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Quick Peaks: April 27, 2011

Day of Mourning Members of CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) Local 798 have organized a ceremony to mark the national Day of Mourning. The gathering starts at 10:45 am on Thursday, April 28 at the Workers’ Memorial in the Cranberry Cemetery.

School Board Briefs: April 27, 2011

Gymnasts perform Members of the Powell River Gymnastics Team came to a recent meeting of the Powell River Board of Education to thank the board on behalf of Brooks Secondary School, Oceanview Secondary School and École Côte du Soleil for their financ

Wildlife funding goes toward monitoring populations

Local elk numbers among projects

Owners need to control dogs

Death of two rabbits highlights larger issue of canines at large

Off-road vehicle insurance becomes priority

Forest service roads to see more enforcement
Candidates address wide range of issues

Candidates address wide range of issues

Incumbent defends Conservative record

Briefly: April 22, 2011

High-speed Internet Use of high-speed Internet continues to improve in rural areas around Powell River, but there are still areas where connection is limited. Telus announced recently it is investing $350,000 in Powell River.

Dix takes party reins

Former health critic wins close one
Candidates talk ethics

Candidates talk ethics

Each week, the Powell River Peak, Whistler Question, Squamish Chief and Coast Reporter are asking candidates running in West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding in the May 2 federal election a question and reporting on their replies.
Demolition raises concerns over salvaging

Demolition raises concerns over salvaging

Decision came down to money