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COFI hosting annual convention in Prince George on April 5-6

COFI hosting annual convention in Prince George on April 5-6

Important forestry issues and changes will be discussed by industry and government leaders

  • Apr 6, 2018
COFI hosting annual convention in Prince George on April 5-6
West Fraser Mills Ltd. passed their latest audit with flying colours.                                 Photo by Ronan O’Doherty

West Fraser gets thumbs up from Forest Practices Board for recent audit

The board found WF compliant with the wildfire hazard assessment requirements

West Fraser Mills Ltd. passed their latest audit with flying colours.                                 Photo by Ronan O’Doherty
Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralson, is asking the federal government to develop plans to improve CN Rail’s services. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Northern B.C. rail service is unreliable and inadequate, trade minister says

Bruce Ralston pushes federal minister of transport to ensure reliable supply of rail cars

Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology Bruce Ralson, is asking the federal government to develop plans to improve CN Rail’s services. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
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Bus Crash Jan. 5
Quesnel Weekend Weather Update: Dec. 18
Quesnel Weekend Weather Update: Dec. 4
Alberta ramps up COVID-19 shots, paramedics added to priority list
Exterior renovations can include those for facades, signage, murals, architectural features, siding, lighting and awnings.                                File photo

$20,000 of funding up for grabs for facade improvement in the Cariboo

Businesses can apply to beautify commercial properties

Exterior renovations can include those for facades, signage, murals, architectural features, siding, lighting and awnings.                                File photo
Calving season presents many challenges for local ranchers

Calving season presents many challenges for local ranchers

Bonny and Richard Morley birth up to 80 calves a season

Calving season presents many challenges for local ranchers

Letter: Andrew Weaver statement on Fair Wages Commission report

Greens wants permanent commission to keep politics out minimum-wage talks

  • Mar 8, 2018
Dave Josephy telemarking at Troll Ski Resort.                                Throughout Time Photography

ABC Communications bridging the digital divide

Troll Resort and community are connected with Broadband internet

Dave Josephy telemarking at Troll Ski Resort.                                Throughout Time Photography
Chamber of Commerce president’s message for 2018

Chamber of Commerce president’s message for 2018

Quesnel and District Chamber of Commerce ready to plunge into 2018

  • Feb 21, 2018
Chamber of Commerce president’s message for 2018
Quesnel homeshow back for another year

Quesnel homeshow back for another year

2018 Quesnel Home & Outdoor Adventure Show sure to be another winner for vendors and patrons

  • Feb 15, 2018
Quesnel homeshow back for another year
Melanie Law photo

Cariboo Pulp employees donate $2,500 to Voice for North Cariboo Seniors

The cash will go towards purchasing groceries for seniors in need

  • Feb 14, 2018
Melanie Law photo
At a Jan. 17 meeting, the new Chamber of Commerce executive was elected. Back row, from left: Gloria Brown, Barbara Dodge, Debbie Roch, Greg Andrews, Jim Scott, and Ryan Broughton. Middle row, from left: Jillian Stockburger, Morgan Ross, Lori Carifelle and Michelle Daniels. Front row, from left: Tracy Bond, Julia Dillabough and Wendy Heppner. Missing from photo: Sheri Coles and Coral Beck.                                 TRACEY ROBERTS PHOTO

Quesnel Chamber of Commerce unveils new executive

Chamber president Julia Dillabough provides a preview of the coming year.

At a Jan. 17 meeting, the new Chamber of Commerce executive was elected. Back row, from left: Gloria Brown, Barbara Dodge, Debbie Roch, Greg Andrews, Jim Scott, and Ryan Broughton. Middle row, from left: Jillian Stockburger, Morgan Ross, Lori Carifelle and Michelle Daniels. Front row, from left: Tracy Bond, Julia Dillabough and Wendy Heppner. Missing from photo: Sheri Coles and Coral Beck.                                 TRACEY ROBERTS PHOTO
Green Tree Health and Wellness celebrates 10 years in Quesnel

Green Tree Health and Wellness celebrates 10 years in Quesnel

Local health food store celebrates 10 years of successful business in a community she loves

Green Tree Health and Wellness celebrates 10 years in Quesnel
Four Rivers Co-op provides monetary and volunteer support to its communities

Four Rivers Co-op provides monetary and volunteer support to its communities

2017 Community Support Fund gives $10,000 to QDHPCA to upgrade equipment and training

  • Jan 25, 2018
Four Rivers Co-op provides monetary and volunteer support to its communities
Quesnel inventor is making ball-hitch history

Quesnel inventor is making ball-hitch history

Local machinist invents tower and tongue device that he says will save lives

Quesnel inventor is making ball-hitch history
PST to be cut on non-residential electricity

PST to be cut on non-residential electricity

Business sector gets 50 per cent cut in 2018 and remaining 50 per cent in 2019

  • Jan 19, 2018
PST to be cut on non-residential electricity
Main Street was pretty quiet at Barkerville Historic Town and Park during the wildfire season last summer. There were significant losses during the peak season, but Barkerville making a comeback diversifying winter activities.                                Chris Sharpe photo                                The tube-run at Barkerville has been a huge hit this winter.Families have shown a lot of support with steady attendance every Saturday and Sunday, as well as statutory holidays or Pro-D days.                                File photo

Barkerville working hard to recover from wildfire season

Coleman: “We’re at the very beginning of diversifying our winter activities”

Main Street was pretty quiet at Barkerville Historic Town and Park during the wildfire season last summer. There were significant losses during the peak season, but Barkerville making a comeback diversifying winter activities.                                Chris Sharpe photo                                The tube-run at Barkerville has been a huge hit this winter.Families have shown a lot of support with steady attendance every Saturday and Sunday, as well as statutory holidays or Pro-D days.                                File photo
Real estate sales up slightly across the North in 2017

Real estate sales up slightly across the North in 2017

After wildfire season, Quesnel and Williams Lake back to expected sales levels, 100 Mile sluggish

  • Jan 12, 2018
Real estate sales up slightly across the North in 2017
Quesnel business representatives collected yuleitde food for less fortunate

Quesnel business representatives collected yuleitde food for less fortunate

South Business Improvement Association won title for tipping scales at 2,428 lbs. for Salvation Army

  • Jan 11, 2018
Quesnel business representatives collected yuleitde food for less fortunate
Internet boost for province’s rural areas

Internet boost for province’s rural areas

ABC Communications and Redline Communications Group form partnership

  • Jan 10, 2018
Internet boost for province’s rural areas
Scotia Bank supplies books for Barlow Creek School students

Scotia Bank supplies books for Barlow Creek School students

Children can get reading this year

  • Jan 6, 2018
Scotia Bank supplies books for Barlow Creek School students