Newsletter Fall 2012 - Williams Lake Chamber of Commerce

Newsletter Fall 2012 - Williams Lake Chamber of Commerce

4 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceHappy 7th Anniversary tothe Williams Lake & DistrictChamber of CommerceVisitor CentreSeptember marked the seventh anniversary of theVisitor Centre (VC) being located in the TourismDiscovery Centre which opened on September 25th.While the tourism season starts in earnest on the MayLong Weekend, it continues to climb steadily wellthrough September and now an even flow into October.Once again this year we hosted visitors from aroundthe world and answered questions on area attractionsand events. Our neighbours to the south have beenstrong in numbers in September and it is encouragingto hear them talk about another visit.This year the Visitor Centre once again offered the“Go Fish” Rod Loan program. Visitors to the area thatdid not bring their fishing rod and tackle could borrowa rod and tackle for up to one week. This was a greatsuccess and we plan to offer it in future seasons.Again this year BC Parks and the Visitor Centresthroughout BC offered the Passport program, visitorsto British Columbia could come into a VC, have theirpassport stamped and when they had visited 6 centresthey received a free water bottle. They also receivedstamps at Provincial and National Parks around BC.This program will run in 2012 and 2013.We were not fortunate enough to receive federalfunding for students this year however with assistancePh 250-392-44981-800-667-0041Fax 250-392-6994www.sandtronic.caBUSINESS SYSTEMS LTD.74 First Ave S, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1H5Jaylyn’sCornerby Jaylyn Byerfrom the Chamber and a provincial program we hiredtwo students at limited hours. At the end of Augustthe 2012 seasonal staff went back to their Universitiesand Colleges. Regular full-time staff is still on-siteto answer questions, sell merchandise including themuch-requested Williams Lake branded clothing,and to provide specialty and regular coffees to thoseneeding their caffeine at any time of the day!We invite everyone to visit us anytime, meet ourfriendly and helpful staff and browse through ourvast collection of newspapers and brochures forinformation on our amazing region.Cheryl’s Fine B.C. WinesAvailable at all Beer & Wine Stores& Rural Agency StoresIn Williams Lake, 150 Mile House, Lac La Hache,108 Mile House, 100 Mile House, Little Fort, 70 Mile,Interlakes, Sheridan Lake, Quesnel, Prince George,Prince Rupert, Fort Nelson and all points in-between!See the new expansion of BC wines at theComer Station Beer & Wine in Williams Lake!Black Hills Estate Winery ~ Blasted Church VineyardsDomaine de Chaberton ~ Elephant Island Orchard WineryFairview Cellars ~ Gehringer Brothers Estate WineryHester Creek Estate Winery ~ Kermode Wild Berry WinesHealthyLarch Hills WineryEyes~ Meyer Family WineryStag’s Hollow Winery ~ St Hubertus Estate WineryNEVER TAKE EYE HEALTH FOR GRANTED.Your eyesightSummerhilldeserves morePyramidthan a 'test'.Winery ~ The Fort Wine Co.Visit an Eye Tinhorn Doctor for Creek your Vineyards ~ Wild Goose VineyardsComplete Eye Health ExamOrders welcome for those with Special Occasions Licence.Dr. Dan DerksenDr. T racy BrownCheryl Dr. LawrenceJason MeyersDr. Kim CollinsLiquor Agency Ltd.OPTOME TR IS TS315G Y orston Street W illiams clla@telus.netLake, B.C. 392-4161www.bcfinewines.caPhone 250~392~464112

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 5Mayor’s Message by Mayor Kerry CookRecently, Council affirmed its supportfor the New Prosperity proposal,provided First nations and environmentalconcerns are addressed, andwe encourage everyone to participatein the upcoming panel hearings. Thisproject has the potential to increaseCanada’s real GDP by $11 billion;provide 57,000 person-years of employmentover 20 years, and produce hundreds of millionsof dollars in other spinoffs. I know the Chamberwill also continue to support this project. At theUnion of British Columbia Municipalities conventionthis fall, Council met with the Premier and Minister ofNatural Resource Operations and Energy and Mines tofurther this important project.It has been a busy but enjoyable summer, and Councilhas hit the ground running this month, aswe embark on a new and improved budgetprocess. This year, Council aims to havea provisional budget in place by Dec.1, which will allow for better decisionmakingwhen it comes to capital andother projects. We have also improvedtransparency and public consultation,with the public invited to attend budgetmeetings on Oct. 30 and Nov. 28. The public sessionwill be held the beginning of the meetings. In addition,all are encouraged to give their input via the City’sBudget 2013 page at www.williamslake.caI look forward to the Installation of Officers for theChamber of Commerce Board of Directors and toproviding a comprehensive City update to the Chambermembership on Nov. 29. See you then!WmsLk_ChamberAd_Layout 1 12-02-24 12:08 PM Page 1Big ideas need room to growWilliams Lake is still a place where you can think big and live well. Our resource-rich landscapeoffers huge potential for sustainable business investment. Our City Hall is working in partnershipwith business to enhance the economy through the delivery of property tax incentives, maintainingefficient permitting processes and marketing opportunities so that we collectively continue tomake Williams Lake the kind of vibrant growing community you want to call home.New energy. New directions.make your way

6 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceBusiness Profile 150 Mile HuskyLarry and Dianne Hargrovehave been running the 150Mile Husky station and themall beside the station sincethey purchased the businessin 2008. They came to theCariboo from the LowerMainland where they usedto run Mohawk stationsand they are enjoying beingowners now, expanding theservices offered at 150 Mile.They, like other 150 Mileresidents, are putting upwith the nearly three yearlonghighway constructionin front of their businesswith resignation and optimismthat business andtraffic to their station willincrease when the construction is finally finished.In the meantime, they have undertaken major upgradesto their business, which is open 24 hours, 7 days aweek. 150 Mile Husky is a 24-hour truck stop withfuel, propane and cardlock services, bulk lubricants, aconvenience store, a restaurant open daily from 6:00am to 4:00 pm, an ATM machine, soft ice-cream, coinlaundry, sani station, U-Haul Rentals and showers; allamong many other services. Local residents enjoy theconvenience of the store, the Canada Post outlet, andof course the convenience of the gas bar.150 Mile House is slated for an expansion in residentialsubdivisions and Larry and Dianne will be ready forthat. They are currently expanding their restaurant andhave plans to bring in hot pizza for their customers.This should prove immensely popular with the arearesidents, as well as with the elementary schoolstudents next door at 150 Mile Elementary.Dianne is currently looking for a hair stylist to setup shop in the empty store space in the mall anduntil she finds someone, the space is being used as aconsignment area for the Christmas season with thingslike crafts, soaps and jewellery being offered.So if you need gas and suddenly remember you alsoneed a birthday or Christmas gift – you are in luck;as long as you are at the 150 Mile Husky. If you wantpizza though, you have to wait a little while.NEWSani-StationNow On Sitecoolest store in townDianne Hargrove150 Mile HuskyHuntingandFishingLicencesAvailable250-296-4515 • 10 Settler Place, 150 Mile House, BC V0K 2G0Sinders & Ashesglassware & clothing71 Oliver Street,Williams Lake, BCMon to Thur 10 to 6Fri and Sat 10 to 9778-412-2244

