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Letter: Facts matter

Letter: Facts matter

Steven Grover’s letter illustrates the irony of some people claiming a lack of transparency and information, all the while ignoring information publicly available if it does not suit their own agenda [“ Blame game ,” March 25].
Powell River mayor reports on conversations with project executives

Powell River mayor reports on conversations with project executives

Cannabis facility in full swing, airport development leaseholders seem committed, says Dave Formosa
Powell River resident enquires about sale of Townsite lands

Powell River resident enquires about sale of Townsite lands

Stephen Miller wishes to purchase city-owned property and develop the land in a way that enhances the district
Powell River electors return George Doubt to city council

Powell River electors return George Doubt to city council

A total of 2,047 ballots cast in byelection, with winner taking more than half the votes
Strong wind warning forces BC Ferries to cancel several sailings

Strong wind warning forces BC Ferries to cancel several sailings

Strong wind warnings for the central and south coast have forced BC Ferries to cancel a number of sailings
Tla’amin Nation celebrates three years since signing of treaty

Tla’amin Nation celebrates three years since signing of treaty

Self-governance about building a future and having control of lands, rights and economy
B.C. schools to provide free tampons, pads to students

B.C. schools to provide free tampons, pads to students

‘We don’t want any young people having to go without’
Committee receives update on development permit area in Powell River's Townsite

Committee receives update on development permit area in Powell River's Townsite

Purpose is to retain architectural design of the district
Powell River voters go to polls for civic byelection

Powell River voters go to polls for civic byelection

After two advance voting sessions, April 6 is election day for sixth councillor
BC Ferries: Commissioner aims to keep ferry fare increases near inflation

BC Ferries: Commissioner aims to keep ferry fare increases near inflation

The BC Ferries commissioner is planning to set the maximum annual increase for BC Ferries fares at 2.3 per cent for the coming contract. Ferries starts its next “performance term” on April 1, 2020 and it runs until March 31, 2024.