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Workshop will help move Quesnel Timber Supply Area community forest forward

The City of Quesnel will facilitate a workshop in April with all the key players

Quesnel RCMP still searching for Darryl Leblanc Jr.

Leblanc was last seen Dec. 30, 2019, and police are asking for the public’s help in locating him

Cheapest in B.C.: Penticton gas prices dip below $1 per litre

Two stores in Penticton have gas below a dollar.

Quesnel Council agrees to tax shift that gives light industry a break

The shift means residences will see a tax increase of about $3 per $100,000 each year

Quesnel council proposing 6.7-per-cent tax increase for 2020

Tax increase reflects added RCMP and bylaw resources, plus new snow levy

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North Cariboo MLA wishes provincial budget offered more support to forestry workers and small businesses

Coralee Oakes was happy to see more funding for Foundry programs, high school mental health supports

Cariboo Regional District hears about 63 forestry projects in region

The executive director of the Forest Enhancement Society of B.C. provided an update Feb. 13

Indigenous languages the focus of new exhibit at Quesnel Museum

The museum is hosting an opening reception for Our Living Languages Sunday, Feb. 16 from 1-3 p.m.

City of Quesnel asked to be part of new Community Forest Agreement

The City is one of seven groups that have been invited to be part of the new agreement

VIDEO: Protests having ‘rippling’ effect: MP Todd Doherty

Allowing professional activists to disrupt us is doing a disservice to reconciliation, Doherty said

City of Quesnel applying for NDIT grant to support museum renovations

Council approved three Northern Development Initiative Trust grant applications on Feb. 4

Riverfront Trail detour, hospital Early Works construction start Feb. 12 in Quesnel

A portion of the popular trail will be closed as site preparation begins for hospital redevelopment

Canadian Rangers and army cadets train in Kersley

Members of the Quesnel Canadian Ranger Patrol taught cadets to build fires and evacuate a casualty

Assault charges laid following incident at B.C. cadet training centre

The incident, at HMCS Quadra, in Comox, occurred in July of 2018

Quesnel council approves first three readings of temporary borrowing bylaw for new Public Works facility

The proposed bylaw would allow the City to draw funds from the Municipal Finance Authority as needed

First Nations community supports charges in Cariboo region cow moose poaching case

Conservation Officer Service and ʔEsdilagh First Nation agreement targets illegal hunting

Provincial government expects rebuilding of West Fraser Road to begin later this year

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will hold a public information session this spring