Local News

Cariboo recovery managers review resources

Community input sought on wildfire needs and supports to find solutions

UPDATE: Driver dies when truck plunges off logging road near Caycuse

Fatal incident near Caycuse claims life of man in his 60s

Port Renfrew’s Tall Tree Festival cancelled

One of Vancouver Island’s major music festivals hopes to come back for 2019

108 Water Treatment Plant only slightly behind schedule

Completion anticipated for the end of March 2018

Taxation hike to benefit Loon Lake Volunteer Fire Department

25 per cent increase in the annual maximum taxation limit

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Cariboo Regional District summer overview
    Water Bomber attacks Gustafsen fire
      Flames heading towards Tatton Station Road
        Ed Monical

          UPDATE: Vancouver Island driver killed when logging truck leaves road

          TimberWest contractor dies near Caycuse, off the shores of Lake Cowichan

          Possible drug overdose at 108 Heritage Site results in custody due to outstanding offences

          The weekly police report for the South Cariboo area

          • Nov 15th, 2017

          Protection service officer at Cowichan Hospital gets award for handling man with knife

          Charles Kraeling honoured for his heroic actions at the health facility during an incident in July.

          Free mental health training

          Training designed for those supporting someone suffering from a mental illness

          • Nov 13th, 2017

          Starry Nights to brighten up the South Cariboo community

          Toy Land lights up at the hospital with Santa, hot chocolate

          Introducing Plaid Friday to 100 Mile

          Event to focus on local businesses

          108 Mile VFD thanked with pasta proceeds

          Pasta dinner tickets on sale now for appreciation dinner

          Lions raise approximately $13,000

          ‘[Tickets] were sold out a good two weeks prior to the event’

          Fire Fight: 2017 Wildfires from Ashcroft to Lac la Hache

          Read about the experiences of firefighters, ranchers, officials, homeowners and more