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 7Taseko Prosperity Project submits new EISThe Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerceis happy to see Taseko submit their new EnvironmentalImpact Statement (EIS) re the Prosperity Projectproposal to the review panel on Sept. 20, 2012.had previously participated in the draft terms ofreference by submitting our comments to the federalpanel. We have now been asked to register toparticipate in the hearings.The single difference between the original proposal andthis new plan for New Prosperity is the preservation ofFish Lake. This was achievable through an additional$300 million commitment by Taseko to relocate thetailings storage facility.The Williams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceAlthough other groups do not have to register forInterested Party Status, the Chamber was told thatin order to participate we would have to do so. Wenow await notification of their approval for us to takepart. The dates for these hearings have not been setyet and we will report further when we receive thatinformation as wellHey, what’s happening with you, our members! Here’s some chatter...Thanks to Lyla Floberg for telling us The WilliamsLake & District Credit Union is pleased to announcethat effective August 1 st our new CEO is JimZimmerman. Jim joins them from Innovation CreditUnion in North Battleford, Saskatchewan.Congrats to Craig and Krista from About FacePhotography on becoming grandparents.Ken Wilson writes “Recently I cooked a six coursedinner for Jay and Chantelle Cheek, that had beenauctioned at the Chamber of Commerce BusinessExcellence Awards. Much, much Thanks to Mark Lawand all of the very good staff at Save-On-Foods. Thanks to Penny for all your helpwith the meat and good ideas. Jay andChantelle Cheek were excellent hosts andI thank you very much for supporting theChamber in our single fundraiser for theyear. Thank you to Taylor McGinnis fordoing the Chamber dinner with me againthis year, you are a great helpWelcometo Keith Viger, Accounts Manager withBDC who is our area representative nowadvises Fiona Chan. Keith will be makingregular trips to Williams Lake to help usgrow more business in the area.Integration and Supported Living Services. TheWLACL provides residential and day services toadults affected by a developmental disability.Congratulations to the new owners at Porkys’ Deliand thanks for the great food and service over theyears to Diane Ward!Claire Lawrence has joined Cheryl Lawrence LiquorAgency as an employee. Comer Station Beer & Wineunder new ownership has renovated and relocatednext door to their old location and has expanded witha huge selection of Cheryl’s BC Wines.The Williams Lake Association forCommunity Living has receivedits fourth accreditation from CARFInternational. WLACL servicesaccredited for three years are:Community Housing, CommunityEmployment, Respite Services,Host Family Services, Community2012 Business of the Year award recipient Cariboo GM

8 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceBusiness Profile Digney & CompanyDigney and Co has been offeringaccounting and bookkeeping servicesto Williams Lake and areabusinesses since 2002. Owner MarkDigney has been in the area for 12years and he likes Williams Lake.Under his guidance, the companyhas grown from a one person officeto a team of 5 specialists.Accounting services are offeredunder the umbrella of Digney and Cobut at the same time, bookkeepingservices are run under the name ofLedgers. Ledgers develops servicepackages to meet your bookkeeping,financial reporting and budget needs.It also offers both personal andcorporate income tax preparation,financial statements, and payroll.Digney and Co, on the whole, offers tools and uniqueways of growing a business, ie as Mark explains, abusiness year-end is not just a year-end, it includestips on how to grow your business. The company’sservices include CGA professional standard financialstatements and tax returns.Digney and Co.meantime though, Digney & Co will continue to offeraccounting and business services exclusively toWilliams Lake and area residents.The business is located on Borland St, above AlleyKatz bistro and across the street from the provincialbuilding. When asked to look into the future, Marksays that to keep the business growing, he may lookat expanding north to Fort St John and area. In theYour Key Ingredient for......Business Health & SuccessCertified General Accountant#202 - 525 Borland Street, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1R9Congratulations to McLeese Lake on startingup a visitor kiosk. Howie Chamberlin regularlycomes in to pick up more information fromthe Williams Lake Visitor Centre.Helpingbusiness ownersmanage cash flow,enchance value,and minimize tax.Visit our website at www.digco.caCall us today at 250-398-2239

