Lindsay Chung

Back Country Horsemen of B.C. North Cariboo Chapter members and hikers celebrate COTT opening

Horseback riders and hikers gathered at the new trailhead and honoured Dwight Dodge June 15

Quesnel groups provide input into 2020 provincial budget

Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services hears a variety of requests

New staff housing camp opens at Barkerville Historic Town and Park

The ATCO trailer at the Forest Rose Campground offers 26 housing units

’This is our way to give back to somebody’

Quesnel couple’s TeamTanya “The Breast Ride” raising money to help people going through breast cancer

Grads will be celebrated at Quesnel’s National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration

Event planned for Friday, June 21 includes dancing, children’s activities, food and music

Barkerville Historic Town and Park takes big steps to protect site against wildfire

A complex fuel management pilot project has recently been completed at the historic site

Back Country Horsemen of British Columbia North Cariboo Chapter celebrates opening of COTT

Opening ceremony, commemoration of Dwight Dodge will take place June 15 at 9 a.m. at new trailhead

Battlefield Bike Ride in Normandy full of unforgettable moments for Quesnel woman

Highlight of seven-day ride in France was stepping onto Juno Beach with 95-year-old D-Day veteran

Quesnel MS Walk raised $7,000

MS Society of Canada announces that Quesnel’s Walk raised almost twice as much as last year

Quesnel Friendship Centre ‘becoming such a hub’

Quesnel Tillicum Society Native Friendship Centre offers wide variety of programs and services

Music lovers of all ages encouraged to try Jam Camp North near Quesnel this summer

Registration deadline for this year’s camp is June 28

Wells-Barkerville and Quesnel students create thank you cards for Canadian WWII soldiers

Homemade cards will be placed on 75 graves at Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery

Wells playwright returning to Normandy with show inspired by visiting for 60th anniversary of D-Day

Julia Mackey will perform Jake’s Gift in French and English as part of the D-Day 75th anniversary

Excitement building around Wells Community Garden

There are 12 members this year, and they are building a new compost

Economic benefit of Quesnel hosting curling provincials estimated at $182,000

North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee learns the impacts of hosting the B.C. curling championships

Kenny Hess shares The Songs That Wrote Country Music May 31 in Quesnel

New show celebrates songs by country music legends and the stories behind them

Photos: Celebrating Billie Bouchie Day

There was a wide variety of activities and entertainment in Bouchie Lake on May 25

Get your tickets now for Buck Ridge Barn Dance and Silent Auction fundraising on June 1

The Buck Ridge Community Association is raising money to build a new community hall

Celebrating Victoria Day in Barkerville

Victoria Day was the first special event at Barkerville Historic Town and Park for the 2019 season

Quesnel student’s poster second in all of B.C.

Grace Anderson’s poster won second place in B.C. in the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest