Williams Lake, British Columbia

What is Williams Lake, British Columbia known for?


popular activities

, golf, tennis, swimming (human swimming), soccer (Association football), rugby (Rugby football) and baseball. * There's skiing and snowboarding available at the Mount Timothy Ski Area located near 150 Mile House. * The Thunder Mountain Speedway holds stock car races, and the Crash-to-Pass also holds races in the summer months. * Mountain biking, and hiking are popular activities on trails. * Williams Lake is the home of two cadet corps. The 202 Chilcotin


red rock

Columbia McLeese Lake and Marguerite (Marguerite, British Columbia). En route, Highway 97 follows the east bank of the Fraser River to the city of Quesnel (Quesnel, British Columbia), and a junction with Highway 26 (British Columbia Highway 26). Over the next 115 km (71 mi) north of Quesnel, after passing through the hamlets of Strathnaver (Strathnaver, British Columbia), Hixon (Hixon, British Columbia), Stoner (Stoner, British Columbia) and Red Rock, British

Columbia Red Rock , Highway 97 meets its junction with Highway 16 (British Columbia Highway 16) at Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia). North of here, the highway veers away from the Fraser River, and the British Columbia Railway veers northwestward from it. '''Highway 20''', also known as the Chilcotin Highway, and officially dubbed the Alexander MacKenzie Highway (Alexander Mackenzie (explorer)), is one of the two main East-West routes in the British Columbia Interior


close relationship

: www.paralympic.org Sport Results search.html?sport all&games all&medal all&npc can&name hansen&fname &gender m title Athlete Search Results publisher International Paralympic Committee accessdate 13 February 2010 Hansen won 19 international wheelchair marathons, including three world championships. He also coached high school basketball and volleyball. Hansen had a very close relationship with his family, especially with his father and grandfather


grand canyon

birth_place residence Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia), British Columbia office1 MLA (Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) for Cariboo (Cariboo (provincial electoral district)) '''David Zirnhelt''' is a Canadian (Canada) politician. He was born in Williams Lake, British Columbia, located in the Cariboo region of the province's central interior. He obtained an undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of British Columbia in political science and public administration, returning to the Williams Lake area, where he became a cattle rancher and a practitioner of horse logging. He was also active as a consultant in various federal, provincial, and First Nations projects related to public policy and economic development.


largest gold

evenly between the cities of Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) and Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia), it is on the main route to northern British Columbia and the Yukon. It is claimed to be home to one of the world's largest gold pans (disputed by Nome, Alaska and others). - CKWL (CKCQ-FM) 0 570 AM Williams Lake (Williams Lake, British Columbia) Vista Broadcast Group country


amp games

: www.paralympic.org Sport Results search.html?sport all&games all&medal all&npc can&name hansen&fname &gender m title Athlete Search Results publisher International Paralympic Committee accessdate 13 February 2010 Hansen won 19 international wheelchair marathons, including three world championships. He also coached high school basketball and volleyball. Hansen had a very close relationship with his family, especially with his father and grandfather


contemporary works

and restore the BC Rail Station at #1 Mackenzie Avenue North, and to provide studio and gallery space. Each month, the Gallery exhibits a variety of contemporary works in many mediums by local, regional, and touring artists. The Society also operates a gift shop that features the work of local artisans and crafts people. * The Museum of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Museum of the Cariboo-Chilcotin offers a glimpse into the Central Cariboo's history


school basketball

: www.paralympic.org Sport Results search.html?sport all&games all&medal all&npc can&name hansen&fname &gender m title Athlete Search Results publisher International Paralympic Committee accessdate 13 February 2010 Hansen won 19 international wheelchair marathons, including three world championships. He also coached high school basketball and volleyball. Hansen had a very close relationship with his family, especially with his father and grandfather


frequent fishing

, with whom he enjoyed frequent fishing trips. terminus_b at the Yukon border cities Osoyoos (Osoyoos, British Columbia) Oliver (Oliver, British Columbia) Penticton (Penticton, British Columbia) Westside (District Municipality of Westside, British Columbia) Kelowna (Kelowna, British Columbia) Vernon (Vernon, British Columbia) Kamloops (Kamloops, British Columbia) Cache Creek, British Columbia


events sports

in participating in the programs, courses and special events. Sports and recreation *The Williams Lake Stampeders are the local Ice hockey team, playing in the Central Interior Hockey League; their arena is the Cariboo Memorial Complex * The Williams Lake TimberWolves resumed play in September, 2009 in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). Due to financial obligations, the BCHL has suspended the Williams Lake franchise indefinitely. * Williams Lake has facilities for curling

Williams Lake, British Columbia

'''Williams Lake''', is a city in the Central Interior (British Columbia Interior) of British Columbia, Canada. Located in the central part of a region known as the Cariboo, it is the largest urban centre between Kamloops and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia), with a population of 10,832 in city limits. Williams Lake, CY British Columbia (Census subdivision)

Williams Lake hosts the annual Williams Lake Stampede, which takes place over the Canada Day long weekend. It is the home town of Rick Hansen, the Canadian paraplegic (Paraplegia) athlete and activist (Activism) for people with spinal cord injuries, who became famous during his fundraising ''Man in Motion'' world tour.

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