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City of Quesnel tucks $56,754.21 into general revenue fund

Provincial government provides grants-in-lieu instead of paying local governments property taxes

City council continues working on supportive housing development

Bylaw and agreement amendments help iron out wrinkles in facility operation

Ken Coombs retires again

Longtime Quesnel employee came back to clean up a public works department in disarray

Accessible Committee members met with council

Reduced budget and insight on refreshed message campaign presented for Quesnel

Cariboo Regional District directors elected new chair

Directors reviewed proposed provisional Business Plans and Budget, sealed union agreement

City and Cariboo Regional District Invest in the Arts

Quesnel and District Community Arts Council to receive $37,000 to expand efforts

  • Dec 6th, 2017
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          Council taking new public works facility to referendum on Oct. 28, 2018

          Mayor warns councillors to avoid location debate and whispers of old armchair builders

          Missing person: 18-year-old Joshua McKee

          RCMP are asking that anyone who has seen or heard from McKee get in touch with local detachment

          Kelowna West voters to pick Christy Clark’s replacement in February

          Premier John Horgan says while no date yet, he will call the byelection in early January.

          Heated exchanges highlight fourth B.C. Liberal leadership debate

          Feisty moments as the six candidates square off in Kelowna Saturday

          After a lengthy discussion, council takes next step in Reid Street revitalization

          Councillors go over beautification aspects of proposed $6-plus-million-dollar capital project

          Quesnel Shift Into Winter check stop highly successful

          Emergency services personnel gave Quesnel residents a friendly safety message

          Councillor Ron Paull wanted movement on legal pot revenue sharing

          Quesnel city council asking federal and provincial revenue ministers for fair compensation

          BC Hydro handing out free energy saving kits

          Crown corporation helps income-eligible customers save energy and money this winter

          • Nov 30th, 2017

          City wants dogs to have valid licences when using parks and trails

          Humans get in free, but their ‘best friends’ must pay for privilege of accompanying them

          City council heard about a proposed Air Permit amendment

          Quesnel Sawmill manager Chris Finch outlined equipment changes and impact on city air shed

          Council notes for Nov. 21 meeting

          City of Quesnel council dealt with a number of issues at its recent meeting

          More information coming to light on wildfire impact

          Salvaging wood in Quesnel area not as enticing as fire zones south of city

          CRD to host online wildfire consultation via Facebook Live tonight

          Tune in to the CRD’s Emergency Operation Centre Facebook page between 6:30 and 8 p.m. tonight

          Ministry spokesperson: wildfires’ fireguards already being rehabilitated

          Richmond: Mills and contractors should have access to timber stacked on right-of-ways

          • Nov 24th, 2017