Bruce MacLeod

A male coho found spawning in Patenaude Creek.

Horsefly’s Lower Patenaude Creek gets needed restoration

Patenaude Creek is a tributary of the Horsefly River located approximately 20 kilometres (km) upstream from the community of Horsefly.

A male coho found spawning in Patenaude Creek.

Horsefly Ladies Walking Club joins ALS Walk Saturday

The Horsefly Ladies Walking Club will be taking to the streets in Williams Lake Saturday to participate in the annual ALS Walk.

Bass control alternatives researched

In a recent Horsefly River Roundtable report I was quoted as saying ...

An aerial view of the Mount Polley tailings breach site shows the progress made since water and tailings from the breach carved a path through the forest and into Quesnel Lake Aug. 4 . In the top right corner is Polley Lake.

Horsefly community receives update on Mount Polley

Horsefly resident Bruce MacLeod gives an overview of the Mount Polley Open House held at the Horsefly Community Hall Monday, Feb. 23.

An aerial view of the Mount Polley tailings breach site shows the progress made since water and tailings from the breach carved a path through the forest and into Quesnel Lake Aug. 4 . In the top right corner is Polley Lake.
Dillabough Bluff in 1951 near Horsefly was plentiful with moose.

Cow moose campaign brings back memories of old days

The recent article featuring the posters to protect the cow moose which was started by a letter Dan Simmons wrote to the editor.

Dillabough Bluff in 1951 near Horsefly was plentiful with moose.

Horsefly Round Table discusses Environmental Group Plan

The October meeting of the Horsefly River Roundtable was a sparsely attended event.

Horsefly spawning channel upgraded

The mouth of the Horsefly spawning channel has been completely redesigned.

Jacob Jackson, 12, learns about the life cycle of fish by studying fry during the Horsefly River Salmon Festival on Sunday. The demonstration was put on by Guy Scharf, community advisor for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Scharf also had on display aquatic insects he caught to show visitors the food fish eat.

Horsefly River Salmon Festival a great success

The 2014 Horsefly River Salmon Festival was a resounding success story.

Jacob Jackson, 12, learns about the life cycle of fish by studying fry during the Horsefly River Salmon Festival on Sunday. The demonstration was put on by Guy Scharf, community advisor for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Scharf also had on display aquatic insects he caught to show visitors the food fish eat.

Freelance writer gets his start in Horsefly

When I was a boy, I worked for four years on what is now the Walters Ranch in Horsefly.

Horsefly Roundtable: Watershed gets help from Mt. Polley

Report of the regular Meeting held June 19, 2014 at the Horsefly Public Library:

Janet Barrett has multiple sclerosis and really appreciates the new ramp built at the seniors centre and fire hall at Horsefly.

Horsefly achieves complete accessibility

The Horsefly Seniors Activity and Wellness Society have finally achieved total accessibility.

Janet Barrett has multiple sclerosis and really appreciates the new ramp built at the seniors centre and fire hall at Horsefly.

Horsefly River Roundtable researches run of river proposal

Proposed field studies for the Hen Ingram Lake/Quesnel Lake power project were discussed at the Horsefly River Roundtable annual meeting.

Horsefly hosts last Texas Hold’em tournament until October

The Horsefly Community Club will be hosting the final Texas Hold’em poker tournament for the winter season this coming Saturday, April 21.

Small mouth eradication update

Ministry of Environment lake specialist Lee Williston gave an update on the small mouth bass situation in our watershed.

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