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Queen of Chilliwack keeps to schedule

Overloads noticeable but statistically minimal

Mortgage rules curb debt

Tougher mortgage lending protects economy
Keynote speaker addresses substance abuse

Keynote speaker addresses substance abuse

Second topic outlines legal requirements flowing from federal legislation
Judge sentences TlaAmin woman to four and a half years in jail

Judge sentences TlaAmin woman to four and a half years in jail

Wendy DeBruin pleads guilty to manslaughter in the death of Emma Wilson
Trustees choose three names for new school

Trustees choose three names for new school

Staff families vote on choices
Kings conquer wildlife on the road

Kings conquer wildlife on the road

Niddery scores five goals in two games
BC residents prepare for the big one

BC residents prepare for the big one

Province-wide earthquake drill promotes preparedness

Quick Peaks: January 19, 2011

Riding visit One of six candidates seeking the leadership of the BC Liberal Party visited Powell River on Saturday, January 15. Ed Mayne is currently mayor of Parksville.

Crimestoppers: January 19, 2011

Week of January 10 to 16, 2011 Total calls for service = 108 Impaired driving = 3 Break and enters = 2 Thefts = 6 Mischief = 7 Assaults = 6 1.

Briefly: January 14, 2011

Winter storm BC Ferries cancelled two roundtrip sailings of the Queen of Burnaby between Comox and Powell River the morning of Wednesday, January 12 due to gale-force winds in the Strait of Georgia.