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 9The Williams Lake Visitor CentreWe have the most beautiful looking Visitor Centre inthe whole province. Now we are not just bragging itis what we are constantly being told and we have toagree. Global TV did a segment on beautiful buildingsrecently and gave Williams Lake a “Way to Go!” forthe building. It goes without saying that establishingand operating a Visitor Centre year round is not aseasy as building the facility.First we must state that we are one of many centresin the Province of BC. The Visitor Centre NetworkHey, what’s happening with you, ourmembers! Here’s some chatter...It is great to see that interest in arts and music is soalive in Williams Lake. On October 5 all singinggroups are starting up again with the Children’s Choir,Teen vocal Group and Ladies’ Vocal Group reportsAngela of Angelkeys Music Studio.It just so happens that the good folks at Cool ClearWater are excited to inform you that they are justputting the finishing touches on their new “ 24 HourOutside H2O Filling Station”. And on the Buddies PetFood side of our business, Bob says they are honoredto be one the participating sponsor’s of the new ‘DogPark”. Woof!consists of community and provincial visitor centres(provincial visitor centres owned and operated by theProvince of British Columbia). We of course are acommunity Visitor Centre!The mandate of the Visitor Centre Network is to promotetourism products and services and generate increasedtourism revenue while providing a professional levelof service to users of the Visitor Centres. To qualifyfor membership in the Network Program, the VisitorCentres must meet many requirements. Some of thestandards involve providing certified training by aqualified trainer and we offer ongoing professionaldevelopment each year.A requirement is that we are the sole organizationrecognized in the community as the operator of theofficial Visitor Centre (VC). Like the Chamber, theVC is a stand alone type of operation, there is onlyone official VC. We must promote our tourismopportunities in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast and theprovince as well as the community. We also mustfulfill all operating requirements as set down by theProvince and the NetworkCanadian Breast Cancer Foundation, CIBC’s run forthe cure was Sept 30 and our local CIBC branch had apenny drive with all proceeds to the Canadian BreastCancer Foundation. Pennies and cash donations weredropped off at the Williams Lake CIBC and theyraised between $3000-$4000 solely by the efforts ofWilliams Lake CIBC staff through the penny drive,chilli sale, and personal donations.SECURITY• Residential / Commercial Alarm Systems• 24 Hr. ULC Approved Monitoring• Fully Licensed, Bonded and Insured• Video Surveillance Systems/Monitoring• Home Automation• Card Access Control• Medical Alarms 250-392-3737350 Borland StreetWilliams Lake, BC V2G YOU NEEDIMMIGRATION ASSISTANCE?• Skilled Workers Program• Business Immigration• Student and Visitors Visa• Temporary and Permanent Work Visa• Live-In Caregiver• Advise Employers on Work Visa Procedures• Family Sponsorship• Appeal to Immigration DecisionsShirley Palmer-Hunt,Certifed Canadian Immigration ConsultantSouth Cariboo Business Centre, 100 Mile HousePh: 778-482-5556 Fax:

10 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceBusiness ProfileItcha Ilgatchuz Mountains OutfittersRoger Williams, Wanda Dorsey anddaughter Terra Hatch with Terra’shusband Eli, are the owner/operatorsof the Itcha Ilgatchuz MountainOutfitters in Anahim Lake, about300 kms west of Williams Lake. Thecompany’s guiding range includessome of the most breathtakinglandscape in BC, being the entireItcha Ilgatchuz Mountain Park whichincludes two mountain ranges. Onlonger rides, they also trail right overinto the Blackwater River region tothe legendary Home Ranch area andPan Phillips resort.Wanda's father, Lester Dorsey, had a huge guidingterritory in that part of the Chilcotin for many years.Roger and Wanda started taking people on trail ridesin about 1978. Later on Wanda and eventually Terra,started taking "Ladies Only" rides, while the guyswere home in the hay fields in August.The company is relatively small and the family plansto keep it that way. Keeping the trail riding outfit smalland personal allows the family to maintain high safetystandards and offer top quality service to guests. Theytake only 4-5 rides a year, but none shorter than 7 daysand some up to 16 days.There is a large ranch attached to the outfitters companyCustomer Service isOur #1 Priority!250-398-7446105B 2nd Avenue NorthWilliams Lake• Competitive Pricing• Fast Turnaround• Award-WinningGraphic Designers• Knowledgable StaffPRINTING & DESIGN• Business Cards• Posters & Brochures• Logos & much more!SIGNS & DECALS• Vehicle Graphics• Signs & Banners• Custom Decalsthat keeps the family busy and Terra says that this yeartheir top wrangler was Wanda's granddaughter, whoshows all the signs of becoming an excellent guideherself one day. The outfit’s horses are both boughtand raised, but all are used on the family ranch untilthey are fit for guests. The majority of Itcha IlgatchuzMountain Outfitters clients continue to come fromBritish Columbia although they have had Americansand Europeans as well.One of the company’s frequent guests is photographerand author Chris Harris. His book "Chilcotin" featuresWanda riding across the front cover and his book"Motherstone" shows many images from the Itcha andIlgatchuz Mountains.Taylor Made Cakesand Sweets635A Oliver Street, (beside M&M Meats) • 778-412-2979

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 11Micro-Business Training (MBT) ProgramAre you interested in receiving up to $1500 for training to improve the efficiency or productivity ofyour business?The Micro Business Training (MBT) Program is 100% funded by the government, and offers coursessuch as Bookkeeping, Marketing & Sales, Management, Computing, Websites & Social Media.Training is available in a variety of formats, such as traditional classroom, seminar/webinar, online andeven on-site. Providers include Public Post-Secondary Universities and colleges, PCTIA Accreditedorganizations, and Private Trainers with membership in the Chamber Learning Network, a memberbenefit of the BC Chamber of Commerce.There is some basic eligibility requirements, funding is for:• business owners;• who don’t have a university degree and or any provincially or nationally recognized certifications;• that employs less than 5 people (a micro-business).To take advantage of this opportunity for your business, please visit the Eligibility Checklist, and then submit the online Application Form. Once applicants areapproved (a five day process) they will receive an Intake Form which must be submitted with an originalsignature. They will then be contacted by a Training Coordinator who will make a training plan andrecommend at least two training options.Mount PolleyMining CorporationPO Box 12, Likely, BC V0L 1N0PH 250.790.2215 • FAX 250.790.2612Building a Stronger Community Through Mining

12 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERBusiness Profile Two Dog RanchLouella and Stan Cowie run Two DogRanch, a bed- and-bale business on DogCreek Road, 20 kms from WilliamsLake. They are in their second year ofbeing a Chamber member and Louellasays that having their brochure on theracks at the Visitor Centre, combinedwith help from the front counter staffin the Centre, pointed customers theirway for those last two summers.Williams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceTwo Dog Ranch is open from mid-April to the end of October and offers aseparate building for overnight guests,complete with a full kitchen, access toa private hot tub, and of course, roomfor your horse on the property too.They are situated right next Crown Land and haveaccess to walking, quad and mountain bike trails.When asked about their plans for the future, Louellasays that they are hoping to get a web-site up andrunning to advertise this bed-and-bale business as wellas the Cowies’ Palm Springs Getaway, a well-appointed2-bedroom rental home, located in a secure gatedTwo Dog Ranchcommunity, next to an 18-hole golf and country club.Anyone wanting to get hold of the Cowies to book astay at one of their properties can call them at 250 392-3058, or pick up their brochure to get more informationat the Visitor Centre.Tomorrow could be awesome! If you call today.Check Listo Bored or lonely?o Circle of friends shrinking?o Eating poorly or alone?o Home maintenance falling behind?o Caring for a spouse overwhelming?Is this the right time?If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions thenyou might be ready for the benefits of retirement livingat Williams Lake Seniors Village.From Independent/Assisted Living to Residential Care,we provide a caring, friendly and professional environment.For more information or to book a tour,call Laurette 250.305.3318 or 250.305.11311455 Western Avenue, Williams Lake

