Multiple nominations were recently made by the Cariboo Regional District Heritage Committee to Heritage BC for some new Stop of Interest Signs across the Cariboo.
Cariboo Regional District Chair, Al Richmond, says these signs will be great for a number of different regions.
“As you know that’s something that attracts people to come through the region, it’s good for tourism, it encourages people to stop on their way through, see some things and perhaps spend some time in our communities.”
Nominations for the new signs include:
• Stswecem’c Xgat’tem Petroglyph Rock at Churn Creek
• Japanese Internment Camp at Taylor Lake
• Xat’sull Heritage Village
• 108 Heritage Site
• Alkali Lake Ranch
• 150 Mile House
• Robert Graham (Tatla Lake)
• Church at Sugar Cane Reserve
• Williams Lake
Richmond added he is hoping some of these signs can be finished for the upcoming tourist season.