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Staying hopeful and willing to help: car dealership owners respond to local lay-offs

‘There’s gonna be some panicking that’s gonna go on… and we have to be the calm’

100 Mile resident reminisces on being evacuated during 2017 wildfires

‘We pulled it together and we are still here now’

South Cariboo Health Foundation aids mobility project with chair donation

‘If it helps improve our mobility project, it could be seen as the standard of care’

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Canada Day 2019
National Indigenous Peoples Day at Eliza Archie Memorial School
Shelter Point Distillery
Shelter Point Distillery

South Cariboo group seeking input to benefit community

‘We are facing big changes in our community’

Mill closures: Doing what it takes to stay in the Cariboo

“I came to the Cariboo because I love it here”

How did you celebrate Canada Day this year?

Melonie Wood Prince George “I hung out at Sheridan Lake with my…

Cool cars for hot nights: Hot July Nights is back in 100 Mile House

The streets of the South Cariboo will soon be flooded with colourful…

In Your Own Backyard: Cariboo Staycation

This past weekend, I was able to experience the South Cariboo even…

‘Music at the Lakes’ kicks off summer of song

‘We have a fantastic line-up of performers over the summer this year’

Save-On-Foods raises $3,170 for the local food bank

“Save-On’s great at helping the community”

South Cariboo artist merges past careers into a new hobby

‘You get that distortion, the deconstruction of shapes and reflection’

Canim Lake Powwow will honor murdered and missing indigenous women and girls

‘It’s a lot of responsibility when you take on the princess role for any community’

Taseko Mines pursues court injunction against B.C. First Nation for exploratory drilling

Tsilhqot’in Nation held a peaceful protest and stopped Taseko contractors from hauling equipment west of Williams Lake

Canada Day celebrations were a hit in the 108

Community events at the 108 Heritage Site drew crowds of people to celebrate their country outdoors

B.C. father haunted by ‘nightmares’ of daughter’s murder in 100 Mile House

Supreme Court Justice hears submissions for sentencing in Michael Martel case

Prepare to bloom: the CIB judges are coming

100 Mile will be evaluated in the Communities in Bloom provincial program this July

100 Mile District Hospital recognized for a unique project focused on patients mobility

The mobility project, Back to Basics is gaining attention across the Cariboo