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Horsefly mascot “Buzzy” proudly riding in the Williams Lake Stampede Parade July 2, 2016. Horsefly Nursery entered an excellent parade float in the business category and did our town proud.  Thanks for that guys.

Horsefly Water Quest Brochure is available

Middle Horsefly River Falls is just one of 5 attractions in the new Horsefly Waterfall Quest Brochure Now available at Clarke’s Store, Horsefly Service, and the Museum/Visitor Information Centre Make it an activity for the summer of 2016  

ATV Poker Rally coming soon

Check out the high country in the Cariboo Mountains at the 4th Annual Horsefly Volunteer Fire Department ATV Poker Rally. July 23, 2016 at 10:00 am at km 145 on Black Creek Road.  Check the Horsefly Buzz for details, or see posters in Horsefly & Williams Lake at the RV dealers.  Registration $50.00.  Great prizes.

Horsefly Waterfall Quest

Horsefly District Board of Trade is working on a new tourist brochure.    It is called Horsefly Waterfall Quest and will showcase 5 waterfalls in Horsefly.  Three on Horsefly River and two on Moffat Creek

Updated Horsefly Webpage launched

Horsefly website has been updated as of June 14, 2016 by a community project, under economic development,  with the Horsefly Board of Trade and the Cariboo Regional District

MLA Coralea Oakes presents Fire Chief Cecil Morhart with a cheque for $30,400.00.

MLA Coralea Oakes presents Fire Chief Cecil Morhart with a cheque for $30,400.00. Horsefly Volunteer Fire Department gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

Meet the Author & Avid Fisherman: Horsefly’s Own, Lloyd Antypowich

Horsefly resident Lloyd Antypowich  was born in 1937 in the house where his family lived on his father`s homestead in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. His father immigrated to Canada in 1904, answering the call to freedom and the possibility of owning property of his own. A new start in life for his family; his wife and […]


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