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Canada experienced record high population growth in 2022

Stats Canada says the population grew by an estimated 1,050,010 people between January 1st, 2022 and January 1st, 2023. That is the first 12-month period in the country's history where the population grew by more than a million. It also had the highest growth rate, 2.7 percent, on record since 1957,...

UPDATE: Williams Lake hockey team has sights set on semi-finals

A trip to the semi-finals is on the line for the Williams Lake under-15 tier two hockey team at their provincial championships in Kelowna this afternoon. Williams Lake, 1 and 1, will advance with a win against Greater Trail, who is also 1 and 1. The opening face-off is at 12-45. They...

Rick Hansen to marshal upcoming Stampede Parade

It was made official at Williams Lake City Council last night that Rick Hansen will marshal the 2023 Stampede Parade. Talks to get Hansen have gone on for sometime, with more work needing to be done for the parade. Willie Dye, Parade Committee Chairman, says he looks to complete the package...

Suspect in Quesnel drug and firearm bust set to go to trial

A trial date has been set for a man charged in connection with the seizure of a firearm and an assortment of drugs in the Quesnel area. 34-year old Julian Wade Page is due back in Supreme Court on Monday. (March 27) Five days have been set aside for the trial. Page...

Petition to recall Premier Eby not submitted by deadline, fails

(Files by Darin Bain-MyPGNow) Premier David Eby will not be facing a recall in his riding of Vancouver-Point Grey. A recall petition for the Vancouver-Point Grey electoral district was issued to proponent Salvatore Vetro on January 17th, with a total of 271 voters registered as canvassers to collect signatures. The recall petition was not...

South Cariboo Residents Can Receive A Variety Of Notices On A New Subscription Service

A new subscription service to keep South Cariboo residents up to date on what's happening in their community has been launched by the District of 100 Mile House. The service was developed to enable greater communication options when it comes to alerts, news releases, council meetings and public notices. Mayor Maureen...
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