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Open burning prohibition extended in the Cariboo

The BC Wildfire Service is extending a category 2 and 3 open fire prohibition. It was set to expire today (Oct 1), but will now be in place through Saturday, October 15th. The prohibition covers not only the Cariboo Fire Centre's jurisdiction but also thew Tsilhqot'in Declared Title Area. The decision was made...

Quesnel City Council approves two grant applications for Lhtako Dene Park

Two grant applications for Lhtako Dene Park were approved at this week's City Council meeting in Quesnel. One is for up to 350 thousand dollars to Infrastructure Canada's Natural Infrastructure Fund, and the other is for up to 300 thousand to Northern Development Initiative Trust's Cultural Infrastructure stream. Lindsay Blair is...

UPDATE: One person injured in trailer fire in West Quesnel

The Quesnel Volunteer Fire Department was called to the Bartels Mobile Home Park at 654  North Fraser Drive just after 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon. Fire Chief Ron Richert describes the scene. "Upon arrival crews had a fully involved trailer, and the trailer next to that was also on fire. The...

Quesnel City Council endorses grant application for new trail to connect the waterfront and downtown

Quesnel City Council has given the green light to apply for a grant to the BC Ministry of Transportation's Active Transportation Fund for 710 thousand dollars. Chris Coben, the Director of Capital Works & Infrastructure, says an existing trail connecting Front Street to the Riverfront Trail is steep, very narrow,...

The CRD and City of Williams Lake Released Their Slope Stability Study

The Cariboo Regional District Board (CRD) and City of Williams Lake released the LiDAR Slope Stability Study. In a release from the CRD, they say that the Cariboo region is home to a number of historical landslide areas. The landslides are categorized as slow moving, which means they move over a...

Alexis Creek Boil Water Advisory Has Been Lifted

The Cariboo Regional District has advised all residents in Alexis Creek that the boil water advisory has been lifted. The notice was originally issued on September 14th due to a chlorine pump failure. Water samples were taken on Monday and Tuesday of this week, with a chlorine sample taken on Wednesday. Interior...
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