SOME SOUTH CARIBOO PUBLIC EVENTS
January: Sled dog races, Curling Bonspiel
February: Cariboo 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, Hootstock music festival, 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
April 23, 2014: Urologists return to 100 Mile House hospital
Barnett has championed a local lobby for the return of urology services, along with the South Cariboo Health Foundation (SCHF) – which has repeatedly offered $230,000 to help fund it – and other local stakeholders.
January 23, 2014: Interior Health funding request approved CRD
In the south Cariboo, Interior Health plans to purchase a General Radiographic System for the 100 Mile House General Hospital.
December 20, 2014: Canim Lake Band's forest company passes audit
"This is one of the first active First Nations Woodland Licences in the province and we were pleased to find that the company fully met the requirements of the Forest and Range Practices Act and the Wildfire Act," said board chair Tim Ryan.
November 17, 2014: District of 100 Mile House election results
While the District of 100 Mile House election results are still unofficial, it appears the electorate was content with last term's incumbents, as there is no change at the council table.
October 17, 2014: Deer vehicle collisions very high between Quesnel and 100 Mile House
In a press release issued Friday, the (BC Conservation) foundation encouraged drivers to watch out for moose, deer, and other animals on local roads, warning there can be up to two or three wildlife collisions every day in October and November.
September 17, 2014: Watch Lake groups host hall re-opening
The public is invited to turn out for a grand re-opening celebration of the fully renovated Watch Lake Community Hall on Sept. 20 from 1 to 4 p.m. at 6453 Little Green Lake Rd.
September 10, 2014: Lillian Cecil leaves legacy of love
The community has lost a principal pioneer and memorable matriarch in the Aug. 10 passing of Lillian Cecil, Dowager Marchioness of Exeter, at age 90.
August 15, 2014: Sharing meals with hungry folks
Since the fall, Ingrid has collected more than $3,500 of restaurant vouchers from Smitty’s, Old School Grill, Cindy’s Cookery, Hungry Bear Diner, BJ’s Donuts & Eatery, Smilies Café, Yummers En Route, Blue Sky, One Another - A Coffee House, The Chartreuse Moose and El Caballo.
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.
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