Community

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

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British Columbia's provincial health officer offers some words of encouragement to the grads of 2020
Self-isolated Aldergrove grandpa finds way to surprise grandson on 3rd birthday
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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

Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run participants re-live part of Cariboo history

Mushers will be sworn in as official mail carriers Jan. 24 at 9 a.m. in downtown Quesnel

Cariboo Ski-Touring Club to host international film festival showcase

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival films to be shown at Hallis Lake Lodge on Jan. 24

VIDEO: Missing cat reunited with Vancouver Island family after three months

‘It was like one day she was there, the next day she was gone,’ said owner

Quesnel Farmers’ Market seeks new manager

After 20 years as the Quesnel Farmer’s Market manager, Paul Dumais is retiring

Your only chance to send mail by dog team is coming up this month

The 28th Annual Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run from Quesnel to Barkerville takes place Jan. 23-26

Kersley Farmers Institute’s winter workshop will focus on “farming for the future”

A Friday night new entrant networking event is being introduced this year

Quesnel Legion looks to build on strong year

Newly-installed executive of the Quesnel Legion hopes to increase services and membership in 2020

Time is running out to get in your Gallery of Honour nominations

The deadline to nominate Quesnel and area art and culture advocates and supporters is Jan. 12

Okanagan city goes bananas for truck spotted with fake gorilla in back

This giant gorilla has been spotted gallivanting around town

17 surrendered husky puppies available for adoption from Okanagan BC SPCA

The puppies were surrendered to the BC SPCA on Christmas Eve

Quesnel Vintage Car Club members donate toys to RCMP Victim Services

Club members try to collect enough toys to make a donation each Christmas

Second annual Progressive Agriculture Safety Day in Quesnel will take place May 16

Registration packages will be sent out soon, and organizers are looking for volunteers

  • Jan 2, 2020

Pedalling for change

Cops for Cancer Tour de North funds positive progress in cancer research despite declining donations