100 Mile House Resources:
100 Mile House Visitor Centre – Whether you are a local resident looking for information for your next holiday or just visiting 100 Mile House, be sure to stop in and meet our friendly staff at the Information Centre located on Highway 97. From maps, books and souvenirs they have just about everything you will need to prepare yourself for your next British Columbia holiday. Just look for the worlds largest cross country skis!
Winter hours of operation are 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
Summer hours will start May 16th and will be 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Monday to Sunday.
Mail P.O. Box 340
155 Airport Road
100 Mile House, BC
Tel. (250) 395-5353
Fax. (250) 395-4085
South Cariboo Community Transit
South Cariboo Health Foundation
The South Cariboo Health Foundation was created in 2002 to support local community health facilities and health projects and to ensure that money raised or donated in our area remains in our community. The Foundation carries on its activities exclusively through public donations. The Board of Directors of the Foundation are all volunteers and residents of the South Cariboo.
They are committed to developing & maintaining high quality health care facilities to serve our local area. You can make a difference by supporting the South Cariboo Health Foundation. Please visit our web site www.southcariboohealth.com for further information.
100 Mile House Lodge & Conference Centre – A place in history, a place for your special event!
If you are interested in reserving the Valley Room, Martin Exeter Hall or the Community Kitchen please contact the Visitor Information Centre at 250-395-5353.
100 Mile House Mural Society
As well as being a local project, we are striving to become a significant contributor to the B.C. Wide 2010 Mural Historical Highways Project; a project that communities situated along the province’s major highways will join.
With travelers from all over the world anticipated to attend the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, our town mural project will be well established and provide tourists the opportunity to come into our community, boost our economy and see the pride with which we celebrate our pioneer history.
To learn more about how you can help paint the town please visit www.100milemurals.com
Northern Development Initiative Trust – Check out some of the economic success stories in 100 Mile House.
Northern Development Initiative Trust exists to serve the communities of central and northern British Columbia. Since 2005, they have been providing critical grant, loan and capacity building programs to strengthen municipalities, First Nations, Regional Districts, non-profits and businesses throughout the north. Their programs provide funding or support for business development, supply chain financing, community hall and recreation facility upgrades, economic diversification infrastructure and grant writing support, among other things.