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North Cariboo –A referendum is planned for November 15, 2014, in conjunction with the local government elections. The referendum will ask residents if they support an increase to the maximum allowable taxation under the North Cariboo HandyDART service from $15,000 to up to $70,000.
CRD Election Declarations Cariboo Chilcotin – The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) has now officially declared candidates elected by acclamation and election by voting.
Author Chris Czajkowski launches new book And the River Still Sings
CRD Electoral Area K nominations received Cariboo Chilcotin – The following nomination packages have been submitted and accepted by the Cariboo Regional District’s Chief Elections Officer Alice Johnston for the Electoral Area K Director as of 4 p.m. today. Area K – East Chilcotin Betty Anderson Geraldine Charleyboy Melynda Neufeld
Central Cariboo pool survey results announced Benchmark survey and second survey compared Central Cariboo - A second survey of residents within the Central Cariboo recreation boundary shows a high level of awareness and support of the proposed project to renovate the Sam Ketcham Pool. The first survey was conducted in January of this year and served as a benchmark study for the project.
108 Mile Ranch, B.C. - The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) and the Northern Secwepemc First Nations signed a milestone agreement today as part of the journey towards building and operating a cultural centre and museum. The Centre will be located near the 108 Mile Heritage site along Highway 97.
CRD Nominations Now Closed Electoral Area K nominations period extended to Oct. 14 Cariboo Chilcotin – The following nomination packages have been submitted and accepted by the Cariboo Regional District’s Chief Election Officer, Alice Johnston as of 4 p.m. today. Further nominations are not permitted.
Williams Lake, BC (October 9, 2014): On October 7th the Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG) and Cariboo Regional District (CRD) engaged in a Community-to-Community forum as an initial step in relationship-building within a post Aboriginal Title environment.
The 99 Mile recreation area in the South Cariboo is the latest community in the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) for development of a wheelchair accessible wilderness trail. The 99 Mile Accessible Trail was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District (CRD); the Hun City Mountain Bike Club Society; the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development through the BC Community Recreation Program; Northern Development Initiative Trust; and the Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition.
North Cariboo Arena Project named West Fraser The Cariboo Regional District (CRD), the City of Quesnel and West Fraser are delighted to announce the North Cariboo Arena Project’s official naming as the West Fraser Centre.
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