Local News

Biologists rescue endangered pelicans from B.C. Interior lake

American White Pelicans trio couldn’t migrate due to injuries

Good Samaritan helps out Quesnel octogenarian whose scooter was stolen

Former school teacher, Ron Caskey, says Christmas is the time for giving

UPDATE: West Fraser to cut production over holidays at 4 B.C. sawmills

The temporary move affects operations in Chasm, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Chetwynd

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

Merritt-based company still vying to offer bus service through Cariboo region

Gene Field said he’s been told they may not be eligible for funding as the routes are not considered “unprofitable”

Quesnel’s new Urgent Primary Care Centre should be fully staffed by spring

New facility slowly ramping up to capacity, currently seeing average of three patients a day

Quesnel to raise utility fees in 2019

The changes include increases to sewer, water, landfill, commercial garbage and airport fees

Sentencing delayed for Quesnel woman charged with Wells, Likely B&Es

Tania Nada Jordanov, 38, will again appear in Quesnel Provincial Court in March 2019

Quesnel inching toward first privately-owned cannabis store

The only applicant has been approved to move on to the province, before returning to council

BC Liberal MLAs call on Horgan to stand up for forestry workers

Cariboo and Nechako MLAs say Horgan has been silent in face of Northern B.C. mill closures

Rain and warmer temperatures predicted this week in Quesnel

Rain showers set to continue today, according to Environment Canada

UNBC researchers spearhead $1.3M Indigenous health care project

Initiative seeks to employ more Indigenous health care professionals, create ‘culturally safe’ environment

81-year-old has mobility scooter stolen in West Quesnel

Maude Wales has depended on the device to get around for six years

Provincial funds allocated for on- and off-reserve Indigenous housing in Quesnel

A new build will offer 27 homes on Front Street; 10 homes to be built on Red Bluff reserve

SD28 seeks to renew hiring program for staff of aboriginal descent

Currently all aboriginal education support workers in the district are of aboriginal ancestry

Crash on Highway 97 sends two to hospital

The collision happened around 7:15 p.m.

UPDATE: Air Quality Advisory issued for Quesnel now ended

Ministry of Environment says high concentrations of fine particulate matter is present in the area

Quesnel woman pleads guilty to Wells, Likely B&Es

Tania Nada Jordanov, 38, will be sentenced Nov. 27 in Quesnel

Canada Post workers in Quesnel and Hixon are on strike today

Local union president “disappointed” in feds’ back-to-work legislation

Provincial red tape denies Quesnel family access to home, ranch land

Local family hasn’t had road access to private land for 1.5 years due to dispute with Province

City’s $1m yearly budget for snow removal already tapped out

Majority of snow clearance spending happened in Jan and Feb, as Quesnel received huge dumps of snow