Voice for North Cariboo Seniors Feb. 20 guest speaker will speak about seniors’ care at hospital

The Quesnel-based group is also looking for volunteers to help move food products once a week

  • Feb 19, 2020

Rotary Club of Quesnel’s first Walk for Water coming up Feb. 21

Money raised will support the Baker Creek Enhancement Society and Roll-A-Hippo Foundation

Community contributions recognized during Quesnel Gallery of Honour presentation

The Quesnel & District Community Arts Council recognized Bert deVink, Jack Nelson and Destinee Boyd

Celebrate all things science Feb. 21 at the College of New Caledonia

CNC Quesnel Campus hosting School District 28 science fair and offering presentations, open houses

Family Day long weekend features a wide variety of events and activities in and around Quesnel

From town tours at Barkerville to a free swim, there is something for everyone this weekend

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Meet one of B.C.’s instructors in CPR and first aid for dogs

Paramedic teaches Dogsafe Canine First Aid to pet owners and people who run dog businesses

Learn more about forage management Feb. 10 in Kersley

B.C. Forage Council and Quesnel Cattlemen’s Association are hosting a free Knowledge Transfer Event

Quesnel Junior School WE Day Club raises $1,000

Students decided to split the funds between the BC SPCA and Seasons House

  • Feb 8, 2020

Found toddler’s headstone stolen from Penticton funeral home

The headstone is a sample product that belongs to a local funeral home.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Farms in BC

BC farmer shares reasons to love local!

  • Feb 3, 2020

COFI now accepting applications for 2020 Forestry Scholarships

Twelve entrance scholarships worth $1,500 will be awarded

Legion thanks RCMP with free memberships

BC/Yukon Command celebrates 100 years of RCMP service

B.C. man invents tree-planting alarm clock

If you wake up on time, you earn virtual seeds

‘Universities are fundamentally community institutions’

UNBC’s new Campus Development Liaison and Operations Manager is excited to work with and for Quesnel students

  • Jan 31, 2020

PHOTOS: Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run attracts long-time and new mushers

Mushers, skijorers, skiers and a snowshoer carried mail from Quesnel to Barkerville over three days

Quesnel Bikers find friendly people in southern Laos

Chris and Heather Hartridge invited to join a community Buddhist ceremony

  • Jan 28, 2020

Kersley Farmers Institute’s winter workshop highlights opportunity and connection

The workshop featured a new networking event and a full day of presentations and updates in Quesnel

Quesnel Community Foundation designates new permanent bursary

The Dr. Neil and Eva Barber and Friends Healthcare Education Bursary will be awarded in 2020

Vancouver Island home to one of Canada’s largest private skateboard collections

Eric Pinto owns hundreds of boards, spanning multiple decades