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Quesnel city council has allocated $9,000 for the installation of two traffic-calming devices.
If you’ve recently gone to the spa at Attitude South, you may have noticed a new look and new atmosphere.
Councillor Mike Cave has brought forward a GMO resolution.
Frank Sirianni is proud to present the Golden Throat karaoke contest.
BC Hydro has provided the City of Quesnel with an update on the installation of the smart meters in our community.
Warehouse One is accepting gently used pants and hoping to collect 200 pairs to donate to the Amata Transition House.
Deb and Joe McKinnon are pleased to say High Ground Healing is back in Quesnel.
The city of Quesnel is surveying approximately 805 dwellings in South Quesnel regarding garbage pick up.
Better at Home, a United Way project, is holding a public meeting Wednesday Jan. 30 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion.
Tuesday night, the BCSPCA presented their operations report to the joint planning committee.
Julien Clement recently cut his hair to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society.
The province has released details of a new tax rebate available to seniors, but Peter Nielsen said it’s just not enough.
AC&D Insurance is pleased to announce a new line of policies for customers available from DAS Canada.
The city of Quesnel hosted a meeting Monday afternoon to discuss plans regarding an affordable housing strategy.
Several resolutions were presented at UBCM regarding the decriminalization, as well as the taxation and regulation, of marijuana.
The province has awarded the Quesnel Search and Rescue a $25,000 grant.
Monday’s council meeting focused on strategic planning.
Quesnel mayor, Mary Sjostrom has been chosen as president of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM).
The new Quesnel group, Pet Safe Coalition Society of Quesnel (PSCSC) have kicked off their fundraising efforts.
Quesnel Transit is still making money despite the decline in ridership