Community Groups - Louis Creek

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An unincorporated settlement in the Interior of B.C., located at the mouth of Louis Creek on the North Thompson River. It wa named after Louis Barrie and Francois Lavieur who prospected there in 1860, finding some gold, so that the stream became known as Louis or Frenchman's Creek. Louis Creek Indian Reserve No.4 is located nearby.
The town suffered heavy damage from a forest fire in 2003.