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Parts of the Cariboo saw temperature records break

Temperature records as far back as 100 years ago were broken in some parts of the Cariboo region. Yesterday saw warmer than normal temperatures, as Quesnel reached 10 point 2 degrees, with the previous record being 8 point 9 degrees in 1915, and Williams Lake reaching a high of 7...

It’s Important To Never Forget What Happened December 6 1989

Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against women. On this day in 1989, 14 young women were murdered at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal which led Parliament to designate December 6th to remember the lives lost and to take action. Irene Willsie, Executive Director of the Williams...

Williams Lake Council is looking to improve the City’s asset management

Williams Lake Council discussed the implementation of asset management framework. Talks surrounded on if the City is in need of an asset management program, but was noted some grants bring up the program, which could affect getting that funding in the future. Chief Administrative Officer, Gary Muraca breaks down what this...

Health and Human Resources Strategy expands healthcare workforce, more actions to come

The province has expanded the healthcare workforce, which they say will increase patient access. This was part of the Health and Human Resources Strategy launched by the Province last year. Minister of Health Adrian Dix said the four key aspects of the plan are to retain, redesign, recruit and train. According to...

100 Mile RCMP seeking public’s help after reports of vehicle mischief

100 Mile House RCMP responded to four callouts regarding vehicle damage and mischief. In a report from RCMP, on December 1st, 2023, police arrived to the 4400 block of Canim Hendrix Lake Road, where two tires were slashed on a vehicle in a public parking lot. They said that the incident...

Quesnel RCMP Stuff A Cruiser Exceeds Last Years Event

It was another successful year for the Quesnel RCMP's 4th Annual Stuff a Cruiser Campaign. Sergant Clay Kronebusch said over the weekend (December 2 & 3) police officers along with several volunteers accepted donations of non-perishable food, clothing, toys, pet food and cash to support local food banks, Big Brothers...
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