Skip to content

Local News

Let’s Talk Trash: School’s back

Let’s Talk Trash: School’s back

Whether you are gracing the halls of academia, entering the virtual classroom, enrolling a child in private school, or unschooling your kids, now is the time you might be eyeing a school supplies list.
Kicking the Clutter: Simple tips to makeover your living room

Kicking the Clutter: Simple tips to makeover your living room

The living room is probably the busiest room in your home. Because we use this valuable space for so many purposes, it can easily get cluttered and nonfunctional.
New film challenges what it means to grow old

New film challenges what it means to grow old

Producer hopes to change perceptions with frank look at ageing 
Powell River Sports Hall of Fame nomination forms available

Powell River Sports Hall of Fame nomination forms available

Nominations for the 2022 Powell River Sports Hall of Fame are now open. Sports hall of fame committee member Paul Liknes said he is hoping to see a number of nomination forms coming in for the second induction of candidates.
B.C. records 820 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths

B.C. records 820 new COVID-19 cases, nine deaths

ICU patient totals rise in the 11th straight B.C. COVID-19 data update
BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Westview and Little River terminals

BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Westview and Little River terminals

Mechanical difficulty disrupts September 10 schedule
Powell River Minor Hockey introduction starting up

Powell River Minor Hockey introduction starting up

First Shift program provides fundamentals to young players
City of Powell River awards wastewater contract

City of Powell River awards wastewater contract

Final major contract given for piping to the treatment plant
Unvaccinated COVID-19 patients fill B.C. ICU wards

Unvaccinated COVID-19 patients fill B.C. ICU wards

Of the 130 people now in intensive care units at B.C. hospitals, 111 are unvaccinated. 774 new cases
Powell River chapter of the Council of Canadians wants action on climate change

Powell River chapter of the Council of Canadians wants action on climate change

Politicians being urged to up their game regarding climate initiatives