Cariboo

MP Doherty asks students to submit artwork for his 2021 calendar

The deadline for submissions is Nov. 6, 2020

Looking good: Upgrades to popular Xatśūll Heritage Village lookout complete

The cost of the project was covered by Soda Creek Indian Band (SCIB) and Cariboo Regional District

  • Sep 8, 2020

HAPHAZARD HISTORY: The Prior House at Little Lake

Samuel Crabtree Prior was born in London in 1871. He made his way to Canada at the young age of 13.

  • Sep 7, 2020

‘We’re a community on the edge’: Cariboo residents plan courthouse protest over escalating crime

Residents say they are being targeted by prolific criminals who are going unpunished by the courts

Soda Creek Sweet Corn bounty not ready for harvest just yet

The corn needs a little more time to ripen

Cariboo Fire Centre raises wildfire danger level to moderate

Quesnel, Williams Lake and 100 Mile House are all within the CFC

First Nations youth get hands on archaeological experience

Delving into the ancient past has inspired the future aspirations of four First Nations youth

HAPHAZARD HISTORY: The tragic story of Jennie Stephenson

The gold rush wasn’t an easy life for women

Barkerville keeping busy hosting tourists amid COVID-19 pandemic

The historic town opened July 3 with a number of safety measures in place

Fish studies continue on Quesnel Lake six years after Mount Polley Mine breach

Copper concentrations in West Basin sediment remain above concentrations at reference sites

Juvenile bald eagle released in Cariboo after recuperating from lead poisoning

A Gibraltar Mine employee discovered the eagle at the Cariboo Regional District landfill

Signup underway for Fraser Basin Council’s youth program in Cariboo

The initiative is no cost, with travel and meal expenses reimbursed, along with ASL interpreters

  • Jul 31, 2020

RANCHING MUSINGS: Isolation and connectivity offered on the ranch

Traditional isolation for longer periods of time used to be the hallmark of farming lifestyle

  • Jul 31, 2020