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Editorial Cartoon: November 12, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: November 12, 2014

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Editorial: Let's go for 60

Since May, increasing Powell River’s polling numbers for Saturday’s local government election is something Peak Publishing has been working to improve through voter engagement.

Letters to the Editor: November 12, 2014

Out of town candidates This is a brief letter to all the voters of the City of Powell River to point out that three of the candidates running in the November 15 election, for a seat on council, do not live within city boundaries.
Editorial Cartoon: November 5, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: November 5, 2014

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Editorial: Remember them

Remembrance Day has been observed since 1919, just a year after the end of World War I. In 2014, events are being held to commemorate the start of that so-called Great War 100 years ago.

Letters to the Editor: November 5, 2014

Choice of site Firstly, I agree that Powell River requires a larger space for its public library but was a bit surprised at the sudden decision to choose the Crossroads Village site [“Library referendum question will be on civic ballot,” September 24

Viewpoint: Let's rethink trash

by Tai Uhlmann What would the world look like if products were designed to last? What if every item was repairable and once it reached the end of its life was easily remanufactured into equal quality products or composted? We do not need better ways
Editorial Cartoon: October 29, 2014

Editorial Cartoon: October 29, 2014

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Letters to the Editor: October 29, 2014

Case for brownfield not green Given that there is not yet any funding allocated for a new fire hall in Westview, and given that Westview contains acres of dead shopping malls, wasteland and other degraded property, why shoehorn the new building into

Editorial: Halloween safety

Spooktacular decorations, bowls full of treats and children dressed up as their favourite super-heroes or monsters, Halloween, the scariest night of the year, is upon us again.