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Editorial Cartoon: March 28, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: March 28, 2012

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Editorial: Review revision

City of Powell River officials faced an embarrassing situation last week when it was finally confirmed that some information in a service review conducted by the Helios Group was inaccurate.

Letters to the Editor: March 28, 2012

Mysterious petition In his letter to the editor on March 21, Sean Dees of Breakwater Books and Coffee states that in a “petition” it says it will “ruin the view from Breakwater Books” and “will be bad for business for Breakwater and other Marine/Albe

Viewpoint: Library plan requires financial reasoning

by Al Drummond Today’s City of Powell River council continues to embark upon a path of building a new library. It appears that the location is still the old arena site on the waterfront.
Editorial Cartoon: March 21, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: March 21, 2012

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Editorial: Open meetings

Powell River Regional District planning committee members and planning staff have attended two workshops in recent months to discuss land use planning approaches, objectives and legislative tools.

Letters to the Editor: March 21, 2012

Why prefer an empty gravel lot? Having seen quite a few “Save Willingdon Beach” buttons around town worn by library site opposers [“Opponents protest library site,” February 22], I am compelled to write my thoughts.

Viewpoint: Reality of a teacher’s working life

by Cathy Fisher I’d like to clarify some of the information in Louise Fribance’s letter to the editor, “Teachers’ requests out of reach,” published on March 14.
Editorial Cartoon: March 14, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: March 14, 2012

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Editorial: Blueprint for change

They asked for it, fought for it and lobbied the provincial government to fund it. Eventually, they received what they asked for and now the public has it too.