Heather Norman

Quesnel Community Foundation raises $123,500

Foundation president Mary Sjostrom says there may still be a few donations in the mail

UPDATED: Trial date set Quesnel local charged with murder, attempted murder

Kristopher Edward Leclair is charged in relation to a July 2018 fatal stabbing

VIDEO: Quesnel’s weekend in review

Busy weekend in town, Dec. 8-9

Dramatic reading of A Christmas Carol in Quesnel Thursday

All proceeds from the show go toward a new performing arts centre for the area

Cariboo’s Therapy and Reading Assistance Pets looking for funds, volunteers

Volunteer group takes therapy dogs to seniors’ homes, helps children learn to read

PHOTOS: 4th Annual Literacy Quesnel Society Christmas Event

Many young locals tested their creativity and received a free book

Correlieu remembers victims of gender-based violence with interactive shoe memorial

On Dec. 6, 1989, 14 women were killed in the École Polytechnique shooting in Montreal

Correlieu to host shoe memorial for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Memorial will feature 308 pairs of shoes, each connected to a profile in the CBC database of MMIW

Literacy Quesnel Society to host 4th annual Christmas event

The event will run from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the West Park Mall on Dec. 6

Kersley Elementary students cook for seniors

The students work with a group of dedicated volunteers to cook for seniors from Dunrovin each month

Quesnel to raise utility fees in 2019

The changes include increases to sewer, water, landfill, commercial garbage and airport fees

Quesnel inching toward first privately-owned cannabis store

The only applicant has been approved to move on to the province, before returning to council

Santa Claus to visit Quesnel this Saturday

Fireworks, s’mores and more at QDA Santa Extravaganza, Dec. 1

St. Ann’s Catholic School celebrates Movember in style

Students wore their best moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men’s health

Nov. 26-Dec. 2 is National Addictions Awareness Week

Executive director of Seasons House says there aren’t enough supports for those with addictions

Quesnel’s Harry Potter pop-up shop and charity coffee stand

Sharon Winter is a self-described “Potterhead”

Ventriloquist Kellie Haines coming to Quesnel

Haines has been performing since she was eight years old

Cannabis bylaw defeated, new councillors in favour of private store option

The council meeting on Tuesday evening (Nov. 20) also included a public hearing on the bylaw

Chemo RV demolishes old building in Quesnel

Chemo RV used the old building for 30 years

Local Toastmasters club improves confidence, leadership skills

The meetings take place every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at CNC