With the layoffs at Tolko Questwood and the recent announcement of the permanent loss of one shift at West Fraser’s Quesnel sawmill, people are rightly concerned about the future of the forest sector here in Quesnel and in the Interior o
Fluctuating river levels are all too noticeable these days with water levels on the Fraser River at an unprecedented low.
In 2015, 37.1% of the Northern BC population was classified as inactive, while females in the North have a rate 3% higher than males.
This past Halloween two sixteen year old College Heights Secondary Students went Trick or Treating for The Salvation Army. They trekked through the Southridge area of College Heights with a wagon for two hours.
Thank you so much to CKPG for the opportunity to share highlights from School District 57 and highlight some of the working happening around our schools and providing some updates from the Board Table.
As we approach November 11th, I want to encourage each of you to consider what you will do as an “act of remembrance.” There are many ways that we can demonstrate our thankfulness. An obvious one is wearing a poppy. The poppy is worn
Some people are still unaware that there is a referendum underway. However, this is the critical time to bring back Democracy to BC and indeed to Canada.
We have seen a variety of information campaigns on the pros and cons of proportional representation – most of which fall dramatically short of fundamental answers to two burning questions: what will ridings look like if implemented and h