Lindsay Chung

Cariboo North MLA ‘deeply disappointed’ in early election call

Coralee Oakes says there has been unprecedented co-operation in Victoria during the pandemic

Quesnel RCMP respond to three gun-related calls, including drive-by shooting, in five days

Sgt. Richard Weseen says the Quesnel RCMP has seized more than 17 firearms in the month of September

Cariboo Regional District hopes to build low mobility trail at Pioneer Park

The regional district is applying for federal funding for trail construction and site upgrades

COVID-19: Northern Health assuring public it has declared no public exposure events or outbreaks

As of Sept. 17, there are 241 cases in the Northern Health Authority region

Being a Big Sisters has a big impact – on both sides

Sept. 18 is National Big Brothers Big Sisters Day

Vote now for 2020 Quesnel Business Excellence Awards

Online voting is open until Sept. 20

New Quesnel-area community forest process moving forward

Cariboo Regional District directors heard an update at their Sept. 11 meeting

New downtown Quesnel art studio will provide workshop, studio space

A variety of workshops have already been booked at new Reid Street Studios

Public input wanted to help shape CNC’s next 50 years

The College of New Caledonia is hosting virtual strategic planning sessions Sept. 21-29

Cariboo North MLA is new Official Opposition Critic for Emergency Preparedness

Coralee Oakes’s new role was announced Thursday, Sept. 10

Cariboo-Prince George MP named Special Advisor on Mental Health and Wellness

Todd Doherty was named to Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole’s Shadow Cabinet Sept. 8

Bouchie Lake’s Sybille Muschik shares her Perceptions in September art show

Much of the multi-media artist’s work focuses on the natural world and humans’ impact on it

Provincial government has finalized detailed design for rebuilding West Fraser Road

Due to COVID-19, no in-person information sessions planned; locals invited to view updates online

Cariboo Regional District’s Community Liaison Program bringing local knowledge into emergency operations

Co-ordinator Stephanie Masun hopes residents will provide input to improve emergency communications

Quesnel author’s second book explores the life of legendary packer Cataline

Susan Smith-Josephy’s new book covers several early B.C. gold rushes and developments

Quesnel’s 2020-22 strategic plan focuses on housing, public safety, economic transition and forestry

Council approved the plan May 5, with changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic

Quesnel council provides base funding for new North Cariboo Seniors’ Council

The $3,500 will help pay for office space, insurance and phone and website expenses

Julie Fowler of Wells helps build new provincial music festival collective

The group is sharing information and working together to address COVID-19 challenges

Have your say in 2021 provincial budget, starting June 1

The Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services will hold virtual public hearings

Costs of responding to Baker Creek flooding continue to rise for City of Quesnel

The City has already spent $200,000 and is bracing for larger expenditures going forward