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Community comes together to work on cabins for The Forge Centre

The group of volunteers included several members of Team Rubicon

Three Interior universities team up to protect B.C.’s forested watersheds

Interior university coalition funds disaster prevention research initiatives

Residential and commercial property owners in Quesnel will see tax increase in 2019

Municipal taxes for the average single family residence will increase by $40.96

Spring Sing Workshop in Quesnel
B.C. Attorney General promises Supreme Court appeal in pipeline fight
British PM Theresa May announces resignation
600 new campsites coming to spots across B.C. ahead of the 2019 season

Wildfire risk reduction grants benefit Cariboo region

Mitigating wildfire threats is a shared responsibility of the provincial government

Quesnel council moving forward with bylaw to enforce rental standards

Next steps are to receive public input and develop a policy for implementation

Emcon expects to begin repaving drop at bottom of Marsh Road

Emcon Services and Ministry of Transportation planning to repave two slide areas in Quesnel

MOTI proposes new alignment for West Fraser Road in Quesnel

The preferred option includes a new, longer bridge over Narcosli Creek and a wider, paved road

Student entrepreneurs getting ready for Home Show

The Young Entrepreneurs of SD28 are making products to sell at the Home and Outdoor Adventure Show

Emergency Notification System will provide users with evacuation orders, boil notices and more

From May 13 to 17, the CRD will hold an open sign-up week for residents to register

  • May 2, 2019

Quesnel man leaves six kids behind after Port Hardy logging incident

RCMP have concluded review, WorkSafe BC continues investigation

CRD chair Margo Wagner is first female chair of NDIT

Cariboo Regional District chair Margo Wagner is the first female chair of…

CNC’s 2019-20 budget adds faculty positions, supports Students’ Union

The budget also marks the fourth consecutive year CNC has not faced cuts

Quesnel RCMP looking for witnesses of A&W donation box theft

A male and female stole a jar with money donated to MS Society

Discovery of possible explosive device disrupts Prince George neighbourhood

Police investigated and determined the device, found Saturday evening, was not explosive in nature

Council approves development permit for two-unit commercial building in South Quesnel

Subway to move into one unit, Province applying for non-medical retail cannabis store in the other

Power restored for 2,823 BC Hydro customers in Quesnel

A tree across hydro wires caused a nearly-one-hour power outage

Rebuild Junction gets second life with new owners

Co-owners Shawn and Jeff have been involved with the store since it was started as a non-profit

Lhtako Dené First Nation among latest Rural Dividend grant recipients

The $100,000 will support plans for a two-bay truck wash at the Lhtako Gas and Convenience store

Quesnel temple welcomes community to annual celebration

The three-day Vaisakhi celebration features a flag ceremony Saturday morning