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Walk for Reconciliation

Walk for Reconciliation

VIDEO – Over 150 people took part in the Walk for Reconciliation on Sunday, hosted by Tla’amin (Sliammon) First Nation, including [from left] Chief Clint Williams, Devin Pielle, John Louie and Erik Blaney.

Ferries to modify schedule

Replacement vessel on Saltery Bay-Earls Cove route has been running late

NDP needs to rebuild Simons

MLA doesnt plan on seeking leadership

Permit application under review

Ministry officials gather more information about coal storage

Staff to break down permissive tax bylaws

Quorum would disappear due to conflict-of-interest ruling
Liquor policy review open to residents

Liquor policy review open to residents

Craft beer advocates meet with government officials
Kings sweep weekend games

Kings sweep weekend games

Goaltender holds ice until teammates wake up
Tie-dye backdrop frames anniversary concert

Tie-dye backdrop frames anniversary concert

Big stage provides large canvas for world-renowned artist

CrimeStoppers: September 25, 2013

Week of September 17 to 23, 2013 Total calls for service = 92 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 5 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 3 Mischief = 5 1.

Quick Peaks: September 25, 2013

District updates online mapping Powell River Regional District has released a new public online map that covers the boundaries of the entire regional district, including the City of Powell River.