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Buses running today but still a risk of frostbite

The wind chill for Friday morning in Quesnel is expected to be -33 C

RCMP to hold career presentation in Quesnel

Those interested in applying need to pre-register for the Jan. 22 presentation

Quesnel breaks 100-year-old temperature record amid winter storm

Quesnel dipped to -41.9 C, breaking a record from 1916

All Quesnel School District buses are running today

As of 4:37 a.m. Jan. 16, the extreme cold warning for the Cariboo has ended

Quesnel school board will continue to lobby MOTI to rebuild West Fraser Road

‘I feel the school district is one of the best advocates,’ says trustee Gloria Jackson

Bear cub rescued near Quesnel
Prince Harry steps back into the spotlight
Universities across Canada hold moment of silence for plane crash victims
Skiing in Vancouver

Collision north of Quesnel sends three to hospital

Three people were taken by ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday night

All buses cancelled in Quesnel School District for second day in a row

Quesnel and the Cariboo remain under an extreme cold warning Wednesday, Jan. 15

City of Quesnel hopes to be able to reconstruct airport helipad in 2020

Council has approved a grant application through the B.C. Air Access Program

All Quesnel school buses cancelled Tuesday, Jan. 14

Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning for the Cariboo

Quesnel RCMP hoping to contact man who helped teen who was being sexually assaulted

A man interrupted the assault in progress Friday night and came to the teen’s aid

If B.C. adopts year-round daylight time, each East Kootenay town would pick own time zone

Kootenay East MLA Tom Shypitka stopped by a recent regional district meeting to explain

Premier Horgan coming to Quesnel

John Horgan is beginning a tour through northern British Columbia on Jan. 17

Special weather statement in effect for Quesnel

Environment Canada warns Cariboo residents to be prepared for “bitterly cold” air

University of Northern B.C. recognized for its partner research

The university’s corporate research income grew 177.3 per cent from 2018 to 2019

Business survey will help determine where to spend Quesnel’s Community Support Grant

Quesnel has received $100,000 from the Province as a community impacted by a permanent mill closure

New design and higher budget approved for Quesnel’s Public Works facility

Council approves spending up to $13 million for new buildings and yard

MP Doherty ‘devastated’ after 63 Canadians killed in Ukrainian International Airlines crash in Iran

The crash happened overnight just after the plane took off, killing all 176 passengers on board

Second man charged in connection to 2018 homicide near Williams Lake

Daine Victor Stump, 21, is the second man charged in the death of Jamie Sellars Baldwin

Assessment notices likely to show increases for homes in Wells and Quesnel

Most of Northern B.C. homes will see ‘modest’ increases and decreases in 2020 assessed values