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Today (Wednesday) is anti-bullying day; a social movement spurned on in 2007 after a boy was bullied for wearing a pink shirt.
CRD calls on community to volunteer for firefighting as certain detachments fall below minimum volunteer requirements.
Barkerville Heritage Trust pleased with CRD endorsement and looking for more community buy in.
Local shop owner is calling it quits after being broken into five times in less than eight months.
Quesnel courtrooms are busy with several high-profile cases coming to trial
Dhugga spoke to council Monday night, asking for “reasonable” compensation for what he says negatively impacted his business.
Two Quesnel men were airlifted to Vancouver General Hospital after a serious snowmobile crash, Saturday night.
The Industry Training Authority predicts a huge gap in skilled trade people leading to 2020.
Home owners who question their assessment are advised to contact assessment office
Quesnel real estate numbers held their own while other area numbers rose
Coun. Thapar tries to revisit council's pay increase but was shot down
Time to resolve to lose weight, eat healthier, drink more water
The letter from the little man who asked Santa for a new mommy for his daddy sparked a tremendous amount of discussion.
NC received nearly $30 million from the provincial and federal governments for two projects
This is a simple usage of Observer paper, ink and readership in an attempt to contact a very deserving little boy.
Not all council members were happy about their assigned portfolios Monday.
The six city council spots went to: Ed Coleman with 1,733,
City council, sushil, mary sjostrom, ron paull, ron craigmyle, quesnel
Quesnel city council, Mary Sjostrom, Mayor, Ron Paull, Sushil Thapar, in-camera,
Local man convicted of torching his car in order to purchase higher end vehicle.