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Community rallies to get Gronk to the game

A GoFundMe campaign is raising money to send avid Blue Jays fan Gary Gronskei of Quesnel to Toronto

Protective human chain forms around Victoria mosque for Friday prayer

Islanders stand arm-in-arm to show support in aftermath of New Zealand shootings

Provincial government needs to fund search and rescue: CRD

CRD board wants NCLGA resolution calling on the province to ensure secured funding is in place for SAR groups

Quesnel to participate in regional entrepreneur immigration program

The program provides a pathway for entrepreneurial immigrants to BC’s smaller communities

Quesnel’s Barkerville Brewing Co. collaborating on another Pink Boots brew

Twenty-one people had a hand in brewing the hibiscus dry-hopped lager

Quesnel and Williams Lake under air quality advisory

Dust and overall air quality prompts Environment Canada to issue statement

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Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day at Barkerville Brewing Co.
Sled Dog Mail Run Barkerville Dash
West Fraser Centre transforms
SUV speeds down Highway 1 before crashing into cable barrier

Quesnel Outback Quadders get $6,000 grant for trail improvements

The three-year-old ATV club now has 240 paid members

PG RCMP seeks information following third suspicious incident involving child

Most recent incident occurred near North Tabor Boulevard and Ospika Boulevard

Quesnel joins global Youth Climate Strike

Twelve-year-old organizes Fridays for Future Strike

Bill passes to make Sept. 30 National Day for Truth and Reconciliation statutory holiday

Residential school survivor Phyllis Webstad and CRD Area F director Joan Sorley were in Ottawa for the vote

Quesnel’s new Forestry Initiatives Program up and running

Construction has also begun on the Forestry Innovation Centre at City Hall

Quesnel under air quality and dust advisory Wednesday

Ministry of Environment air quality meteorologist Ralph Adams says this is an unusual situation

Prescribed burns to take place around Lytton, Spences Bridge

BC Wildfire Service will only conduct burns if conditions permit

  • Mar 19, 2019

Quesnel’s Teri Mooring new British Columbia Teachers’ Federation president

Quesnel’s Teri Mooring will take over as president this summer

UPDATED: Dust advisory remains in place for Quesnel

High concentrations of dust are expected to persist until there is precipitation or dust suppression

Flooding hits Highway 97 north of Cache Creek

Recent warm temperatures are causing an increase in flooding on area roads

B.C. poverty plan combines existing spending, housing programs

Target is to lift 140,000 people out of poverty from 2016 level

Little things can make a big difference in reducing wildfire hazards

Quesnel homeowners learn about FireSmarting their properties ahead of fire season

UPDATE: Police locate missing 12-year-old girl in Williams Lake

Police took the child to Cariboo Memorial Hospital to ensure she was alright

Former Canucks goalie talks mental health with students

Corey Hirsch urged Quesnel youth to reach out for a helping hand when dealing with mental illness