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City of Quesnel ratifies new agreement with CUPE 1050

City of Quesnel ratifies new agreement with CUPE 1050

The agreement between the city and CUPE 1050 will last until 2027
$37M to improve high-speed internet in Central Interior B.C.

$37M to improve high-speed internet in Central Interior B.C.

Federal Minister of Rural Economic Development Gudie Hutchings was in Williams Lake to make the announcement
BCGEU president visits striking CRD workers in Cariboo

BCGEU president visits striking CRD workers in Cariboo

Paul Finch was elected BCGEU president June 1st
15-year-old killed in UTV accident north of Barriere

15-year-old killed in UTV accident north of Barriere

Initial evidence suggests teen wasn't wearing seat belt at time of crash, RCMP say
Quesnel Pride Society getting ready for 2024 parade

Quesnel Pride Society getting ready for 2024 parade

The Pride Society is inviting folks to head downtown in Quesnel on June 15th
B.C. sisters hit the road with supernatural tours

B.C. sisters hit the road with supernatural tours

Victoria Vancek and Gina Armstrong recently investigated Likely Lodge
HAPHAZARD HISTORY: Springfield Ranch stands test of time

HAPHAZARD HISTORY: Springfield Ranch stands test of time

The ranch itself remains a picturesque and impressive tract of land
Cariboo Memorial Hospital ER closed overnight due to nursing shortage

Cariboo Memorial Hospital ER closed overnight due to nursing shortage

Residents are advised to travel to Quesnel or 100 Mile House for services
100 Mile House to update mobile park bylaw as developer interest grows

100 Mile House to update mobile park bylaw as developer interest grows

Coun. Barnett raised concerns about large fine and unclear wording
CRD board to bring issues to UBCM table

CRD board to bring issues to UBCM table

The district has identified a few topics to discuss