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Claymine Low Mobility Trail Officially Open Accessible trail offers opportunities for visitors of all abilities
Taseko Mines Update, Construction Management Contract Awarded for SKP, Support for Quesnel Chamber, Support for Connecting Canada, CRD Supports Regional Grant Applications, Electoral Area Discretionary Funds Approved, Next Board Meeting Forest Grove Community Hall – Sept. 11, 2015
Sam Ketcham Pool Upgrade Open House Resounding Success Williams Lake, B.C. – Yesterday, the Cariboo Regional District and the City of Williams Lake Sam Ketcham Pool (SKP) Upgrade Open House proved to be extremely productive for the local governments, Project Managers and Architects.
The Cariboo Regional District and the City of Williams Lake will be hosting an open house Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.
Algae Bloom at Horse Lake Interior Health wishes to advise users of Horse Lake, located southeast of 100 Mile House, that the current algae bloom does not pose risk to human health at this time.
Puntzi Lake, B.C. – Effective at 12 p.m. today, the remaining Evacuation Alert area for the Puntzi Lake fire has been rescinded. The Cariboo Regional District’s Local State of Emergency will expire today as well.
Evacuation Order Rescinded for Puntzi Lake Area Area remains under Evacuation Alert Puntzi Lake, B.C. – Effective immediately, residents from the Puntzi Lake area that were under Evacuation Order can return to their homes. This area will now be under an Evacuation Alert until further notice. See the attached map for the specific areas.
Effective immediately, residents south of Puntzi Creek who were previously on Evacuation Order, are now on Evacuation Alert. Approximately two properties are affected by this change. See the attached map for the specific areas.
Friday, July 17, 2015 EOC – Likely Debris Flow – 15-02 Update on the Likely Debris Flow Likely, B.C. – The debris flow that occurred yesterday over Keithley Creek Road at Cariboo Lake near the town of Likely, BC, was the result of water being released from a lake above the debris site. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure expects to have the road open to single lane traffic this evening.
The Cariboo Regional District has just learned of a debris flow in Likely on the Keithley Road at Cariboo Lake. The flow is approximately six to 10 feet deep and 100 metres in length.
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