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Contract for old QJS demolition expected this week

SD28 secretary-treasurer expects work on the old school site will begin soon

William Griffin arrested in Houston homicide

RCMP have now arrested William Griffin, the man wanted in connection to…

  • Nov 16, 2019

Amy Quarry and Diandra Oliver will manage Quesnel’s new food hub

Sprout Kitchen Regional Food Hub and Business Incubator is expected to be up and running next fall

Cariboo-Prince George MP full of gratitude as he’s sworn in for second term

Todd Doherty is eager to get back to work and help families affected by forestry downturn

City of Quesnel hosting open house at new Forestry Innovation Centre

The new centre will be open Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Kenney speaks on conscience rights
B.C. introduces vaping restrictions to protect youth
Trump: Not watching 'sham' impeachment hearings
Premier Jason Kenney vows to fight for slumping oilpatch, responds to Quebec criticism

Higher-volume woodlot licence allocated to First Nations in new Quesnel timber sharing agreement

The new apportionment gives area First Nations more say and paves the way for a new community forest

Freezing rain warning issued for central Interior Remembrance Day

Highway alerts in place for Begbie Summitt and Pine Pass

Highway 99 reopened to traffic following movement at 10 Mile Slide site

Drivers urged to use caution, watch for work crews in area

City of Quesnel sets open house for OCP and Zoning Bylaws for Nov. 21

Council gave the draft Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaws first reading this week

New guidelines coming for West Quesnel Landslide Area

Quesnel council is looking to allow hazard area development permits in certain areas

Upgrades to facilities, restructured fire brigade, new education forest among exciting projects in Wells

The Wells Fire Brigade has a new interim fire chief, fitness centre has new equipment

Cariboo Regional District asking for feedback as it embarks on website redesign

Residents are encouraged to take an online survey by Nov. 26 as the first step in the process

  • Nov 5, 2019

Pilot testing for water treatment system in Quesnel will begin this month

Several city councillors express desire to see what alternatives to chlorination could work here

Quesnel man appeals guilty murder conviction in Yukon shooting

Edward Penner was found guilty of an attack on Adam Cormack back in 2017

City of Quesnel recognized for being inclusive, diverse workplace

The City received a Diversability Works Here certificate from WorkBC this week

Collision slows traffic on Highway 97 in Quesnel’s Two Mile Flat area

Three trucks were involved in the collision, around 3:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28

City of Quesnel clarifies process behind gold pan relocation

Recommendation to move gold pan to a more central location came out of 2018 wayfinding strategy