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Four more COVID-19 deaths raise B.C. death toll to 1,738

Four more COVID-19 deaths raise B.C. death toll to 1,738

3,454,295 residents have received at least one dose of vaccine since B.C. provided its first dose exactly six months ago.
Police Patrol: Powell River RCMP report

Police Patrol: Powell River RCMP report

Powell River RCMP responded to 92 calls for service from June 9 to 15
City of Powell River Council to consider adoption of SOFI report

City of Powell River Council to consider adoption of SOFI report

Financial information outlined in annual summary
North Island-Powell River MP says defeated dental care proposal would have helped millions

North Island-Powell River MP says defeated dental care proposal would have helped millions

“Young Canadians, seniors, single parents and low-income households that don’t have a dental plan are struggling because they can’t afford dental services." ~ Rachel Blaney
Forward from Connecticut joins Powell River Kings

Forward from Connecticut joins Powell River Kings

Mark D’Agostino commits to 2021/2022 season in BCHL
No changes to BC Ferries service for Route 3 under Step 2 restart

No changes to BC Ferries service for Route 3 under Step 2 restart

BC Ferries’ Route 3 service saw no changes as a result of Step 2 of B.C.’s restart plan flipping into effect June 15.
Let’s Talk Trash: Feeling nature’s heartbeat

Let’s Talk Trash: Feeling nature’s heartbeat

Finding ways to harmlessly connect with the life all around us is vitally important to our wellness, as well as Mother Nature’s.
inclusion Powell River seeks staff, volunteers, to help people of all ages in community

inclusion Powell River seeks staff, volunteers, to help people of all ages in community

Demand for services increases during pandemic
qathet Regional District director comments on rental crisis

qathet Regional District director comments on rental crisis

Issue is part of a series of systemic problems, says Mark Gisborne
B.C. records no new COVID-19 deaths; serious infections subside

B.C. records no new COVID-19 deaths; serious infections subside

Number of those in intensive care units with the disease are at a level not seen since November 7.