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Educational exchange coming

Delegation from Chinese city interested in Powell River opportunities

Quick Peak: September 16, 2015

Papermaker faces charges Catalyst Paper Corpor-ation was in federal court in Powell River Wednesday, September 9 facing pollution charges stemming from two separate incidents in 2012 where untreated waste water was allegedly discharged into Malaspina
Kings split pair in home openers

Kings split pair in home openers

In a continuation of the second round of playoffs against Nanaimo last spring, the Kings lost a tight 2-1 season opening battle on Saturday, September 12, but bounced back to take the rematch 3-2 on Sunday afternoon.
Complex gets new drink and food providers

Complex gets new drink and food providers

City reaches agreements for alcohol sales and food service
Hatchery staff anxious for more salmon

Hatchery staff anxious for more salmon

More rainfall needed to support spawning season

Briefly: September 11, 2015

Home photos An initiative to help improve provincial property value assessment is being rolled out in Powell River. Starting Saturday, September 12, residents will see white BC Assessment vans taking street level photos of homes.

Sustainability plan is now official

Council adopts document to provide guidelines for conservation

Logging on city lands creates revenue

More than 16000 cubic metres of timber undergoes harvesting

District to replace missing sign

Replacement of signage for some roads in the regional district could be a costly proposition, according to one regional director.

Contract change leaves some workers out

Almost 1000 workers impacted at Vancouver Coastal Health and extended care facilities