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108 Lake. (Photo: Jeffrey Newman).   Slide your cursor over the picture to see the lake in winter. (Photo: Mark Seilis)


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    Information from Al Richmond, Cariboo Regional District Director

  • 108 Mile Ranch (historically known as 108 Mile House) is a residential community situated in the heart of the South Cariboo region of British Columbia, surrounded by rolling hills, ranches, thousands of lakes and a wide range of recreational activities.

    Historically, en route to the great Cariboo Gold Rush, a few of the travellers settled here, carving out a place that would withstand the changes in time. For recent history, read The Grand Scheme of the Ranch.

    - RCA Games afternoons for 108 Mile residents
    - Cariboo Market - until October 16

    Get Connected!
    A few simple ways to get connected with the 108 community:

    1. Join the Community Association (details)
    2. Serve on the board or volunteer: phone Dan at 791-7281
    3. Join one of the service, social or recreational groups
    4. Attend community meetings and events
    5. Support our local businesses
    6. New arrival? Call Dan at 791-7281 to request a welcome package.

    Police: 911
    Ambulance: 911
    Fire: 911
    Conservation Officer: 1-877-952-7277
    Wildfires: 1-800-663-5555
        *5555 on most cell-phones

    CRD and Northern Secwepemc sign agreement

    Oct 14, 2014

    108 Mile Ranch, B.C. - The Cariboo Regional District (CRD) and the Northern Secwepemc First Nations signed a milestone agreement today as part of the journey towards building and operating a cultural centre and museum. The Centre will be located near the 108 Mile Heritage site along Highway 97.

    The signing today is the culmination of more than ten years of work that has involved:

    ·        Topographic surveys;
    ·        Archaeological and environmental impact assessments;
    ·        Feasibility Studies;
    ·        Architectural schematic design; and
    ·        Business plan development

    The building site was acquired through generous donations from TELUS, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and through a lease of the land with the Cariboo Regional District.

    Significant funding for the work to date has been provided by the CRD, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Heritage Canada, Western Economic Development Canada, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada and the Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition. More than $125,000 has been contributed by the five participating Northern Secwepemc Cultural Society Bands.


    To become a voting member of the 108 Ranch Community Association, you must be a landowner or renter in 108 Mile Ranch. Members can submit resolutions, vote and serve on the RCA board of directors. Absentee landowners/members are permitted one vote per property owned.

    WHY JOIN? (click to find out)

    Membership fee - per household 1 year $10   Mail cheque to:
    108 Ranch Community Association, PO Box 85, 108 Mile Ranch BC, V0K 2Z0, with your name, mailing address, street address and phone number.
      5 years $35  
    Business membership (more info.) 1 year $40  

    Memberships fall due in October but can be initiated or renewed any time from July.


    For further information, phone Bev French at 250-791-7206

    • To receive occasional announcements of RCA information and events by e-mail, click here.
    The more members we have, the more authority the RCA has to represent your interests.


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