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Powell River charitable society agrees to buy Patricia Theatre

Powell River charitable society agrees to buy Patricia Theatre

Friends of the Historic Patricia Theatre Society sign agreement with owners
Telus, Bell beat out Rogers for best mobile video experience: report

Telus, Bell beat out Rogers for best mobile video experience: report

Canadians obsessed with devouring YouTube clips and Instagram videos over their phones may wish to consider who’s providing them wireless services. Bell Mobility Inc.
B.C. to ban corporate, union donations from recall campaigns

B.C. to ban corporate, union donations from recall campaigns

Province plans to introduce changes in time for recalls of MLAs elected in 2017
Promising mushroom season arrives in Powell River

Promising mushroom season arrives in Powell River

Pine harvesting may be on the rise in the region
Feds throw tight lid over cannabis advertising

Feds throw tight lid over cannabis advertising

Producers prohibited from glamorizing lifestyle or claiming health benefits
Business façade improvements to begin in Powell River

Business façade improvements to begin in Powell River

Grant recipients along Marine Avenue start makeover process
Kamloops cannabis store had 800 customers on first day of legalization

Kamloops cannabis store had 800 customers on first day of legalization

Online sales topped 9,100 orders
Powell River wool shop attracts attention

Powell River wool shop attracts attention

Variety draws local and out-of-town customers to unique business
Column: Canada needs to kick-start China courtship now

Column: Canada needs to kick-start China courtship now

This much is clear: we need China. China needs us. We can figure out why; we have some difficulty with the how. The economic benefits of a bond are clear, as are the perils of ignoring it. Let’s stagger for a moment in statistics.
Catalyst and Paper Excellence reach 'very positive' agreement

Catalyst and Paper Excellence reach 'very positive' agreement

New owner intends to maintain local operations for foreseeable future, says Paper Excellence Canada CEO