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RCMP in Powell River welcomes community assistance

RCMP in Powell River welcomes community assistance

Crime statistics for September an upward trend
Letter to Powell River council outlines plans for derelict building demolition

Letter to Powell River council outlines plans for derelict building demolition

Seaboard Hotels will pay for teardown of former Inn at Westview
All candidates meeting attracts large crowd in Powell River

All candidates meeting attracts large crowd in Powell River

Residents gather to hear political hopefuls’ request for their votes
BC Ferries predicts waits will end in 2030

BC Ferries predicts waits will end in 2030

BC Ferries says the largest capital plan in the company’s history will add more ships, improve terminals and upgrade the reservation and ticket sales system – and that when it’s all done in early 2030, “waits will largely end at major terminals,” inc
Powell River singer wins at national talent competition

Powell River singer wins at national talent competition

Gitta May Nielsen awarded People’s Choice on The Shot
Be careful on B.C.’s roads this Thanksgiving weekend

Be careful on B.C.’s roads this Thanksgiving weekend

If you plan to hit the road this long weekend, ICBC is warning drivers to take extra care. On average, four people are killed and 650 people are injured in 2,100 crashes in B.C. over Thanksgiving long weekend. As of Oct.
2018 Referendum on Electoral Reform guide: Part one

2018 Referendum on Electoral Reform guide: Part one

Three-part series explains options to Powell River area voters
Today is National Seniors Day - have you done this?

Today is National Seniors Day - have you done this?

British Columbia Notaries are urging seniors and Baby Boomers are urging seniors to plan ahead for potential health surprises. In the leadup up to today's National Seniors Day (Oct.
Province issues winter tire warning, officially kills summer vibe

Province issues winter tire warning, officially kills summer vibe

Last week was sunny and warm and wonderful. Well, so much for that. The provincial government announced today that starting on Monday, people need to have winter tires on their vehicles on most British Columbia highways during winter months.
Expedia recognizes Powell River’s history and charm

Expedia recognizes Powell River’s history and charm

Travel magazine recognizes community for history and charm