Local News

UNBC student will run for Cariboo-Prince George Green Party in federal election

Mackenzie Kerr says she is ‘deeply committed’ to climate action

Construction begins on 32-unit supportive housing project in Quesnel

Construction of the three-storey building is expected to be completed by July 2020

Barkerville Gold Mines hopes to initiate environmental review process for proposed underground mine near Wells

BGM asks for community input into value components at Wells Community Update meeting

New Hops and Harvest dinner being planned in Quesnel for early September

City of Quesnel and B.C. Ale Trail have partnered to host a unique outdoor event

Young B.C. teen’s new book inspired by real-life superheroes and pets affected by wildfires

Nathan McTaggart is touring the Interior to celebrate the launch of Brandy and Her Super Hero

'Bad choices make good stories': Margaret Trudeau brings her show to Just for Laughs
Tropical Storm Barry is a 'life-threatening storm'
Trudeau visits Alberta pipeline site, says national unity is not under threat
Passengers hurt by turbulence, plane lands in Hawaii

Quesnel man is custody after police pursuit on Wednesday

Nathan Doucette, 33, crashed into a police car and broke into a home when trying to escape on foot

Quesnel Salvation Army receives boost from Save-On-Foods

The food bank and soup kitchen received $2,110 through the store’s Share It Forward program

BC Northern Real Estate Board reporting lower sales in first half of 2019 but higher property values

In Quesnel, the number of sales is down from 2018, and the number of listings has increased

New Quesnel Ambassadors crowned

Nalyssa Runge, Hailey Murray and Sydney Williams will represent the community at a variety of events

$15K on the table for Quesnel youth-led project

Quesnel Community Foundation urging youth to apply for RBC Future Launch Community Challenge

UPDATE: Single-vehicle collision north of Quesnel claims one life

One person is dead and one has been sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

FireSmart rebates available for Quesnel homeowners

Rebates will be available on a first-come, first-served basis to those who complete the steps

City of Quesnel looking into new water treatment options for dealing with manganese

Drinking Water Report looks back at 2018 and looks ahead to addressing new Health Canada guidelines

Quesnel council looking to prohibit smoking and vaping on busy downtown streets and sidewalks

Council passed the first three readings of a smoking regulation bylaw last week

Quesnel McDonald’s closed for several hours after drive-thru customer knocks over gas meter

No one was injured, and Fortis B.C. was able to turn the gas off and install a new meter

Quesnel and Cariboo Regional District residents encouraged to participate in housing survey

Work on North Cariboo Housing Needs Assessment and Gap Analysis is about halfway done

Fire mitigation project extended in Quesnel over the summer

Seniors and people with disabilities can receive free help with FireSmarting their properties

Quesnel Mayor provides civics lesson for citizens

Simpson says local ire with social issues needs to be directed towards other government agencies

Quesnel School District will continue two-week spring break

The majority of survey respondents supported the longer break