Central Mountain Air passengers disembarking at Quesnel Airport. Ronan O’Doherty photo

What CRD residents need to know about the proposed North Cariboo airport service

CRD referendum on airport tax coming up Oct. 20

The Observer spoke to representatives from the Cariboo Regional District and the Quesnel airport about the CRD proposed North Cariboo airport service. CRD residents of electoral areas A, B, C and I are being asked to vote in a referendum on Oct. 20, to decide whether an airport tax will go through.

Watch our video for more details on the referendum, and on the Quesnel airport.

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