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Doherty calls for federal review after B.C. serial killer downgraded to medium-security prison

Cody Legebokoff, found guilty in the deaths of four women, has been transferred to a facility in Ontario

UPDATED: Quesnel’s air quality advisory lifted

Concentrations of fine particulate matter have returned to normal

City of Quesnel gives two retail cannabis stores seal of approval

Applications for one private and one government-operated store now in the Province’s hands

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Pink Boots Collaboration Brew Day at Barkerville Brewing Co.
Sled Dog Mail Run Barkerville Dash
West Fraser Centre transforms
SUV speeds down Highway 1 before crashing into cable barrier

Suspect surrenders after shots fired inside home in Baker Creek area

Quesnel RCMP report there were no injuries in this incident, which took place Sunday morning

CN Police will be patrolling Quesnel area

The CN Police Service reminds people trespassing on railway tracks is illegal

Quesnel councillors will not meet with unelected alternates at joint planning meetings

Council votes not to participate in North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee meetings with alternates

Man wanted on nine warrants in north B.C.

Jamie Hilbach, 47, of Hazelton is wanted for escaping lawful custody, among other things.

Council looks to allow outdoor cafes in downtown Quesnel

Last week, council also adopted a bylaw to allow cannabis retail sales in certain areas

Arrow expanding into Prince George with new facility

Transportation company investing $3 million into new ‘state-of-the-art’ facility

College of New Caledonia Quesnel highlights innovations, opportunities

College’s Science and Technology Day featured DDI presentations, science fair and lab activities

Williams Lake, Quesnel, recipients of evacuation route planning funds

Both Williams Lake and Quesnel are recipients of $25,000 each targeted at evacuation route planning

  • Feb 26, 2019

UPDATED: Quesnel RCMP satisfied driver was not attempting to harm or scare student

Police concluding their investigation after boy was offered a ride near Dragon Lake Elementary

City of Quesnel will give Ceal Tingley Park back to Lhtako Dené Nation

Land will be gifted once funding is in place for the Lhtako Dené Indigenous Cultural Centre project

Coralee Oakes wonders where money is for wildfire recovery, roads and climate change impacts

Cariboo North MLA sees many positives in the B.C. Budget but also has many questions

Cariboo Pride organizations will join ArtsWells for Rainbow Parade

Island Mountain Arts is working with three area Pride associations for festival’s opening parade

Quesnel Salvation Army grateful for donations during busy winter

A fundraiser will take place Feb. 21 from 4-6:30 p.m. at The Warrior’s Song Cafe

Quesnel Maker Space getting set to host first Maker Monday

Everyone is welcome Feb. 25 from 6-9 p.m. at the Antique Machinery Park

Quesnel youth encouraged to apply for Power Pioneer awards

The BC Hydro Power Pioneers are recognizing youth who have excelled in community service

Delicious donation to The Forge in Quesnel

Cariboo Chapter #71 Order of the Eastern Star and Dairy Queen donated $300