Local News

Quesnel School District penning back to school plans

The district will submit their plan to provincial officials Aug. 21, share with the public Aug. 26

Body of missing boater recovered by CCSAR at Quesnel Lake

Williams Lake RCMP and BC Coroners Service are investigating

No injuries in Quesnel car fire

RCMP and fire crews responded to a call of a vehicle on fire in the WalMart parking lot at 7:30 a.m.

Province, feds, Wet’suwet’en announce progress in MOU talks

Community engagement process launched to implement northern B.C. First Nation’s rights and title

Wells mining company working to return to normal after COVID-19 postive test

Barkerville Gold Mines general manager said the diamond drilling program will return later this week

New building nearly ready for opening at Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park

The multi-purpose building features an upstairs lounge and ability to host community events

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Flights from Quesnel not cleared for takeoff

Central Mountain Air’s schedule until at least Oct. 31 does not include any Cariboo stops

Quesnel cemetery damaged by bears

Some Tranquility Gardens memorial trees were heavily damaged by a family of bears looking for food

Quesnel opens loop and bridge after flooding receeds

The Johnston Bridge is now open to traffic from both directions

COVID-19 takes bite out of Quesnel property sales: Board

Property sales in the region are down over $10 million in 2020

First Nations youth get hands on archaeological experience

Delving into the ancient past has inspired the future aspirations of four First Nations youth

Quesnel-Hydraulic Road slide threatening livelihoods of local ranchers, residents

Ranchers say cattle cannot get to sale if MOTI does not repair road before fall

  • Aug 7, 2020

Bats in August may be pups learning to fly

Mid-summer is the time when landowners typically notice more bat activity

  • Aug 7, 2020

New wildfire springs up north of Clinton; lightning suspected as cause

Fire is not a flare-up of blaze that started on Aug. 1 near 51 Mile Creek

Maple Drive streetlight project to be put to voters this fall

New streetlights would see additional tax for residents, increased safety for pedestrians

  • Aug 5, 2020

Proposed Quesnel interconnector moves beyond preliminary design stage

MOTI to prepare business case for provincial leaders, showing cost and scope of Highway 97 project

  • Aug 5, 2020