Lindsay Chung

Quesnel’s Progressive Agriculture Safety Day proceeding as planned, with additional COVID-19 precautions

The May 16 event will be capped at 75 participants and will include a “no handshake policy”

PeeWee Provincials and Coy Cup cancelled in Quesnel due to COVID-19 pandemic

BC Hockey announced Thursday, March 12 that all events are cancelled until further notice

Quesnel residents encouraged to share their stories in writing contest

The topic for this year’s Short Story Contest is “stranded”

Eight 2020 Quesnel Ambassador candidates announced

This year’s candidates were introduced during a city council meeting in late February

UPDATE: Dust advisory has ended for Quesnel

The March 9 advisory was due to traffic stirring up winter traction materials from the roads

Next Bouchie Lake Lawnchair Travel flight will take you on an African safari

Join pilot Joan McNaughton March 9 at 7 p.m. at the Bouchie Lake Hall

Island Mountain Arts hosting storytelling workshop, painting residency in Wells this month

Janice Jo Lee is leading ‘Responsibility of the Storyteller;’ Peter Corbett shares plein air painting

Lhoosk’uz begins Walk One Way Together Health and Wellness Strategy

Indigenous-operated Alderhill Planning Inc. is working with the community over the next five months

Nazko Arts and Music Festival celebrates wide variety of talents

The fifth annual festival takes place Saturday, March 7 at the Nazko Valley Community Centre

Quesnel businesses encouraged to fill out forestry survey

The Chamber of Commerce wants to hear about the impacts of the forestry crisis

WATCH: Quesnel all-female-run craft brewery’s new collaboration brew can ease PMS symptoms

Aunt Florence gruit will be available in time for International Women’s Day

Importance of FireSmarting your home highlighted at Quesnel open house

The City of Quesnel hosted an open house at its Forestry Innovation Centre on Feb. 29

Talented musicians sharing Quesnel Live Arts stage March 7

The internationally renowned Marc Atkinson Trio performs with Cameron Wilson

New City of Quesnel volunteer recognition event will honour groups

Volunteer groups will be recognized for “milestones” such as five or 10 years of service

Canadian Ranger recognized for his work during 2017 wildfires

Juri Agapow of Hanceville, a member of the Quesnel Canadian Ranger Patrol, earns Command Commendation

City of Quesnel applying for grant to upgrade Riverfront Trail near Sugarloaf Dog Park

Council approved the grant application for the Sugarloaf Multi-Use Pathway Feb. 18

Benchwarmers, Narwhals and Might Pucks earn Week 4 Quesnel floor hockey wins

This is traditionally the week when the pretenders are separated from the contenders

Quesnel musician Brad Strang releasing new, themed CD March 1

Epic Journey features guests artists from Quesnel, Williams Lake and Nanaimo

Learn why Pam Devereux can’t wait to go back to Egypt in March 2 presentation

Devereux will share highlights of her trip as part of the Bouchie Lake Lawnchair Travel series

Barlow Creek fire truck alternate approval process ends March 2

The Cariboo Regional District needs to replace an aging fire engine