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Road Resurfacing is Underway For Some Parts of The Cariboo

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure put out a release going over what roads will be resurfaced in the Southern Interior during the summer. The Cariboo will be seeing some of its roads get a facelift as soon as next month. The roads that will be resurfaced in the Cariboo are...

Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer says smallpox vaccine can work on monkeypox 

Fewer than a couple of dozen suspected Canadian cases of monkeypox are currently being investigated at the national microbiology laboratory.  Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says the cases are mainly in Quebec with a couple of contacts being followed up in British Columbia as well. “We understand from other...

BC Government Provides Grants to Promote Public Safety, Support Domestic Abuse Survivors

Four organizations in the Cariboo have received grants from the Civil Forfeiture Crime Prevention and Remediation Grant program. In a news release from the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, it states that the grants are awarded among six streams. Those streams include gender-based violence; domestic violence prevention and...

It’s a waiting game for local governments on the bill for RCMP retro pay

The Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) met with Public Safety Canada this week over concerns about RCMP retro pay, and how it could impact local government budgets. Quesnel City Councillor Laurey-Anne Roodenburg is the President of the UBCM. "We had a series of calls with the federal government.  We had three...

Contractors at Cariboo Pulp in Quesnel taken to hospital for exposure to chemical vapors

Four contractors working at Cariboo Pulp in Quesnel were taken to hospital this (Thursday) morning for exposure to some chemical vapors. The Quesnel Volunteer Fire Department was called to the scene at 8-22 am. Fire Chief Ron Richert explains. "We were just called for backup for medical aid on that call for...

It’s Important to Be Fire Safe This May Long Weekend

With Victoria Day long weekend coming up, some may be thinking of heading out to camp, which is why it's important to keep fire safety in mind for campfires. For those who do plan to head out camping this long weekend, should check the ratings for fire danger. "Here in the...
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