SOME SOUTH CARIBOO PUBLIC EVENTS
We Were Children - National Film Board documentary
Thursday June 20, 6 pm. Community Employment Center/Horton Ventures 808 Alpine in 100 Mile House off Hwy 97
Directed by Tim Wolochatiuk, focuses on the impact of residential schools on its survivors. Told through their own voices, We Were Children is the true story of two such children.
Shelly Burich firstname.lastname@example.org, Trailer.
Sustainable Community Film Series Vanishing of the Bees
Tuesday June 25, 7 pm. 100 Mile House library
A piercing investigative look at the economic, political and ecological implications of the worldwide disappearance of the honeybee
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Sled dog races, Curling Bonspiel
February: Cross-Country Ski Marathon
March: Ladies Curling Spiel
April: Festival of the Arts
May: Farmers Market Opens, Western Week
June: Square Dance Jamboree
July: Canada Day, Antique Car Show, Dancers & Pow-wow
August: South Cariboo Garlic Festival
September: Fall Fair
October: Halloween Town
November: Lions radio/tv auction
December: 100 Mile House Santa Claus Parade
South Cariboo annual calendar of events
SOME SOUTH CARIBOO NEWS
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BC Election 2013: Cariboo-Chilcotin
Cariboo Fire Centre urges caution with outdoor burning
WILLIAMS LAKE, March 28 – The Cariboo Fire Centre is asking the public to exercise caution with any outdoor burning activities this spring. As the snow melts, dried grass from last summer is uncovered and that material can be highly flammable.
June 12: 'Looking Ahead' conference on food security and sustainable food systems
The conference brings the issue of food security to the forefront in the 100 Mile House and South Cariboo community in the face of a growing public concern.
June 3: Rain dampens Cariboo forest fire season
Fire Information Officer Greg Bethel says the recent lightning failed to start any fires because it was accompanied by a lot of rain and cool temperatures.
May 14: Cariboo-Chilcotin Liberals celebrate victory
Barnett secured a solid lead early, with a 72 vote margin over Wyse, a trend which continued until all 137 ballot boxes had been reported. At the end of the day, Barnett sidelined Wyse with 2,699 votes.
May 13: Officer guilty of criminal negligence causing death in ferry sinking
Seven years after a B.C. passenger ferry hit an island and sank, killing Gerald Foisy and his common-law wife Shirley Rosette, a jury has decided the crew member in charge of navigating the ship is responsible for their deaths.
May 2: Climber rescued from ledge
Members of Kamloops Search and Rescue (KSAR) and South Cariboo Search and Rescue were called to an emergency near the Trans-Canada Highway on the afternoon of Wednesday, May 1. The teams were called to a rock-climbing area about14 kilometres west of Cache Creek to rescue an injured climber, who was climbing with his son.
April 29: Closing arguments to begin at trial for Queen of the North sinking off B.C.
The tragedy of two missing passengers, Gerald Foisy and Shirley Rosette (of 100 Mile House), who vanished the night the ferry sank seven years ago, and the mystery of what happened to them.
April 18: Candidates square off in 100 Mile House
Preached by moderator and District Councillor Ralph Fossum before questions were even asked, respect was shown throughout the evening.
Flawed logic justifies the destruction of Fish Lake: When the British Columbia government gave environmental approval to the controversial Prosperity gold-copper mine in December it used questionable logic, saying the operation was acceptable because the damage would be limited.
‘It looks like Armageddon’: In 2006, she purchased a 115-hectare ranch with a pond near Bridge Lake in the Cariboo, east of 100 Mile House. She thought it would be a good location; the area's reputation for fishing would complement the horseback riding.
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