Lindsay Chung

Northern Development Initiative Trust offers rebate for businesses affected by mill closures, curtailments

Small and medium-sized businesses can apply for Forestry Affected Business Consulting Rebate

Cascadiens come to Barkerville Historic Town and Park

The HBC employees travelled north up the Cariboo Waggon Road to see “the big city”

Wells hosts second show and shine car show

Mayor Gabe Fourchalk chose a 1964 Ford Galaxie owned by Quesnel’s Gord Phillips as his favourite car

Quesnel Model Railway Club looking for a new home

Saturday, Aug. 10 was the club’s last public display at the Maple Park Mall

PHOTOS: Meet some of the Quesnel SkyFest performers

Quesnel’s International Airshow featured the Snowbirds, SkyHawks, CF-18 Demo Team and many more

Select Seed Co. looking to establish new lodgepole pine seed orchard in Quesnel

Brian Barber was recently in Quesnel looking for potential sites for a 5,000-tree seed orchard

Australian Ranch south of Quesnel receives Century Farm Award

The Yorston family has been ranching on the property since 1903

CNC Quesnel’s new power engineering facility expected to be ready for 2020 programs

The college is waiting for a part for the boiler, which is being manufactured in Italy

Quesnel welcomes Sustainable Living Leadership Program paddlers

Program participants are travelling the 1,4oo-kilometre Fraser River by canoe, raft, car and foot

Quesnel firefighters extinguish house fire

One resident was home but was able to get out safely

Celebrating Swiss National Day in Quesnel

A 100-year-old Swiss school uniform, handmade alpenhorn and cowbells were on display

4CRPG standing up a new patrol in Quesnel

The Canadian Rangers are a lightly-equipped, self-sufficient segment of the Army Reserve

Wildfires 2017 Project features photographs of the aftermath of devastating fires

Photographer Nicole Johnston presents her first show at the Quesnel Art Gallery

Book about Linda the Giraffe’s adventures with CF-18 Demo Team debuts at SkyFest

Quesnel author and illustrator release new children’s book about SkyFest mascot

Quesnel SkyFest Twilight Show moved to Saturday night

Due to rain and low cloud ceiling, tonight’s show has been moved to Saturday at 8:15 p.m.

Lots of treasures to be found at upcoming Nazko market

Sunday’s market will combine a flea market and a farmer’s market

Province funding B.C.’s second regional food hub in Quesnel

The provincial government is committing up to $500,000 for the city to develop the food hub

Snowbirds, SkyHawks and more set to wow audiences at SkyFest

The sky above the Quesnel Regional Airport will soon be filled with…

Quesnel woman and her partner win $10,000 playing Lotto 6/49

Anna Leigh Arnett says her knees buckled and she “ugly cried” when she realized she won

There will be more than 300 live performances at ArtsWells this weekend

The festival in Wells kicks off with a Welcoming Ceremony and Rainbow Parade Friday at 7 p.m.