Officials caution Williams Lake evacuees to consider risks before returning home

Evacuation order lifted for city of Williams Lake and some rural areas

Michelle Mungall appointed Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

“It’s a huge honour,” said Mungall.

  • Jul 27th, 2017

Hikers fined for campfire in Cariboo

BC Wildfire was called in to rescue the pair

Four men accused of human smuggling not guilty

A B.C. Supreme Court judge acquitted the group involved in Tamil migrant case

Williams Lakers finally allowed home after wildfire

Residents return nearly two weeks after blaze prompted evacuation order

UNDER EVACUATION: Prince George, Kamloops prepare for longterm


Police rule 13-year-old’s death a homicide, investigation continues


UNDER EVACUATION: Leaving the fate of Williams Lake in Mother Nature's hands


Rain hits Williams Lake


RCMP confirm body that of missing teacher

Police, search and rescue technicians recover body of missing Crawford Bay man.

RCMP find body of missing Nelson teacher

Alvin Dunic went missing near Crawford Bay in early June

Horgan to talk softwood in Washington

B.C.’s premier has talked of the need to resolve U.S. trade dispute

Weather forecast concerns wildfire officials

Conditions expected to remain hot and dry through weekend with strong chance of more lightning.

VIDEO: Wind and warm, dry weather increase Elephant Hill wildfire

Crews may start conducting controlled burns as early as today to try to contain the fire.

BC NDP to focus on First Nations

Horgan is committing to transform stalling treaty talks and negotiate revenue-sharing agreements

450 Canadian troops support wildfire fight

Soldiers are stationed in 100 Mile and Williams Lake

Creston police issuing fire ban tickets

Creston police had another week of dealing with people who lit fires in spite of the ban.

  • Jul 26th, 2017

New town councillor assumes position

Recently elected Adam Casemore took his place at the Creston Town Council table on July 11.

  • Jul 19th, 2017

Petronas pulls out of northwest LNG project

Officials say low prices and shifts in energy industry made the decision necessary.

Wildfires could cost B.C. ranchers hundreds of millions

Cattle, fences, feed and infrastructure have all been destroyed

Trudeau to visit B.C wildfires

John Horgan met with the prime minister in Ottawa

John Horgan to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau in Ottawa

He will be discussing BC wildfires, softwood lumber and the ongoing opioid crisis with officials.