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It Rained, It Poured, It Broke Records In Williams Lake

It more than just rained yesterday (June 28) in Williams Lake. It broke not only one but two records as well. “We did set a record for the date of June 28th in the Williams Lake area,” Matt Loney, Meteorologist for Environment Canada said, “there were 36.8 millimeters that were officially...

Displaced Ukrainians who fled to BC to receive a spike in financial aid

(With files by Brendan Pawliw-MyPGNow) Ukrainian citizens arriving in B.C. under the federal Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) can now apply for hardship assistance from the province. Eligibility is based on need and can be as much as $935 per month (single person), as much as $1,770 per month (family...

Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Surprised by Premiers Decision

Premier John Horgan announce that he will be stepping down from his role, which has led to some government officials giving their reaction. The MLA of the Cariboo-Chilcotin gave his reaction, saying he was a bit surprised of the decision made by the premier. "We're scheduled for an election in 2024...

B.C. leads efforts in legal settlement against Purdue Pharma

Purdue Pharma will pay $150-million thanks to a B.C.-led class-action lawsuit to recover healthcare costs related to the sale and marketing of opioid-based pain medications. B.C. Government officials said the lawsuit was brought forward by the provincial government on behalf of all Canadian governments. "B.C.'s efforts to negotiate this unique settlement,...

100 Mile House RCMP Asking Residents to Plan Ahead

100 Mile House RCMP have put out a news release asking people to plan ahead before enjoying the outdoors. "We published a media release today encouraging people who are going to enjoy the outdoors, whether it be for recreational or employment purposes, to do so in a safe and responsible...

It’s official. The Quesnel Kangaroos will host the 100th Coy Cup

Quite an honour for the Quesnel Kangaroos next season as they will host the 100th annual Coy Cup, which is the senior men's hockey championship in BC. Tyler Coleman is the team's President and General Manager. "It's a huge opportunity for us since we weren't able to host it two years...
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