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 13DAVID HALL&MIKE AUSTINSuch an honour for Claudia, Willie and Fredto be presented with the Queen Elizabeth IIDiamond Jubilee Medal July 2012by MP Dick Harris. On hand tohelp were Mayor Cook and Premier Clark.Hey, what’s happening with you, ourmembers! Here’s some chatter...Maureen Chappell (Creative Hands) would like toguide you in making one-of-a-kind gift’s for yourselfor for Christmas or for the hard to buy for. Maureenis taking bookings for Arts & Craft home parties.She will bring everything you need to complete yourproject. All you need are a few friends and make it asocial outing for them.Amber tells us that she is moving Dominion LendingCentres Mortgage Brokering office to a new locationat 199 - 3rd Avenue North which is just across thestreet from the Bean Counter & Johnston MeierInsurance Agents. Painting and new signage the firstand second week of October and she is ready to go. Shealso welcomes another DLC agent, Diane Buchanan, tothe company.Clear Visionbegins withHealthy EyesDr. Dan DerksenDr. Tracy BrownDr. Andrew RoyDr. Juliana LamDr. Averi Van DamOPTOMETRISTS315G Yorston Street Williams Lake, B.C. 250-392-4161SPECIALIZING INGroup Insurance Products#201 - 366 Yorston Street, Williams Lake250-398-2222 • 1-800-398-5811Email: dhall@firstbc.comEmail: mike.austin@firstbc.comCompetitive, FlexibleMortgage ProductsAsk us about CreditMaster ®– the only mortgageyou will ever need.Anita Fullerton, Loans OfficerLyndsey Carter, Loans Officer139 North 3 rd Avenue, Williams Lake250-392-4135

14 - FALL EDITIONBusiness Profile Open BookThe Open Book is a surprise toanyone who is new to WilliamsLake. It is a large bookstore; largefor a city the size of WilliamsLake; large for the size of ourpopulation. It is also a busy,thriving bookstore.NEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceOwner Angela Rankin credits herstaff for that fact. She claims herstaff is terrific and their enthusiasmallows her to spend more timewith her young daughter, Sierra.The Open Book started out inBoitanio Mall in 1983 underthe ownership and guidance ofBarry and Joanne Laird, Angela’sparents. The book store thenmoved to Hodgson Place Mall on2 nd Ave. and finally to its present location on OliverStreet, where Angela says the book store will stay.The Open Book is in its own building now and doesn’thave to rent space anymore. “I grew up with thestore,” she says, with a smile, so it was an almostnatural progression for her to purchase the store fromher parents in 2003, despite a hiatus in Victoria whereshe studied microbiology at the university. These daysshe works behind the scenes, using her academictalents to take care of the paperwork and oversee thestore’s operations.Angela and Sierra Rankin at The Open Bookwhich includes being a Chamber member. Being amember, Angela says, is just another way to be part ofthe Williams Lake community.Different Businesses- Different GoalsAngela also has her finger on the pulse of the bookindustry in BC. The Open Book is well-known for itssupport of local writers, hosting book launches andprominently featuring Cariboo books on its shelves.That goes along with a strong sense of community,Home, Auto,Garden & LeisureEverythingyou need forthe Fall Season.(250) 392-33031050 South Lakeside Drive100% LOCALLY

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 15Celebrate 2012 Small Business MonthAbout BDC Small Business celebrations:The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) trademark whose origins date back to 1979 when BDCbusiness centres in British Columbia’s Lower Fraser Valley pooled their resources to organize a week of activitiesfor entrepreneurs. This first event and one that followed in 1980 were so successful that BDC officially launchedBDC Small Business WeekTM across Canada in 1981. The initiative was quickly adopted by Canada’s businesscommunity. In 2011, some 320 activities across Canada attracted close to 10,000 business people to BDC SmallBusiness WeekTM. This BDC flagship event celebrates entrepreneurship at the local, provincial and national levels.In Williams Lake we celebrate Small Business Month with businesses by having events throughout the month.This year the theme is Aim High! Invest in your Future.Canada’s business development bank, BDC, puts entrepreneurs first. With almost 1,900 employees and more than100 business centres across the country, BDC offers financing, subordinate financing, venture capital and consultingservices to 29,000 small and medium-sized companies. Their success is vital to Canada’s economic prosperity.Interested in receiving up to $1500 for training to improve the efficiency or productivity of your business?The Micro Business Training (MBT) Program is 100% funded by government, and offers coursesin Bookkeeping, Marketing/Sales, Management, Computing, Websites & Social Media. This is a projectthrough the BC Chamber of Commerce. Call us 250-392-5025 or visit,review the Eligibility Checklist, then submit the online Application Form.Community Futures will be holding video conference seminars Oct. 2 – 22, call to 250-392-3626 to register.Thursday Oct. 18: Benefits Information Session - Meet with Chamber Executive and staff – 10:00 – 11:00at the Chamber office; rsvp required by Oct. 17. This is an opportunity to learn how to save money usingyour benefits with your membership; we will help you access those benefits if you are not already doing so.This is an informal meeting with refreshments available.Thursday Oct. 18: The Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce is launching their new TourismWilliams Lake website; The website will provide an easy access for visitorsto acquire information about Williams Lake and the region. The website is complete with facts, descriptions,photos, dining, accommodation and shopping information. As an introduction to the website, if you sign upand pay by Dec. 1st, 2012 your listing will be effective until March 31, 2014, a bonus of 5 months free. Theterm will be 1st of April – March each year.Tuesday Oct. 23rd: 10 @ 10 – Ten people, member and non members will be invited to meet at 10 AMat the Chamber office for one hour. The topics have not been confirmed, this is a new program that theExecutive and Board will be working on in the coming year. If you would like to be included give us a callor email Oct. 25th: AGM and Election of Officers - 11:45 am to 1:00 pm - Signal Point. You must be amember in good standing to participate in the election. Guest speaker is Maureen Kirkbride, Chair of theBC Chamber of Commerce.Thursday Oct. 25th: Presentation to 2012 Business Excellence Awards recipients by sponsor BusinessDevelopment Bank. This will be done over the lunch hour at Signal Point.Thursday November 1: Worksafe BC – Small Business Workshop – from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm includinglunch. Cost to attend is $25 per person. This seminar is designed to provide small business (1-19 workers) anoverview of WorkSafeBC. This includes employer responsibilities related to registration and assessments,injury claims, Occupational Health & Safety, and a variety of topics related to the Workers CompensationAct and Regulations. Useful resources, templates and samples will be provided. We require a commitmentby October 18th as space is limited; registration is required. Please RSVP to the Chamber at 250-392-5025.

