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Work is set to start in August
Impacted teams include both the Quesnel Thunder and the Williams Lake Bighorns
“We got everybody together to get on the same page,” Quesnel Mayor Bob Simpson said.
Cariboo residents can register for the event at walkforalzheimers.ca
Micro-weddings, online visits, offered at Barkerville Historic Town and Park
Joelle Withey has been appointed to the position of vice-principal at QJSS
Quesnel resident facing multiple charges
“We’re not cancelling the season just yet” - TMS president Kane Fraser said
Fish will spend about 20 seconds inside the system, moving at roughly 20 metres per second
Taking place from May 16-31, the contest is open for anyone to enter
In its report RCAC emphasizes the vital role regional airports provide
The annual Walk to End ALS will march along online amid the novel coronavirus pandemic
The annual budget bylaw was set at $41,164,102.
Gov’t needs to implement screening process, owner says
Kangaroos hopeful for second shot at hosting Coy Cup in 2021
Whether from your backyard, balcony or garden, Birds Canada is asking: what birds can you find?
BC Parks plans to open up camping opportunities later in June and July
Offices to close in Williams Lake, Quesnel and 100 Mile House
“These are unprecedented times at TRU, and for our society,” Fairbairn said
“We’ve been out in the community and we can see the stress and concern,” Oakes said.