Sugar Cane Petroleum Products
Sugar Cane Petroleum Products is a Band Corporation that operates a gas station and convenience store under an independent board of directors located near Chief Will-Yum Campsite. The gas station and store is the most consistently successful business for the WLIB. They pay a nominal rent to the band and an annual royalty through a trust.

Business Inquiries: (250) 296-4522

Sugar Cane TreadPro
Part of the Treadpro Group, serving the whole of Western Canada, and just one of several initiatives by the Williams Lake Indian Band Sugarcane Treadpro is conveniently located on Highway 97S next door to Chief Will Yum Gas Bar/Food Store and Camp Site. There is easy, drive through access for even the biggest vehicles, a custom designed building and state of the art equipment.

Phone: 250-296-4453
Fax: 250-296-4473

Hours are 8am-5pm Monday to Saturday

Chief Will-Yum Campsite

Call 250-296-4352 to book your reservation.

Heritage Park
The Chief William Heritage Site and RV Park are located on Highway 97 5 minutes south of the City of Williams Lake. The RV Park has 32 serviced sites with plans for an additional 30 sites for 2006. The Heritage site includes a pow wow arbor and large replica pit house. The pow-wow arbor has the capacity to seat over 1,000 people. This structure was 100% built by band members and we host the Annual Community Chief William Fathers Day Pow in June and Annual Cariboo Contest Pow Wow which is held August 19 to 21.

Borland Creek Logging

Borland Creek Logging is a Band owned logging outfit with complete equipment, crew and Silva culture technicians. Borland Creeks timber supply currently includes tenures, woodlot licenses and salvage contracts. This fiber supply provides the basis for our operations and supplemental timber will be sought through salvage and joint venture opportunities.  Stomers is our goal.

Board of Directors

Joseph Sandy
Aaron Higginbottom
Willie Sellars Jr.


Aaron Higginbottom

Coyote Rock Golf Course
Phone: 250-303-4653