16 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceM2M (Member tomember discount)Our newest membershipbenefit programOne of the things we encourage is Chamber membersdoing business with fellow Chamber members. Nowincluded with your membership, is the Member toMember (M2M) Discount Program that provides avalue added service to our members. Every WilliamsLake & District Chamber Member, and theiremployees, has the opportunity to participate in, ortake advantage of our Member to Member (M2M)Discount Program.What we do• Commercial MultifunctionCopy/Scan/Print/Fax Machinesin colour and black and white• Large format copiers & plotters• Printers• Scanners• Notebook computers• Backup power and surgeprotection devices• Networking and data hardware• Highly efficient documentmanagement &distribution software• Shredders• Multi-line Telephone &Voicemail equipment fortraditional land line aswell as VOIP• Office furniture• Surveillance systemsOur inaugural year was a great success with over 20members offering a benefit. Membership with theWilliams Lake & District Chamber of Commerceallows you to participate in the M2M programregardless of your ability to offer a benefit.This is a program where everyone benefits: youextend special benefits or discounts to other ChamberMembers for your business, and in return you receiveadvertising, recognition, discounts and benefitsat many other businesses, and potentially receivebusiness from over 300 Chamber members purchasingyour products or services!Ask us for your card, the first one is free for eachmember and additional cards are available at a nominalfee to cover costs. The members offering discountsare added to the Chamber website regularly and weencourage you to visit the site and have a look www.williamslakechamber.com250-398-8100 • 1-800-648-3211197F South Fourth Avenue, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1J8Printing & CopyingServing the Cariboo& Northern BCSince 1977oliverco@oliverco.caT 250-392-4744 F 250-392-3030Toll Free 1-888-334-4744www.papyrus.ca111 2nd Ave North,Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Z5

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 17NewProsperityby Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Donna BarnettThe arrival of autumnsignifies the changing ofthe seasons. As we watchleaves change colour andfall to the ground, weknow well something newis coming. In BritishColumbia, another seasonof change is upon us...For the Cariboo-Chilcotin,the effects of the mountain pine beetle have beenfelt long and hard, but that’s why we are lookingto diversify our resources in the Cariboo. We knowthat in order to secure long term stability in our localeconomy, we need to start looking for something new.Just recently Taseko Mines formally submitted theirenvironmental impact statement for New Prosperity ina renewed bid to rebuild the mine. This would be avery important project for the Cariboo-Chilcotin.What would this mean for Cariboo residents? It wouldmean business for the region and employment foryoung families. It would mean funding for health care,our highways, and for education. As we look for waysto diversify our resource portfolio, I welcome suchprojects that would add stability and certainty to ourlocal economy.KENDRA’SFIRST AID SERVICES LTD.✚ PROFESSIONAL, RELIABLE, MOBILEFIRST AID SERVICE✚ ONSITE FIRST AID FOR YOUR WORKSITE✚ REMOTE CAMP EXPERIENCE✚ PARAMEDICS PCP-IV ADVANCEDLEVEL 3 FIRST AID ATTENDANTS, EMR✚ SAFE CERTIFIED(BC FOREST SAFETY COUNCIL)✚ RETAILER FOR FIRST AID SUPPLIESWe are now a drug and alcohol testing collection site.(Williams Lake’s only collection site.)KENDRA’S FIRST AID SERVICES committed to making your worksite safe and injury free.BUSINESS: 250-296-0094CELL: 250-392-0053EMAIL: kendrafirstaid@telus.netLooking forwardto meeting andserving you!Let's continue to grow and strengthenour community together.Monday–Friday, 8:30am–3:30pm● Security Patrols● Alarm Response● Security Site AssessmentsMark Doratti250-398-6791www.pdssecurity.comOffice: #301–383 Oliver StreetWilliams Lake, B.C. V2G 1M4Phone: (250) 305-3800Email:Website:Donna BarnettMLA Cariboo–

18 - FALL EDITIONDo what youlove to do!Do what you love and the money will follow.”Entrepreneurs have heard this advice countless timesthrough the years. What’s wrong with it? Most peoplewho try to turn their leisure pastimes into a businessfail at it miserably. They end up with a big, expensivehobby, not a successful small business. Then thereare the lucky ones, who successfully combine theirpassion with business smarts and create an income thatrevolves around something they love. What makesthe difference? There are some nuts and bolts likebuying techniques; figuring out what the true valueof your product is. Taking the emotional side out ofyour business idea is sound advice however keepingthe passion for it is important. Do your homework andmake sure there is a market for your product or servicebefore you invest money into it.Like having good customers or the market, havinggood suppliers is crucial and you need to build onthose relationships throughout your business life.Getting a good and effective marketing message outin the public eye is just as important as having goodproducts. Think about who your target market is anddo some research into what is the best way to reachthat market.NEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceDonna Barnett Cariboo Chilcotin MLAenjoying an evening at theBusiness Excellence Awards March 2012In the retail business you need variety however, it’simportant to make sure you don’t tie up too muchmoney in inventory, as a large inventory ties up moneyand lightens the cash flow. Know your products andprovide the highest level of customer service to eachcustomer whether it is for a $1 item for a $100 item.Treat them like they are the most important customeryou have had, return customers are a gift and a resultof great service!DOMINION LENDING CENTRES WESTERN LENDING SOURCE203-366 YORSTON STREET WILLIAMS LAKE BC V2G 4J5Amber StuartMortgage BrokerTEL: 250-303-0585FAX: 1-866-899-3965INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATEDThe Williams Lake Biomas Facility, owned and operated byAtlantic Power, uses local wood waste and forest residue togenerate electricity with minimal carbon emissions.A growth-oriented power producer with operations acrossNorth America, Atlantic Power and its subsidiaries develop,acquire, and optimize power generation from a wide range ofenergy sources.To find out more, visit

