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Local clubs donate cash to Animal Evacuation Centre.
The local outlet is part of a larger co-operative that has voted to change its name to better reflect the geographical area it covers.
Support your local chapter by buying raffle tickets this month.
United Way of Northern B.C. awards $18,000 and a $7,500 grant to the Crisis Prevention, Intervention and Information Centre of Northern B.C. for two of its programs.
ANNIE GALLANT, Observer Reporter While in Quesnel, Minister of Public Safety and…
This resumption of Chris and Heather Hartridge’s cross-Canada bike tour is dedication…
Craig Cardiff returns to Pen-Y-Bryn Farm Aug. 17. Cardiff’s poster for his…
ANNIE GALLANT Observer Reporter Alison Martin had five days to put her…
Randy Lorntsen dodged wildfires, covered countless miles and didn’t sleep for two…
Quesnel Skyfest 2017 is honoured to welcome back the Canadian Armed Forces…
Quesnel Fire Department was happy to receive the three life-saving pieces of equipment
Alex Cuba performs at the Occidental March 25 in aid of supporting VGH Epilepsy Clinic's addition of two SIU beds
Natasha tells the truth about epilepsy and her experience with the Seizure Investigation Unit and brain surgery
Legion asking drivers to stop using access as roadway on the south side of their property
QJS students organized, baked, set up and sold cupcakes on the National Cupcake Day for SPCA
Quesnel's Gold Pan Grannies held a Rose in Winter fundrasing tea for the Stephen Lewis Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign
If you have an event that features Canada 150 promotion,let FOM know.
March is Epilepsy Awareness Month in Quesnel and for the past four years Natasha Wasmuth and her volunteers have fundraised
Organizers are busy already, preparing for Relay for Life in its new location
13 medical staff at Quesnel hospital's third floor won big in LottoMax