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North Island-Powell River Green Party candidate focuses on climate crisis, Indigenous issues

North Island-Powell River Green Party candidate focuses on climate crisis, Indigenous issues

Jessica Wegg ready to advocate for riding in Ottawa 
North Island-Powell River Marxist-Leninist candidate looks to draw votes away from major parties

North Island-Powell River Marxist-Leninist candidate looks to draw votes away from major parties

Carla Neal says all major parties govern in the same way
North Island-Powell River Liberal candidate ready to bring attention to regional issues

North Island-Powell River Liberal candidate ready to bring attention to regional issues

Dr. Jennifer Grenz well versed in environmental, housing, Indigenous issues
North Island-Powell River Maverick Party candidate ready to speak for the west

North Island-Powell River Maverick Party candidate ready to speak for the west

Dr. Stacey Gastis brings different perspective to federal election campaign
Conservative party candidate hopes to win North Island-Powell River riding after second place finish in 2019

Conservative party candidate hopes to win North Island-Powell River riding after second place finish in 2019

Shelley Downey was the runner-up in the last federal election
North Island-Powell River incumbent ready to push for more change

North Island-Powell River incumbent ready to push for more change

Rachel Blaney proud of NDP accomplishments this last term
Five COVID-19 cases reported in qathet region from September 5 to 11

Five COVID-19 cases reported in qathet region from September 5 to 11

Total is down one from six in previous reporting period (August 27 to September 4)
Service contract for public engagement on land use recommended for three qathet Regional District electoral areas

Service contract for public engagement on land use recommended for three qathet Regional District electoral areas

Discussion at regional district finance committee leads to director’s confusion
Seven new COVID-19 deaths push B.C. death toll to 1,873

Seven new COVID-19 deaths push B.C. death toll to 1,873

ICU wards see decline in COVID-19 patients for first time since August 25
Proposal in place to double Texada Island busing

Proposal in place to double Texada Island busing

qathet Regional District board to consider expansion