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 19BenefitsFactsSmart ParentsStudy StudentCoverageIf a student in your family is enrolling outside your homeprovince, make sure you understand how the move willaffect his or her health insurance – under both governmentand private plans. It’s an important issue when our child isstudying in another province. If they’re studying in anothercountry, it’s even more critical because parents’ private plansdo not typically cover students attending foreign schools. Butlet’s look at studying in Canada.Students who move to another province need to confirmwhether their home province coverage will remain in effect.To protect themselves, students should ask if they need aformal extension of government health insurance coveragebefore they leave home.Keeping the provincial coverage intact can be critical to thestudents’ eligibility for any private coverage a parent holds,including employer-sponsored group benefits. Group planstypically require that a provincial plan process any claimbefore the private coverage. If the government plan says thestudent is ineligible, any claim to your group program willlikely be declined as well.Before your student leaves home, you should also take afew minutes to review your group plan’s full eligibilityrequirements for dependent students. Your plan may requirethe child carry a minimum course load to qualify as a full timestudent. And there will certainly be an age beyond whichchildren cannot be covered as dependents, even if they’restill at school. Your group plan may ask you to completean “Overage Dependent” declaration if your dependent isover age 18 or 19. This form confirms the post-secondaryinstitution the child will attend and details such as date ofbirth. This kind of declaration form is routine and ensuresyou and the insurer have a common understanding of thedependent’s eligibility for benefits.Benefit Facts presents information to help you manage youremployee benefits. Brought to you by your Chambers ofCommerce Group Insurance Plan® agent, representingCanada’s premier group plan for small and medium sizedbusinesses.aBenefit Facts presents information to help youmanage your employee benefits.Brought to you by yourChambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan® agent.T. Hugh GageGroup Plan for Small and Medium-sized Business250-392-7911 1-800-665-3365www.chambers.cahugh.gage@engagefinancial.comAt work for small business since 1970Register for ourSmall Business Month WorkshopBusiness Succession Planning -Know Your OptionsSaturday, Nov 3rd from 10 am to 2 pmat the CFDC officePre-registration is requiredVisit our website for more detailsPHONE: 250-392-3626 • Toll Free: 1-888-879-5399266 OLIVER STREET, WILLIAMS LAKE, BC V2G 1M1www.cfdccariboo.comOPENBob Paterson Homes Inc.Est 1979Serving Western Canada for Over 33 YearsSinglewide, Doublewide, Triplewide HomesWE PLACE HOMES ALL OVERWESTERN CANADA AND THE YUKONWhy Rent?Invest in yourself... today!Call now, see how easy it is.Today’s Modern & Affordable Homes:Modular & ManufacturedBuilding time approximately 4 weeks.Approximate cost: $90 - $100 per square foot.250-392-7212Toll Free: 1-866-868-46631200 Mackenzie Ave.South, Williams Lake, BC CANADA V2G 3Y1Fax: (250) 392-2326 • sp-bph@stampedecity.netNEW & USED

20 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceU.S. orders stack up for B.C. lumberForestry executive Steven Hofer has grown accustomedto getting the cold shoulder during sales trips. But ona swing through the U.S. Midwest recently, orders forsoftwood lumber began pouring in.During a visit to St. Louis, managers at wooddistributors and retail lumber yards told him what hehas been waiting years to hear - American consumersare back in the market for new homes and developersare building multi-unit residences again. The patternof healthy orders for lumber repeated itself at otherstops made by Mr. Hofer, vice-president of sales andmarketing for International Forest Products Ltd.The U.S. housing market is finally showing signs ofrecovery after collapsing during the 2008-09 recessionand hurting demand for building materials acrossthe board. Lumber prices should climb sharply inNorth America over the next three to five years, withincreased orders from China, pent-up demand in theUnited States and tight supplies in Canada, said CIBCWorld Markets Inc. analyst Mark Kennedy.The U.S., which is on pace to have 746,000 housingstarts this year, could see 900,000 starts next year, saidMr. Kennedy, who added that if the figure were to riseto 1.4 million annually, lumber prices could surgeabove $400 per 1,000 board feet.Improvements in lumber orders should also appearin repair and renovation of homes. RBC DominionSecurities Inc. estimates that 30 per cent to 40 percent of North American lumber goes into new homes,while 25 per cent to 30 per cent is used to repair andrenovate houses.Demand in Asia, however, will be uneven and whilethe industry can’t expect China’s voracious demand tolast forever, the overall picture remains bright.On the supply side, any increases in lumber productionwill be muted because of the lingering effects frommountain pine beetles decimating forests in BritishColumbia’s Interior, said Kip Fotheringham, seniorvice-president of sales and marketing for VancouverbasedConifex Timber Inc. “The industry just can’tbring back a whole bunch of sawmills quickly. Thewood fibre isn’t there in the B.C. Interior. And Ontarioand Quebec face provincial constraints in the annualallowable cut,” he said.Taken from the Globe and Mail by Brent JangThere has been a broad-based recovery in U.S.residential markets after excess housing inventorygradually got soaked up after the recession. That’sbeen followed by increased buying from oldermembers of the baby boom echo - children born from1980 to 1995, Mr. Kennedy said, adding that demandis climbing in places from Texas to North Dakota, andeven in hard-hit states such Florida and Arizona.Saturday November 24, 2012at the Tourism Discovery CentreTime: 10am – 3pmLimited Space available pre-registrationby Monday November 12 th$25 per Space (Approx. 8 Ft)www.mmmeatsshops.com635 Oliver St., Williams Lake250-305-6861New!Appies!Mini Lobster Pub PiesTeriyaki ChickenMini SkewersJalapeno ShootersFor more information or to register, call theWilliams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce office250-392-5025 or email visitors@telus.netSome of the local products that will be availableinclude alpaca products, souvenir items,wood bowls and pens, home baked goods and jewelry.*Please pass this along to anyone that may beinterested in showing or selling their local product.

