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Burns Lake's Comfor Management Services Ltd. long term employees released from company

Burns Lake's Comfor Management Services Ltd. long term employees released from company

Comfor Management Services Ltd. released two long term employees of the company to make way for restructuring.
Be bear aware in the Lakes District this summer

Be bear aware in the Lakes District this summer

Conservation officers now have the ability to issue new fines for attracting dangerous wildlife to those who don't secure bear attractants.

Village of Burns Lake's water leak mystery solved

Over the past several months the search for the water leak lead to the excavation of Hwy. 16 and the Lakeland Hotel parking lot.
Hampton Affiliates requests a quick timber supply review process during Burns Lake meetin

Hampton Affiliates requests a quick timber supply review process during Burns Lake meetin

Hampton Affiliates are prepared to invest in Burns Lake beyond what is covered by insurance.

Photos for the week of June 20, 2012

Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of June 20, 2012.
Burns Lake Mayor forges new municipal relationships

Burns Lake Mayor forges new municipal relationships

Burns Lake Mayor Luke Strimbold attends the inaugural B.C. Mayor’s Caucus held in Penticton.

Village of Burns Lake mayor and council divided over Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline decision

Two Village of Burns Lake councillors take a stand against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
Beat the heat

Beat the heat

Local girls proudly display the trophy won in a friendly game of pool against members of the Burns Lake RCMP.

Cheslatta Carrier Nation's cold water release plans surging ahead

Cheslatta Carrier Nation have formed a partnership with Surespan Construction Ltd. and are looking for more investors for the facility.
Downtown design changes fall on deaf Village of Burns Lake council ears

Downtown design changes fall on deaf Village of Burns Lake council ears

Village of Burns Lake council makes the final decisions on downtown design changes for phase one of the plans.