Lindsay Chung

City of Quesnel celebrates grand opening of Forestry Innovation Centre

The centre showcases what can be done with all the different wood products produced in this area

Barkerville Gold Mines getting closer to finalizing project description for new mine

The Cariboo Gold Project is a proposed underground mine near Wells with an 11-year mine life

Upcoming book sale will help Friends of the Library update Quesnel Library space

This year’s used book sale takes place Sept. 24-28

Quesnel in Action courthouse rally planned for Sept. 23

Public Safety Opposition Critic MLA Mike Morris says community rallies like this make a difference

Cops for Cancer Tour de North arrives in Quesnel Sept. 22

The riders will gather for a photo opportunity at Canadian Tire around 5 p.m. Sunday

New posters prepared for Friday’s Take Back the Night march in Quesnel

The annual event starts at 6 p.m. at the Women’s Memorial on Bowron Avenue

New trail race raises close to $5,000 for McLeese Lake fire hall

One hundred and 34 runners and hikers took part in the inaugural Sole 2 Soul Trail Race Sept. 15

Funds still available in North Cariboo through Wildfire Business Transition Program

Community Futures North Cariboo hopes local businesses will take advantage of the opportunity

Quesnel and District Community Arts Council will celebrate 45th anniversary during Culture Days

Several activities and events are planned for Sept. 27-29, including second Indigenous Artist Show

Public invited to learn more about pasture rejuvenation trials south of Quesnel

A pasture walk with B.C. Forage Council will take place Sept. 18 at Australian Ranch

Rhythm Club helping build connections at marketing workshops

Evie Lavers of Wells is excited to bring the workshop tour to northern B.C.

Motorcycle Toy Run raises large pile of toys for Quesnel’s Good Cheer program

The toys will be donated to children at Christmas time

Quesnel walkers raise awareness for FASD for 16th year

The Quesnel Tillicum Society hosted the 16th annual FASD Awareness Walk Sept. 9

Craft night will prepare posters and banner for Quesnel’s Take Back The Night March

The Quesnel Women’s Resource Centre is hosting a craft night Sept. 12 from 5-8 p.m.

Dakelh and Quesnel Community Housing Society plans to build low-income housing on Front Street

The four-storey building will have three floors of residences and one floor of commercial space

City of Quesnel moving forward with potable water treatment

Quesnel must become in compliance with new drinking water guidelines for manganese

Learn more about the life and times of ‘Barkerville’s enigma’ Sept. 11

Miss Florence Wilson’s great-great-great-great niece will be part of Bonepicker film premiere

Cariboo Fire Centre experiencing little fire activity at this time

There’ve been 48 fires in the Cariboo Fire Centre since April 1, according to the latest newsletter

CSUN advocates for safe supply, decriminalization, less stigma during overdose awareness event

Coalition of Substance Users of the North’s event in Quesnel included mock overdose prevention site

Quesnel council placing limit on cannabis retail store applications

Councillors have decided to cap the number of stores at the five that are currently in progress