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 21Assistance for baby boomers to sell and retireThe B.C. government has launched a new online toolto land more foreign investment and to enable babyboomers to sell their businesses and retire.The tool, OpportunitiesBC, is an online searchabledatabase of business and project opportunities thatmay interest foreign investors.According to the province, the database’s threefunctions are:• to provide updated listings of eligibleopportunities around the province in order tohelp investment seekers gain greater profile fortheir projects;• to allow foreign investors to exploreinvestment opportunities in B.C.; and• to connect “opportunity representatives” withpotential foreign investors.nesses are welcome to submit their opportunities to thedatabase.John Winter, president and CEO of BC Chamber ofCommerce, said the tool will support B.C. businessowners looking to retire. “British Columbia businessesand industries are the lifeblood of the province’seconomy and OpportunitiesBC represents a great toolfor continued growth and assistance for those lookingto retire and pass on their success,” he said.ComplimentaryHot Breakfast Buffetinfo@coasthotels.comwww.coasthotels.comAccording to the government, the opportunities rangefrom large-scale resource projects down to smallbusinesses. It noted that the investments may be suitablefor entrepreneurs seeking business immigrationthrough the Provincial Nominee Program. B.C. busi-Tel: 250-398-7055285 Donald Road, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4K4Hey, what’s happening with you, ourmembers! Here’s some chatter...We hear that John Margetts is limping along after anasty fall resulting in a broken knee yikes! Well Johnyour hard working employees at Margetts Meats arestill making bacon and business is humming along.Get well and see you soon!Ken’s Country Kitchen served up a great eveningfor Jay Cheek and guests. Jay was the successfulbidder at the 2012 Bus Excellence Awards.Buy a 2012 Beachcomber Hot Tubnow, and save over $4000.Get low monthly payments starting from $79 per month, and takeNO DEPOSIT, NO INTEREST, ANDNO PAYMENTS TILL NEXT YEAR!Cariboo HwyGET APPROVED FOR EASY FINANCING AT OUR STOREBring this card in and get approved for low monthly payments!ALL REMAINING HOT TUBS ARE SALE PRICED TO CLEARChoose from our remaining inventory, while stocks last.Save over $4000 on selected models now!ALL INVENTORY IS AVAILABLE AT OUR STORE LOCATION ONLY2011 hot tubs must be cleared out to make way for 2013 modelsVisit our store for best selection!NSummit St.BeachcomberWilliams LakeBroadway Ave NNew Waves Pool & Spa74 North Broadway, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1C1(250) 392-4818Visit Beachcomber Hot Tubs online:www.beachcomberhottubs.comVisit our store online:www.newwaves.caEmail us at our

22 - FALL EDITIONNEWSLETTERWilliams Lake & District Chamber of CommerceWilliams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce3Gen Cabinetry Corp.About Face PhotographyAdventure ChartersAir & Water Home EnvironmentAlexander Clothing, Jewellery & GiftsAllcraft Kitchens en’ Counters Ltd.Alley Katz BistroAll-Ways TravelAll West Freight Ltd.Alterior Motives DesignAnahim Lake Eagle’s Nest ResortAndrea Cass ConsultingAngelkeys Music StudioAnimal Care HospitalAnnie’s AtticAntique & BoutiqueArduini Helicopters LtdAtlantic PowerAudio Video UnlimitedBank of MontrealBank of Nova ScotiaBare’s Paint & BodyworksBarneys Lakeside ResortBC Livestock Producers Co-Op AssociationBeamac Installations Ltd.Becker’s Lodge Ltd.Bee Jay Auto Wrecking & Towing Ltd.Bella Coola MotelBella Coola Mountain LodgeBella Coola Valley Seafood’sBella Coola Valley TourismBest Western HotelBetter LifeBig Brothers & Big Sisters of Williams LakeBig Creek Lodge Ltd./ Spirit RanchBlocks R UsBlue Mountain Gunsmithing & SalesBob Paterson Homes IncBob’s Shoes and RepairBobby LloydBoitanio Mall MerchantsBoston PizzaBroadway RentalsBurgess Plumbing, Heating, &Electrical Co. Ltd.Business Development Bank of CanadaCan Com Electronics Ltd.Canada Post CorporationCanadian Imperial Bank of CommerceCanadian Tire- Stefan Marketing Inc.Cariboo Advisor Newspaper Ltd.Cariboo Auto & SpringCariboo Book BinCaribioo Canoe and Kayak RentalsCariboo Cattlemen’s AssociationCariboo Chilcotin Child Development CentreCariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Assoc.Cariboo Chilcotin GymnasticsCariboo ConnectorCariboo Custom Monogram Ltd.Cariboo Dental ClinicCariboo Eye Care Clinic/Dr. Dan DerksenCariboo GMCariboo Log Guest HouseCariboo Regional DistrictCariboo SaddleryCariboo Stationers Ltd.Cariboo Team Realty Group Ltd.Caribou Ski Source For SportsCaribou U-brew S.N.A. EnterprisesCasa Bella Guest CottageCentral Cariboo DisposalCentral Mountain Air Ltd.CFJC TV7Chap’s Auto BodyChaparell Mini StorageCharlemagne’s Spa & BoutiqueChaunigan Lake LodgeChemo RV Sales & Service Ltd.Cheryl Lawrence Liquor AgencyChilancoh Ranch Natural MeatsChilcotin LodgeChimney Felker Lakes Landholders Asoc.C.J’s Southwestern GrillClarkes General StoreClean Way SuppliesCLS Accounting & BookkeepingCoast Fraser Inn HotelComer Station Pub/Beer-Wine StoreCommunity Futures Cariboo ChilcotinCompassionate Care FuneralsConcrete Fitness Ltd.Contain It Mobile StorageCool Clear WaterCore Security Group Cariboo OperationCountry Cottage HairstylingC P ElectronicsCrantara Office AssistanceCreative AccentsCreekside Studio GallleryDarla WearDavid Hall, First BCDew Duck Inn Bed & BreakfastDiamonds and DustDie Kleine ZeitungDigney & Co.Dollar DollarDominion Lending Centres- Amber StuartDQ Grill & ChillDr. Rudy Wassenaar Inc.Drummond Lodge MotelE.B. Horsman & SonEdwards SecurityElysia ResortEnd of the Roll Carpet and FlooringEngage Financial ServicesEscott Bay ResortESP ConsultingExcelsior JewelersExton and Dodge Land Surveying Inc.Frame Creations by BruceFront Row VoiceoversGermik Industries Ltd.-RainbowBlades & MachineGibraltar MinesGordo’s Rent-AllGrassland EquipmentGustafson’s Dodge Chrysler JeepHaines Office WorldHair Pro StudioHalls Organics Inc.Happy Eater RestaurantHear Clear Fawn’s Hearing SolutionsHeartland ToyotaHigh Country InnHighlands Irrigation Ltd.Hoelzler Construction Ltd.Home Hardware Building CentreHorizon Climate Controls Ltd.Horn Lake Guest CottageHorsefly LandingHorsefly Motel 2007Hub International BartonInsurance BrokersHume Appraisals Ltd.Ibea’s Quilting & Crafts Galore Ltd.InfoBook Telephone DirectoryInteractive Broadcasting Inc.Interior MattersIntrigue Hair StudioInvestors GroupItcha Ilgatchuz Mt. OutfittersJames TanisJames Western Star Sterling LimitedJesse Hunt Trucking

