Annie Gallant

Quesnel’s Terry Fox Run legacy

The city has been holding an annual fundraising run since the 80s

Don’t miss the musical Oh, Canada extravaganza

Leisa Way and the Wayward Wind Band to perform songs by Canadian musical legends

Quesnel Farmers’ Market Customer Appreciation day is this Saturday

Head to Helen Dixon Saturday morning for all the festivities

Chris and Heather Hartridge: honouring Good Neighbours along the way

The Quesnel pair’s cycling saga continues into Ontario and Quebec

September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month

Find out what’s happening with the local chapter

West Fraser Centre opening features 54-40

The Canadian band will entertain Quesnel on Saturday night

This and that for seniors: time to sign up for events and clubs

Plenty of local events taking place this fall in Quesnel

Quesnel Art Gallery showcases two local artists

Harker and Ashcroft pay homage to the Cariboo’s magnificent trees

Blaze Mack wins Hospital Auxiliary bursary

The UNBC student was awarded $500 for medical studies

Baezaeko Road couple who lost everything in wildfire bolstered by donations from family

Gregg and Lucy Ross’ home was lost in the Plateau wildfire

Mandatory turn onto Kinchant a result of Ministry consultation

Concerns were raised by the City of Quesnel in 2016 regarding congestion on Highway 97

Quesnel’s Terry Fox Run slated for Sept. 17

The route is Quesnel’s Riverfront trail counter-clockwise for 5.5 km or less

Quesnel Women’s Fall Challenge just around the corner

Early registration is open, and T-shirts must be ordered by Sept. 12

Quesnel local off to Toronto to volunteer at 2017 Invictus Games

MacNeill says she is volunteering to honour the men and women who serve

Shameless Hussy Productions presents The Love Bomb at Chuck Mobley Theatre

Get tickets for a rocking musical drama coming to Quesnel Sept. 11

United Way of Northern BC awards $250,000 for early years initiatives in North Central B.C.

“The well-being of children and families is a priority for UWNBC,” said the organizations CEO.

Too Sense brings new music to Kersley’s Pen-Y-Bryn Farm

The two-piece band will be performing Aug. 26.

Wells B.C. hosts fifth annual Moonrise Film Festival

The arts community invites film fanatics to its festival Aug. 25-27.

Quesnel rancher and painter finds inspiration all around her

Quesnel’s Cecile Cameron paints from her experiences.

Cariboo dairy farming into the future

Artique Farms growing with state-of-the-art technology.