Local News

Two city councillors won’t run in October elections

Ed Coleman and John Brisco to step down after term ends in October

Reid Street sidewalks to be poured July 23

Construction crew changes schedule to accommodate Billy Barker Days

Talks scheduled as Mount Polley Mine strike enters seventh week

In its seventh week of a legal strike the USW 1-2017 is hoping talks with the company this week will see something develop

Council to address Warden Street “tarp city”

A tarp structure set up in West Quesnel has neighbours complaining of disturbances

Cariboo producers can apply now for Beneficial Management Practices Program funding

Application windows for the 2018-19 program are now open, with the first deadline coming up July 17

  • Jul 14th, 2018

MLA Coralee Oakes provides an update on West Fraser Road washout

Ministry of Transportation to give recommendations on potential fixes by fall

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Gas leak in construction site on 400 block of Reid Street
B.C. fans cheer as France wins its second World Cup title
Fire crews work to save eagles in nest as wildfire blazes in Kamloops
Miss BC 2018 Full Show

Mary Sjostrom declares intention to run for Area A CRD Director

Sjostrom is a former mayor of Quesnel who ran a business in Area A for 18 years

B.C. First Nations move to ban non-native moose hunting in Chilcotin

Tsilhqot’in Nation target provincial government’s LEH moose hunts

City council allocates remainder of Cariboo Strong funds

Funds going toward a First Nations Cultural Centre and forestry initiatives, among others

Ash in water from 2017 wildfires causing decrease in oxygen

“Ecological balance is out of whack,” says biologist with the Fish and Wildlife Branch

UPDATE: Coast Guard recovers cruise ship passenger who went overboard near Juan de Fuca Strait

The 73-year old man was aboard a ship heading to Victoria, and fell overboard around 4:30 a.m.

Details revealed about 2016 kidnap-torture cases in B.C.

Langley woman sentenced to five years for two abductions

Comstock Lake Fire listed as Under Control

2,700 hectare fire is now 100 per cent contained

Life in Quesnel in 2018 to be preserved in time capsule buried under Reid Street

Residents are encouraged to bring items for the time capsule to K-Max or the Downtown Association

Mental health after the 2017 wildfires in the Cariboo

‘We can draw strength from each other’

  • Jul 8th, 2018

Three new Miss Quesnel Princesses have been crowned

The two day pageant came to a close following an emotional evening

One new fire started in the Cariboo

Firefighters don’t anticipate any difficulty in extinguishing it

MOTI to implement changes to Highway 97 as study completes

Front Street three-laning is first on the list, to complete this fall

Local Save-On-Foods raised $1,600 for Salvation Army

It was part of a company-wide fundraiser across Western Canada