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qathet Regional District director announces retirement

qathet Regional District director announces retirement

Colin Palmer reflects on 26 years of service in local government
Leader of the Conservatives wants Trudeau to appeal pipeline ruling

Leader of the Conservatives wants Trudeau to appeal pipeline ruling

OTTAWA -- Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the federal Liberals should both appeal the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion before the Supreme Court of Canada and legislate the project into existence.
86 per cent of Canadians want to restrict the sale of vaping products to youth

86 per cent of Canadians want to restrict the sale of vaping products to youth

A recent poll conducted by the Angus Reid Institute asked Canadians whether vaping does more harm than good. Specifically, it asked whether e-cigarettes are a smoking cessation aid or if they hook younger people on the addictive substance.
New supportive housing facility excites Powell River agencies

New supportive housing facility excites Powell River agencies

PREP Society and Life Cycle Housing Society to manage homes for the homeless
City of Powell River councillors designate gender-neutral washrooms

City of Powell River councillors designate gender-neutral washrooms

Youth council recommendation leads to changes at city hall
qathet Regional District voters face referendum question

qathet Regional District voters face referendum question

Election asks residents to choose leaders and decide on sharing Powell River Recreation Complex costs
Police patrol: Powell River crime report

Police patrol: Powell River crime report

Powell River RCMP reported the following for September 12 to 18, 2018
Candidates line up for civic election in Powell River

Candidates line up for civic election in Powell River

Race for mayor and council offers voters broad spectrum of experience and platforms
86 per cent of Canadians want to restrict the sale of vaping products to youth

86 per cent of Canadians want to restrict the sale of vaping products to youth

A recent poll conducted by the Angus Reid Institute asked Canadians whether vaping does more harm than good. Specifically, it asked whether e-cigarettes are a smoking cessation aid or if they hook younger people on the addictive substance.
B.C. cannabis workers may be barred from U.S.

B.C. cannabis workers may be barred from U.S.

B.C.’s solicitor general says he’s extremely concerned that the United States might bar provincial government employees from travelling across the American border because they work in the province’s new legal cannabis branch.