Kosta’s Cove Accessible Trail closed for maintenance starting July 2

The popular trail near 10 Mile Lake will be closed for two weeks while maintenance crews work

Meet Quesnel and District 4-H Member of the Week Jordan Rossmann

Quesnel and District 4-H is highlighting its hard-working members each week

City sets date for reopening pool at the Arts and Recreation Centre

The facility will return to its regular hours and the pool will reopen to the public on July 15

Daughter pays tribute to father who died of COVID-19 with memorial in Vancouver
Federal health minister 'can't rule out' Canada in second wave
B.C. reports six deaths, 317 new cases of COVID-19 as wildfire smoke affects air quality
Canada hopes to avert new U.S. tariff war, but stands ready to fire: Champagne

Eco-Sprouts get ready to head into nature

The Baker Creek Enhancement Society program kicks off on July 8

Chinese treasures unearthed in salvage at Barkerville Historic Town and Park

Ainsley studies the clues left behind by the some 2,000 Chinese miners from the Gold Rush era

Section of Riverfront Trail closed due to flooding

At this time a designated detour is not available.

Evacuation alerts for five properties lifted in the Fern Road and Maple Drive area of Quesnel.

The Fern Road and Maple Drive area alerts were originally issued on Friday, May 8

Council talks about the future of supportive housing in Quesnel

Questions and concerns raised regarding Seasons House and Elliott Street supportive housing project

Registration for Imagination Park Summer Camps open

The summer camp for kids ages kindergarten to 12-years-old will run from June 29 to August 27.

Pride flag flies high in leBourdais Park

The Pride flag will fly on the Quesnel community flag pole for the remainder of June

Meet the 2019 Quesnel Ambassadors and candidates

The members of this years Quesnel Ambassador Leaderhips Program reflect on their experiences

QUIZ: How much do you know about famous fathers?

In recognition of Father’s Day, take this quiz and put your knowledge to the test

Quesnel Grad 2020 Showcase Drive By event this Saturday

Family, friends and community members are encouraged to take part and celebrate this years grads

Salvation Army Thrift Store in downtown Quesnel permanently closed

The organization hopes to find a new location in south Quesnel and reopen this fall or in early 2021

Ranch Musings: The rush that is spring in the north

‘Feelings motivate us to do certain things. They can stifle ambition.’

The Season that Wasn’t

Rob Biller imagines how this season of floor hockey at Correlieu Secondary School could have ended

$30,000 in funding made available to charities and non-profit organizations

Funding to be used to support organizations disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

CITY HALL: A destination to come to

City council news from Mayor Bob Simpson

Council announce new Quesnel RCMP Staff Sergeant

Staff Sgt. Darren Dodge is introduced to the community, outlines RCMP strategic priorities for 2020

Council approves City of Quesnel Tax and Community Stabilization Bylaw

Bylaw transfers funds in the Tax Stabilization Fund to new Tax and Community Stabilization Fund