Annie Gallant

Loraine Marshall entertains at the Quesnel Farmers' Market.

On her way to a masters

Quesnel's Loraine Marshall loves to fiddle and of her many, many instruments the fiddle is her most treasured

Loraine Marshall entertains at the Quesnel Farmers' Market.
Matisha cruises through a book she remembers reading in the StrongStart program.

A young grad remembers StrongStart

Matisha was one of the first StrongStart graduates who had a very successful elementary school career and now is moving to high school

Matisha cruises through a book she remembers reading in the StrongStart program.
Stefanie and daughter Charlie have enjoyed their time in the StrongStart program.

StrongStart great for kids and parents

The StrongStart program allows parents to interact with their children as well as other parents

Stefanie and daughter Charlie have enjoyed their time in the StrongStart program.
guiders gather at the entrance to the old cannery museum

Cannery Museum

Prince Rupert has a gem of a historical site in their Cannery Museum which has been preserved much as it was in the past

guiders gather at the entrance to the old cannery museum
Child learn to explore their world in the StrongStart program.

Give your child a strong start

Quesnel StrongStart program is a great resource for early childhood learning

Child learn to explore their world in the StrongStart program.
The 2016 Diamond Calcutta raised a total of $12

Diamond Calcutta scores big

Rotary Club of Quesnel's annual Diamond Calcutta raised $12,000 for local causes

The 2016 Diamond Calcutta raised a total of $12
Lynne Wright

A fun-filled guiders’ weekend in Prince Rupert

Four guiders from Quesnel attended a guiders' gathering in Prince Rupert

Lynne Wright
Recruiting new producers to the Quesnel Farmers’ Market was one of the top five rated projects.

Study proposes three year pilot project

Agriculture Centre Feasibility Study presented to council for consideration

Recruiting new producers to the Quesnel Farmers’ Market was one of the top five rated projects.
Each CNC grad received their certificate and congratulations from school administrators.

CNC Quesnel celebrates convocation

100 CNC Quesnel students accepted their parchment at the year's convocation ceremony

Each CNC grad received their certificate and congratulations from school administrators.
A donation to the Legion set historian Doug Carey on a path to discover Legion roots.

How the Legion became Canada’s primary veterans’ association

The beginnings of the Legion, as we know it today, started at the end of the First World War

A donation to the Legion set historian Doug Carey on a path to discover Legion roots.
Paul and Terry Nichols invited veterans to their farm south of Quesnel for the Equine Assisted Mindfulness program.

Powerful and fulfilling

First EAM pilot project a resounding success for Paul and Terry Nichols

Paul and Terry Nichols invited veterans to their farm south of Quesnel for the Equine Assisted Mindfulness program.
Above: Doug Carey and Carrie Lawrence dryfit the frame.

Keepers of Military History

Quesnel's Royal Canadian Legion is packed with hundreds of items of memorabilia from wartime and peacetime military service

Above: Doug Carey and Carrie Lawrence dryfit the frame.
Daniel Pfister

A Love Letter to Mother Nature

Gallery show features ode to wildlife and all things in nature

Daniel Pfister
Salvation Army Thrift Store Fashion Show is Thursday

Fashion Show with a difference

Salvation Army has trendy fashions for the entire family

Salvation Army Thrift Store Fashion Show is Thursday
Clockwose from top: left to right

Books on tap

Literacy Quesnel is now selling used adult fiction books at 206 – 488 McLean Street

Clockwose from top: left to right
Left to right

Off to camp

Tim Horton's annual Camp Day fundraisers enables disadvantaged children to go to camp

Left to right
The original Quesnel Legion building burned to the ground in 1995.

Celebrate Legion Week June 24 – 30

Quesnel Legion Brnach 94 has provided continuous service since 1927

The original Quesnel Legion building burned to the ground in 1995.
Runners got the high-five from cancer survivors as they headed out.

Quesnel hosts Relay for Life event

Six hours in Baker Creek Park raises $38,000 for Canadian Cancer Society

Runners got the high-five from cancer survivors as they headed out.
The Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee held their 4th annual poster contest for the grade 8 and 9 students of the community. The 1st

FASD poster winnters

Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee chooses four winners in their poster ocntest each year

The Quesnel FASD Advisory Committee held their 4th annual poster contest for the grade 8 and 9 students of the community. The 1st
Roger North

Lee Verge receives Power Pioneer CVommunity service Award

Based on volunteer service and good community participation, this award provides $1,000 to deserving recipients

Roger North