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Coralee Oakes concerned Tuesday’s throne speech too “urban-centric”

North Cariboo MLA doesn’t see enough for rural communities

Council briefs: City of Quesnel will apply for funds for airport upgrades

Council also approves funding for community groups and starts thinking about the City’s centenary

Lots of events planned in and around Quesnel for Family Day weekend

There is no shortage of fun activities planned in-and-around Quesnel to help…

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

A lot of heart in Quesnel

18th annual Hearts for Hospice event raises $40,000

Quesnel receives $15,000 age-friendly grant

The grant will go toward improving quality of life for seniors

Moose Hide Campaign aims to end violence against women and children

Moose hide pins are available in Quesnel at Native Friendship Centre and RCMP Detachment

CNC feeling positive

College of New Caledonia presents strategic plan update to Quesnel council

Vehicle goes off road near Bouchie Lake

Emergency crews responded to a single-vehicle incident off Blackwater Road Tuesday afternoon

Extreme cold causes power outages, water leak in Quesnel

The library suffered a water leak Feb. 2, and about 800 homes were without power for five hours

  • Feb 10, 2019

LNG company proposes natural gas pipeline through Cariboo Chilcotin

Steelhead LNG said the route for the proposed pipeline would be west of the Fraser River

City of Quesnel to apply for two EV charging stations

If grant application is successful, electric vehicles could charge at the Visitor Information Centre

  • Feb 8, 2019

Extreme cold warning issued for Quesnel and Williams Lake

Arctic outflow warning issued for Bella Coola

Community support in Quesnel amazes those involved in curling provincials

One hundred and 70 volunteers worked tirelessly to ensure curlers had a great experience

  • Feb 8, 2019

Rollover on Highway 97

Alternating single-lane traffic slowed drivers south of Quesnel as crews prepared to tow a vehicle

  • Feb 7, 2019

City of Quesnel approves 2019 capital budget

Largest project is the Public Works facility replacement at $10.957 milion

  • Feb 7, 2019

VIDEO: Homeless man grateful for warmth of Cariboo

Up until last Saturday evening Brian Owen had been living in his pickup truck in city limits.

ICBC lowball injury offers aren’t driving up court costs, ministry says

B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs