief and recovery. The money is being spread among 71 libraries to enhance services and fill gaps created by the pandemic. Provincial officials say this can include adapting physical spaces, delivering computer and virtual technology...

Crews Respond To Early Morning Fire At Williams Lake Mobile Trailer Park

Update: Several Emergency Response Units were on the scene of a trailer home fire earlier today in Williams Lake that had closed off 11th Avenue. Deputy Fire Chief Joan Flaspholer said they received multiple calls this morning at 7:30 about a fire at the Fran Lee Trailer Court. "We responded with 3...

It is National Police Week

The Quesnel RCMP, along with detachments across the country, are celebrating National Police Week this week. Quesnel RCMP Sergeant Clay Kronebusch says it is an opportunity to recognize how police officers are part of the community they live and work in. He says this year the focus is on how they're...

COVID-19 Outbreak Remains In Place At Cariboo Place

THE COVID-19 outbreak issued by Interior Health on May 4th for Cariboo Place in Williams Lake remains in effect. On May 9th a Spokesperson for Interior Health said that there was a total of 12 cases. Since then there are now 17 cases total and while designated and essential visits can...

Quesnel boxer wins gold at Calgary Cup

A Quesnel boxer took home a gold medal at the Calgary Cup, also known as the Western Canadian Championships, over the weekend. Brityn "Hurricane" Carter won a unanimous decision over Lily Blouin of Edmonton. The 16-year old Carter, a member of the Two Rivers Boxing Club in Quesnel, fights in the...
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