Local News

Mount Polley Mining hosting public meeting on remediation after 2014 breach

Quesnel’s meeting will take place Dec. 12 at the Legion Hall

UPDATED: Trial date set Quesnel local charged with murder, attempted murder

Kristopher Edward Leclair is charged in relation to a July 2018 fatal stabbing

Will snow finally arrive for good in Quesnel?

Environment Canada forecasting snowfall tonight

Quesnel residents stand with Wet'suwet'en First Nation hereditary chiefs
Snowfall warning in effect, Dec. 28-29
Pelosi accuses White House of 'dangerous' leak
El Chapo trial: govt. shows escape tunnel video

Public input welcomed for freshwater fishing regulations

Feedback must be provided to the Province by Jan. 11

  • Dec 10, 2018

UPDATE: Fire destroys home on Jay Road in South Quesnel

Volunteer firefighters responded to a 7:15 a.m. call Dec. 9

One of the Cariboo’s greatest unsolved mysteries featured in The National

Journalists investigate bombing of Flight 21 more than 50 years ago

UPDATE: Two-vehicle collision on Hwy 97 results in no serious injuries

A car and a pickup truck crashed at the intersection with Basalt Road

Cariboo ice fishers net over $3,000 in fines for overfishing

Fish, rods, and hooks seized after Fisheries Act violations in South Cariboo

Early bird tickets for ArtsWells go on sale at 9 a.m.

Cariboo’s Festival of All Things Art set for B.C. Day long weekend in 2019

Round table delves into Cariboo Chilcotin moose protection efforts

First Nations and non-First Nations agree there needs to be more roundtables with all interest groups

Quesnel city council highlights

All the news from this week’s council meeting

  • Dec 6, 2018

VIDEO: WLIB embarking into cannabis industry with retail store planned for Williams Lake

The shop will be built on IR#6 land adjacent to Kal Tire on Mackenzie Avenue South

RCMP searching for suspect in Reid Street robbery

Male suspect got away with cash after robbing CashCo Financial with a handgun

  • Dec 4, 2018

Become a firefighter: BC Wildfire Service seeks recruits

Wildland recruits sought for 2019 fire season

UPDATE, Dec. 5: Volunteer fire department responding to call at Quesnel River Pulp

Three fire engines, a ladder truck and an ambulance attended the scene

Off-road vehicles caught in sensitive B.C. wildlife habitats to net $575 fine

Areas include all BC Parks and southern mountain caribou habitats

Quesnel temperatures to dip this week

Get ready to scrape the windshield as daytime highs of -9 expected

Fatal crash south of Prince George claims one victim

Head-on collision this morning involved a pickup and a semi

High-speed internet announced for Deka Lake, Clinton and Wells

‘How it’s going to be packaged is not really within the purview of the government’