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COVID-19: There's an app for that – thanks to Coquitlam man

COVID-19: There's an app for that – thanks to Coquitlam man

Coquitlam's Curtis Kim, a BCIT computer systems grad, created a real-time online COVID-19 tracker
City of Powell River applies for funding to extend active transportation network

City of Powell River applies for funding to extend active transportation network

Council endorses grant application to province
Powell River crime statistics on the increase

Powell River crime statistics on the increase

RCMP face rising caseload and experienced staffing shortages
Work proceeds in Powell River on liquid waste and airport

Work proceeds in Powell River on liquid waste and airport

City’s infrastructure department busy with both projects
Finance Minister Carole James has Parkinson's disease, says she won’t seek re-election

Finance Minister Carole James has Parkinson's disease, says she won’t seek re-election

Finance Minister Carole James said Thursday she has Parkinson’s disease. She plans to carry on in her job for the time being but won’t run again. She delivered the news backed up by about two dozen friends and colleagues in the legislature.
Work continues on transportation issue in Powell River

Work continues on transportation issue in Powell River

Local governments meet to discuss coastal busing
Spring break trip to Europe to proceed for Powell River students

Spring break trip to Europe to proceed for Powell River students

Brooks Secondary School travel has not been restricted by board of education
Malware attack continues to affect paper mill in Powell River

Malware attack continues to affect paper mill in Powell River

Paper Excellence Canada releases update on technology breach
qathet Regional District board passes remuneration and expenses bylaw

qathet Regional District board passes remuneration and expenses bylaw

New system designed to reduce and simplify staff time
New funding will help hire more French teachers in B.C.

New funding will help hire more French teachers in B.C.

Funding was announced Wednesday that will help B.C. hire about 200 French teachers it needs, including recruiting teachers from Belgium and France. A total of $2.