Lindsay Chung

‘It’s like he just vanished’: Quesnel man still missing, last seen two months ago

WARNING: This story contains references to suicide and may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Quesnel RCMP still searching for Darryl Leblanc Jr.

Leblanc was last seen Dec. 30, 2019, and police are asking for the public’s help in locating him

Provincial government expects rebuilding of West Fraser Road to begin later this year

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will hold a public information session this spring

Your chance to send mail by dog team coming up this week

The 28th Annual Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run from Quesnel to Barkerville takes place Jan. 23-26

Cariboo-Prince George MP full of gratitude as he’s sworn in for second term

Todd Doherty is eager to get back to work and help families affected by forestry downturn

Higher-volume woodland licence allocated to First Nations in new Quesnel timber sharing agreement

The new apportionment gives area First Nations more say and paves the way for a new community forest

Universities in B.C. and Alberta to study mental and physical health of wildfire crews

University of Nortern B.C. and University of Alberta get funding from BC Wildfire Service

New McLeese Lake Soul 2 Sole Trail Race raises close to $5,000 for McLeese Lake fire hall

One hundred and 34 runners and hikers took part in the inaugural race Sept. 15

City of Quesnel to fine panhandlers, homeless people lying in streets

Council adopts several new bylaws after residents and business owners complain about overall crime

Cariboo Regional District adopts bylaws allowing non-medical cannabis production

All types of federally-licensed cannabis production facilities are allowed in heavy industrial zones

‘We want to feel safe in our community again’

About 150 people gather at Quesnel in Action rally to express concerns about crime in the community

New Soul 2 Sole Trail Race will raise money for new McLeese Lake fire hall

The event will take place Sept. 15 and will include a 5K hike, 11K hike/walk, 11K run and 16K run

Barkerville’s sixth annual Indigenous Celebrations takes place Saturday, July 20

This year’s event will also be the soft launch of Indigenous programming at the historic site

Wells-Barkerville and Quesnel students create thank you cards for Canadian WWII soldiers

Homemade cards will be placed on 75 graves at Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery

Wells playwright returning to Normandy with show inspired by 60th anniversary of D-Day visit

Julia Mackey will perform Jake’s Gift in French and English as part of the D-Day 75th anniversary

Wells playwright returning to Normandy with show inspired by visiting for 60th anniversary of D-Day

Julia Mackey will perform Jake’s Gift in French and English as part of the D-Day 75th anniversary

Barkerville Historic Town and Park now open for 2019 season

The first special event of the season is the Victoria Day Royal Tea Monday, May 20

Tolko announces it will permanently close Quesnel’s Quest Wood sawmill Aug. 2

Approximately 150 employees will be impacted, according to Tolko Industries Ltd.

MOTI proposes new alignment for West Fraser Road in Quesnel

The preferred option includes a new, longer bridge over Narcosli Creek and a wider, paved road

MOTI will hold West Fraser Road open house May 1 in Quesnel

Ministry of Transportation staff will provide an update on the year-long road closure