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Quesnel Council ponders how to spend more than 3.2 million dollars

Quesnel City Council will begin the process of deciding how to spend more than 3.2 million dollars in funding from the province's BC Growing Communities Fund. Director of Finance Kari Bolton explains. "Our next step is going to our Finance Committee next week, so that will start the discussion on how...

Central Cariboo Search And Rescue Auto Extrication Callouts Increased In 2022

It was a busy 2022 for volunteers of Central Cariboo Search and Rescue. “In 2022 our Auto Extrication team responded to 226 tasks, a 25 percent increase from 2021, that included mostly motor vehicle incidents,” Debra Bortolussi, Member and Public Relations Coordinator for CCSAR said, “it also included assisting BC...

Cariboo-Prince George MP sounds off on spend-happy federal budget

(With files by Brendan Pawliw-MyPGNow) One of the most talked about items in the 2023 federal budget unveiled by the Justin Trudeau Liberals was the continuation of an increase in the GST rebate for lower-income Canadians, to help cope with the cost of food. In it, single people with no children...

Two prescribed burns set within Williams Lake city limits

BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) will be conducting prescribed burns for Boitanio Park and Stampede Park Grounds. The burns are in partnership with the City of Williams Lake and the Williams Lake First Nation. In a release from BCWS, they will be working with the Williams Lake Fire Department to have a...

Quesnel Council covers increased costs for Fraser Footbridge and River Trail Lighting project

The overall budget for the Fraser Footbridge and River Trail Lighting project in 2020 was $1,069,449.52. However, a combination of archaeological work, the pandemic, inflation and supply issues pushed the project back a couple of years and drove the price up. City Manager Byron Johnson addressed the archaeological work at last...

Cariboo Man Gets Best In “Snow” Grooming Award

Long hours and years of dedication were rewarded by the BC Snowmobile Federation. Earlier this week, Jeff Garten was given the Groomer of the Year award. President of the Williams Lake Powder Kings Snowmobile Club, Mark Snowball, said the award is given out annually for exemplary work done to keep trails...
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