Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

 July 14, 2017

BC wildfiresDue to the recent wildfires across British Columbia and for the safety of staff and customers, E.B. Horsman & Son has temporarily closed its Williams Lake branch until further notice.

The Williams Lake branch staff have all been evacuated safely, and the company will continue to monitor the situation in that area. Click here to stay updated with BC Wildfire.

If you are a customer of the Williams Lake branch, please contact E.B. Horsman & Son's Prince George branch for any questions regarding your orders and requests.

E.B. Horsman & Son encourages everyone to support BC first responders, volunteers and all British Columbians who have been affected by these fires, and wishes everyone at Williams Lake, Cache Creek, 100 Miles, Ashcroft, and all the other areas affected by the wildfires to be safe and sound during these difficult times.



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