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Powell River museum requests funding from regional district

Powell River museum requests funding from regional district

Board will consider allocating $204,240 for 2021
Vaccinating B.C.'s essential workers sooner could save over 600 lives: study

Vaccinating B.C.'s essential workers sooner could save over 600 lives: study

Bumping essential workers up the vaccine queue could prevent over 200,000 infections and save over 600 lives across British Columbia, according to a new study from a Simon Fraser University researcher
Province provides $1 million for airport runway extension in Powell River

Province provides $1 million for airport runway extension in Powell River

City receives grant through BC’s community economic recovery and infrastructure program
Powell River city councillors submit resolutions for AVICC convention

Powell River city councillors submit resolutions for AVICC convention

Four items to be sent to Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities; annual general meeting will be held virtually
Forward from Ontario commits to Powell River Kings

Forward from Ontario commits to Powell River Kings

Anthony Lucarelli set to join BCHL club for next season
Police Patrol: Powell River RCMP report

Police Patrol: Powell River RCMP report

Powell River RCMP reported the following for February 18 to 24, 2021.
RE/MAX Powell River celebrates 20th anniversary

RE/MAX Powell River celebrates 20th anniversary

Broker Ron Ostensen also marking 10 years leading realty office
Council approves patio area permit for Powell River brewery

Council approves patio area permit for Powell River brewery

Townsite Brewing wants to cover and heat outdoor space
B.C.'s daily COVID-19 death count falls to one — lowest total in 13 weeks

B.C.'s daily COVID-19 death count falls to one — lowest total in 13 weeks

New infections saw an uptick, with 559 new cases in the past day – the second-highest total so far this month.
Public funds salvage finances at pandemic-hobbled BC Ferries

Public funds salvage finances at pandemic-hobbled BC Ferries

BC Ferries’ traffic and ­revenues declined in the final three months of 2020 and that situation is projected to ­continue in the near term