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B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise by 63 to record 987

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations rise by 63 to record 987

B.C. has 64 active outbreaks at health-care facilities and seniors' homes; one month ago there were two.
Service adjustments announced by BC Ferries include Saltery Bay/Earls Cove route

Service adjustments announced by BC Ferries include Saltery Bay/Earls Cove route

Schedule will change between January 28 and February 28 due to reduced crew availability
UPDATED: Highway south of Powell River reopens following fatal motor vehicle incident

UPDATED: Highway south of Powell River reopens following fatal motor vehicle incident

Alternating traffic may be in effect due to work on Lang Creek Bridge
UPDATED: Crewing issue delays departure of Salish Orca from Comox to Powell River

UPDATED: Crewing issue delays departure of Salish Orca from Comox to Powell River

9:55 sailing on January 24 will leave nearly two hours late.
City of Powell River Council votes to permit online meetings in whole or in part

City of Powell River Council votes to permit online meetings in whole or in part

Councillors and mayor pass procedure bylaw, allow electronic gatherings
Alberni Valley records back-to-back road wins against Powell River Kings

Alberni Valley records back-to-back road wins against Powell River Kings

Visiting BCHL club sweeps weekend doubleheader at Hap Parker Arena
Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society revisits owl incidents

Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society revisits owl incidents

PROWLS: Rescue of the week
Alberni Valley hands Powell River Kings fifth straight home loss

Alberni Valley hands Powell River Kings fifth straight home loss

Visiting BC Hockey League club ties game in third period, wins in overtime
Seaplane base upgrades approved by City of Powell River council

Seaplane base upgrades approved by City of Powell River council

Votes favour spending up to $125,000 to replace floats on Powell Lake
City of Powell River councillors receive report for prospective new emergency services facility

City of Powell River councillors receive report for prospective new emergency services facility

Series of recommendations passed along from advisory committee regarding possible building