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Rain, cooler temperatures providing some relief for Fort Nelson, Fort McMurray wildfires

Officials say cooler temperatures and higher humidity, along with the chance of rain, should ease the wildfire threat to Fort Nelson. The entire community of 47-hundred people has been evacuated, and the fire has damaged some homes on the outskirts. But no injuries have been reported. (About 231 of the evacuees...

College of New Caledonia in Quesnel supports Moose Hide Campaign Day

The College of New Caledonia, including the campus in Quesnel, is welcoming people to take a stand against violence towards women and girls today (Thursday) during Moose Hide Campaign Day. In Canada, Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people are victims of gender-based violence at...

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP gives initiative to attract doctors to the region

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP, Frank Caputo held a press conference in 100 Mile House yesterday afternoon. The event was about his initiative in bringing doctors to his riding, and improve an already dire situation seeing over 50,000 people without a family doctor. Caputo says the initiative is a video showcasing the area to...

Interior Health Fun & Informative Outreach Event Coming To Likely

Interior Health's Mental Health and Substance Use Team will be making a stop in Likely tomorrow morning (May 17). They'll be joined by members from Foundry Cariboo Chilcotin, the Child Development Centre, Moms Stop the Harm, and Cariboo Friendship Society, to provide information to the community on a wide range...

High speed internet comes to Sheridan Lake residents

Over 390 households in the Sheridan Lake area will have access to high-speed internet services. The installation of new fibre-optic cables to homes east of Lone Butte will bring internet speeds of more than 50 megabits per second for download and 10 megabits per second for uploads. George Chow, Minister of...

BC Manufacturing Job Fund Giving Financial Support To A Couple Of Cariboo Projects

Two Cariboo companies are receiving money from the BC Manufacturing Job Fund to help create sustainable, well paying jobs across a range of sectors. In the Chilcotin TsiDelDel Development Corporation is receiving as much as $422,000 to purchase equipment for the creation of a sort yard for biomass. This project is...
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