Williams Lake & District Chamber of Commerce NEWSLETTERFALL EDITION - 23Members as of September 21, 2012Joey’s GrillJohnston Meier Insurance AgenciesJohn Dell.CAJuniper Trails Bed and BreakfastJust BecauseKal TireKaren RobertsKen WilsonKendra’s First Aid Service Ltd.Kiwanis Club of Williams LakeKokanee Bay Fishing ResortKVP&N Kariboo Video Production & NewsLake City Ford Sales Ltd.Lakecity Appliance Repair Ltd.Lakers Go Bus SocietyLakeside Color ProductionsLakeside MotelLaketown FurnishingsLawrence Aviation Ltd.Legends Rod Co. FlyshopLeonard Uri CGA Ltd.Linda Coblin (Realtor)Lucky’s Ventures Ltd.-Signal Point GamingLush Beauty BoutiqueLynn’s Bed Breakfast & BaleM&M Meat ShopsMacKay Electric Ltd.Margetts Meat MarketMarkey Mechanical Ltd.Maureen Chappell (Creative Hands)McDonald’s RestaurantMorehead Lake Cabins & Campsite Inc.Motion-Tech Integrators Ltd.Mount Polley Mining Corp.National Car RentalNAV CanadaNeil Vant dba Vant ExplorationsNew Leaf Therapeutic MassageNew Life Cycles & SalvageNew Waves Pool & Spa Ltd.New World Coffee & Tea HouseNimpo Lake ResortNorthern Lights LodgeNorthern TrailerOK Tire & Auto ServiceOliver & Co.Oliver Street Bar & GrillO-Netrix Solutions Inc.Onward Log Homes Ltd.Onyx Hair Studio150 Mile HuskyOT Timber Frames Ltd.Overlander HotelPanago PizzaPapyrus Printing Ltd.Paradise CinemasPathways Canada Tour Co.PD SecurityPene’s Place Bed and BreakfastPinnacle Pellet WL Inc.Pioneer Log Homes LtdPlatform Properties Ltd.P M T Chartered AccountantsPorky’s DeliProgressive Printers IncQuality Office SuppliesRanchland HondaRanton Holdings Ltd.R.B. Backhoe ServiceRed Tomato Pies Ltd.Re/Max Williams Lake RealtyRetirement Concepts/ W.L. Senior VillageRivers Edge Guest CottageRon Ridley Rentals Ltd.Rona Home CentreRotary Club of Williams Lake DaybreakRoyal Bank of CanadaSandman InnSandtronic Business SystemsSave-On-FoodsSchickworks Signs & StitchesShoppers Drug MartSight & Sound Audiotronics-Williams LakeSinclair House Bed & BreakfastSinders & AshesSir Bob’s Fish & ChipsSocial Health & Economic DevelopmentSociety of Bella CoolaSona Resources CorporationSpanish Mountain Gold Ltd.Spectra MotorsportsSpeedee Your Office Experts Ltd.Speedpro SignsSpeedy Petey’sSPH Consultancy Inc.Spider Rope Access & Rescue Services Ltd.Spring Lake RanchSpruceLee Construction Ltd.Stampede GlassStan Com Developments Ltd.StaplesStar Woks Chinese RestaurantStation House GalleryStewarts’ Lodge & Camps Ltd.Subway (Gill’s Investment Inc.)Suntree Guest CottagesSuper 8 MotelSurplus Herby’sTallheo Cannery Guest HouseTatla Lake ManorTaylor Made Cakes and SweetsTD Canada TrustTead Eco HomesTelusThe Dean on NimpoThe Hobbit HouseThe Open BookThiessen, Dr. Elmer, DentistThompson Rivers UniversityTolko Industries Ltd.Town Taxi (1987) Ltd.Trattoria Pasta ShoppeTruckMaxx/Sprayon Indy truck linersTrue Food ServicesTrue North Ventures Inc.Two Dog RanchUnited Concrete & Gravel Ltd.United Steelworkers Local 125Valleyview MotelVista Radio Ltd.Walk Rite Shoes Ltd.WalmartWellness FirstWest Chilcotin Tourism AssociationWest Fraser Mills Ltd.Western Financial GroupWildwood CampsiteWilliams Lake Association forCommunity LivingWilliams Lake Central BusinessImprovement AreaWilliams Lake & District Credit UnionWilliams Lake Employment ServicesWilliams Lake Golf & Tennis ClubWilliams Lake Indoor Rodeo AssociationWilliams Lake Minor HockeyWilliams Lake Stampede AssociationWilliams Lake Tribune-Cariboo PressWilliams Lake Veterinary HospitalWilliams Lake Youth Soccer AssocWindsor PlywoodWise Windows & DoorsWiseowl ToysWoodland Caribou ResortWoodland Tinnitus & Hearing ClinicZone 4 Hairstyling and Tanning

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