Year: 2014

Employment assistance
September declaired BC's Disability Employment Month and local office holds open house

Wire Service / October 8, 2014

Motherly love
Quesnel once again participated in the Quintessence Breastfeeding Challenge

Annie Gallant / October 8, 2014

Big, bigger, best
Quesnel Farmers' Market to hold annual pumpkin contest this Saturday

Wire Service / October 8, 2014

Patricia A. LeBourdais
Patricia died peacefully Wednesday, October 8, 2014 in Victoria. She was predeceased…

Wire Service / October 8, 2014

Down the Rabbit Hole
Kersley Players showcase emerging local playwright

Annie Gallant / October 8, 2014

Margaret Ransome
With great sadness the family of Margaret Ransome would like to announce…

Wire Service / October 6, 2014

Rueben (Ben) Miller
Rueben (Ben) Miller born October 1st, 1925 in Stony Plain, Alberta; passed…

Wire Service / October 5, 2014

Joyce Langeler
Joyce Langeler passed away peacefully surrounded by family on October 3, 2014…

Wire Service / October 3, 2014

Global warming ‘slowed by pollution’
Climate scientist Andrew Weaver says variations from climate predictions relate to the rise of Asia and its higher air pollution rates

Tom Fletcher / October 2, 2014

Is CUPE running your city hall?
Premier Christy Clark forced municipal employee wage increases onto the agenda of the annual UBCM convention

Tom Fletcher / October 1, 2014

Catching the ringette bug
I didn’t know anything about the sport when my 7 year old daughter came home and said, “I want to try ringette.”

Wire Service / October 1, 2014