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Residents speak about municipal concerns

Residents speak about municipal concerns

Organization takes questionnaire to community to determine voter priorities

CrimeStoppers: October 29, 2014

Week of October 21 to 27, 2014 Total calls for service = 99 Impaired driving = 1 Assaults = 2 Break and enters = 4 Thefts = 5 Mischief = 4 October 21 1800 block Highway 101 Police responded to a report of a break and enter near Lund.

Quick Peak: October 29, 2014

French immersion grows Despite dropping student enrolment around School District 47, Powell River’s French Immersion program is growing.
Powell River pays respect to two soldiers

Powell River pays respect to two soldiers

Pouring rain on Saturday morning did not deter members of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 164 and other members of the public from attending Powell River’s cenotaph at Dwight Hall.

Christian school courts more funds

Request made for additional grant to complete ball hockey facility

Funding improves for projects

Officials receive briefing on infrastructure program

Major industry tax level will increase

Paper mill faces jump in annual assessment
Storm approaches

Storm approaches

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Saturday night warning Sunshine Coast residents that the remains of tropical storm Ana, downgraded from a hurricane, will be felt on the BC coast late Monday or Tuesday.
Vigil for Cirillo

Vigil for Cirillo

A vigil to honour the life and service of Corporal Nathan Cirillo, the Canadian soldier killed in front of Ottawa’s National War Memorial Wednesday, is being planned for 10 am, Saturday, October 25 at Powell River’s Cenotaph.
Briefly: October 24, 2014

Briefly: October 24, 2014

Storm takes toll It may not have been enough rain to set records, but Powell River’s first fall storm has packed a wallop, flooding streets and basements and knocking out power to some neighbourhoods.