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City of Powell River Council candidate: Todd Phillips

City of Powell River Council candidate: Todd Phillips

"I will put in the hours and do the research to reach the right decisions for the community." ~ Todd Phillips
In memoriam: Betty Condon

In memoriam: Betty Condon

August 16, 1948 - September 19, 2022
Good morning, Peak readers

Good morning, Peak readers

Photo feature of the day, today in history, the weather forecast and local gas prices
qRD committee recommends denying tax exemption for golf club

qRD committee recommends denying tax exemption for golf club

Myrtle Point Golf Club received qathet Regional District exemptions in 2018 and 2019, but not the following three years
Powell River Villa falls to Lakehill in nail-biting road game

Powell River Villa falls to Lakehill in nail-biting road game

Soccer club held Vancouver Island Soccer League leaders scoreless for 68 minutes
qathet Regional District committee reviews waste tipping fees

qathet Regional District committee reviews waste tipping fees

Regional board will consider increases to disposal of solids
B.C. researchers just invented a plastic replacement that could help prevent wildfires

B.C. researchers just invented a plastic replacement that could help prevent wildfires

UBC researchers pulled cellulose from wood fuels left in B.C.'s forests. They then repurposed it into a biodegradable film that mimics plastic, helping solve two problems at once.
City of Powell River mayoral candidates square off in town hall

City of Powell River mayoral candidates square off in town hall

Well attended meeting addresses multiple important issues facing the community
City of Powell River Council candidate: Jim Palm

City of Powell River Council candidate: Jim Palm

"I have the experience necessary to make informed decisions on the most important issues facing Powell River residents." ~ Jim Palm
70 family-friendly places you can watch salmon migrate in B.C.

70 family-friendly places you can watch salmon migrate in B.C.

2022 is forecast to be a dominant year for Fraser River sockeye salmon. As the red fish run up British Columbia's rivers and streams, here are dozens of places you can observe them.