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Cartoon: January 28, 2015

Cartoon: January 28, 2015

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Editorial: Human rights

As inclusion Powell River celebrates its 60th anniversary this winter, it is important to recognize that the history of this grassroots community organization is part of a much bigger story in the province.
Editorial Cartoon: January 21, 2015

Editorial Cartoon: January 21, 2015

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Letters to the Editor: January 21, 2015

Bright lights Driving into town from Saltery Bay nowadays people will have noticed a flashing yellow road sign just north of the viewpoint indicating a curve in the road.

Viewpoint: Access is the missing link

by Tom Wheeler Powell River’s new website to market the city is not likely to meet the objectives of increasing the city’s population and reduce its agedness by attracting younger people. It is putting the cart ahead of the horse.
Editorial Cartoon: January 14, 2015

Editorial Cartoon: January 14, 2015

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Editorial: Taking a dig

For many Powell River residents, last spring’s switch to the Multi Material BC extended producer responsibility program felt more like a bait and switch.

Letters to the Editor: January 14, 2015

Matters beyond clothing In response to “Clothing material to fundraising success” [January 7], I think it is presumptuous of inclusion Powell River to think that they can make better use of revenue received from recycled clothing than Powell River He

Viewpoint: Citizens for better transit

by Daniel Kane Rajala Since the time of the early Greeks, the golden rule has been in place: “Treat others as you wish others to treat you.” Christ came along and said, “Love your neighbour as yourself.
Editorial Cartoon: January 7, 2015

Editorial Cartoon: January 7, 2015

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