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Update: RCMP investigating early morning homicide in Williams Lake

Police were called to a report of shots fired in the 1100 block of Mackenzie Avenue North Tuesday, Aug. 6

Five years after Mount Polley Mine breach, resident still feels ‘angry, betrayed’

“We just don’t want to drink the water knowing Mount Polley’s still dumping their crap in there.”

UPDATE: One woman dead, two men injured in collision near McLeese Lake

Quesnel and Williams Lake RCMP responded to the incident, which closed Highway 97 for many hours

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Quesnel SkyFest Twilight Show moved to Saturday night

Due to rain and low cloud ceiling, tonight’s show has been moved to Saturday at 8:15 p.m.

Province funding B.C.’s second regional food hub in Quesnel

The provincial government is committing up to $500,000 for the city to develop the food hub

Snowbirds, SkyHawks and more set to wow audiences at SkyFest

The sky above the Quesnel Regional Airport will soon be filled with…

Quesnel woman and her partner win $10,000 playing Lotto 6/49

Anna Leigh Arnett says her knees buckled and she “ugly cried” when she realized she won

21 Northern B.C. mayors urge Ottawa to help struggling forest industry

Letter aims to seek assistance through federal programs to deal with the crisis

Heather Sapergia will run for federal NDP in Cariboo-Prince George

Sapergia is a long-time Prince George resident and recently-retired health science professional

Be advised of road closures for Quesnel SkyFest weekend

A portion of the Quesnel-Hixon Road will be closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday for airshow safety

Two new affordable housing project celebrate official opening in Quesnel

Sixty-eight new units have been made availble by Dakelh and the Quesnel Lions Housing societies

Northern Woods and Water Highway wants to extend south through Quesnel

Association wants to encourage travellers to stop in small communities and spend tourism dollars

Province invests in wireless network upgrades for the Cariboo

Ten Mile Lake, Bouchie Lake and rural Quesnel among the communities that will benefit

Activists again protest electric cattle prods at B.C. rodeos

Same man photographed with ‘hot shot’ in Chilliwack in 2018 seen with the device in Quesnel last week

Prince George’s Tracy Calogheros will run again for federal Liberals

Tracy Calogheros has been nominated as the federal Liberal candidate in Prince George-Cariboo

B.C. cyclist ‘blown away’ by the people he has met and the beauty he has seen

Tyler Waddell is riding from Victoria to Whitehorse to raise awareness of addictions, mental health

College of New Caledonia Research Forest Society launches legacy fund

The society is accepting applications for a legacy project until Aug. 16

Cariboo Regional District allocates $88,500 for Red Bluff Sewer upgrades

The upgrades support Cariboo Pulp and Paper relining its effluent line to the Fraser River

Agriculture water, land-use survey crew on task in Cariboo region

Travelling in a blue Ford F150, the team of three are doing inventory