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Nearly two-thirds of BC teachers dealing with increased workload, more on-the-job stress

Public school teachers in BC are overworked and stressed according to a new poll. According to the BC Teachers Federation, educators are concerned by significant gaps in meeting students’ needs. Of those surveyed, 81.5% reported experiencing direct impacts from teacher shortages in their schools or districts. Some of the biggest impacts reported...

Crews Fought Fire In Wooded Area Behind Edwards Drive In Williams Lake

The Williams Lake Fire Department was on scene of a fire in a wooded area behind Edwards Drive over the weekend. Fire Prevention and Training Officer Cory Boyd said 20 fire fighters and 4 apparatus responded just before six Sunday (May 28) afternoon. “Access became a bit of an issue, there was...

District of Wells to spend more than half a million dollars in provincial funding on two projects

The District of Wells has big plans for the 588 thousand dollars in provincial funding it received from the Stronger Communities Fund. Mayor Ed Coleman says they are getting a new fire truck. "We've got a 2021 Freightliner fire truck that we've just finished negotiating on.  We've acquisitioned one that is...

Time Running Out To Apply For An Event Hosting Grant In Williams Lake

The deadline to apply for a City of Williams Lake Event Hosting Grant is today (May 30). Twice annually the City disperses $2,500 to assist local non-profit organizations to bid, host, develop, grown, market and administer multi-day events bringing in visitors from outside the community. Applicants must be local registered non-profit...

Local State of Emergency over in Wells

There is no longer a state of local emergency in Wells. Mayor Ed Coleman says it ended after the seven days. "If you feel you need it extended for special powers you can ask the Minister for an extension. We didn't need that but we're keeping our emergency operation centre open...

Madison Scott identified by BC Coroner’s Service east of Vanderhoof

(With files by Darin Bain-MyPGNow) The BC RCMP have confirmed there’s been a significant investigational development into the disappearance of Madison Scott. The investigation has been led by BC RCMP Major Crime with the support of the Vanderhoof RCMP. According to police, they are currently executing a search warrant at a rural...
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