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Viewpoint: Take back the tap

by Trish Cocksedge At the City of Powell River’s committee of the whole meeting September 6, a recommendation was put forward that bottled water continue to be sold at city facilities and civic events and that the funds to purchase one water bottle f
Editorial Cartoon: September 19, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: September 19, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: September 19, 2012

Naive cruelty A needless tragedy happened directly in front of our home along Malaspina Strait, just south of Powell River [“Safety on the water,” July 25].

Editorial: Fair play

Autumn begins on Saturday, September 22, and what better way to mark the change to shorter days and longer nights than a visit to Powell River Fall Fair.

Viewpoint: Sunshine Coast shares many rural similarities

by Lee Ann Johnson As a citizen and resident of Gibsons, BC, I am requesting the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia consider the following issues regarding the redistribution in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky r
Editorial Cartoon: September 12, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: September 12, 2012

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Viewpoint: Polio needs to be eradicated

By Jan Gisborne Canada has shown long-standing leadership in support of global polio eradication, a goal which is the highest priority for Rotarians throughout the world.

Editorial: Birthday bash

Current and former employees of the paper mill in Powell River will be gathering this weekend to celebrate the facility’s 100th birthday. Catalyst Paper Corporation is throwing the bash to mark the mill’s centennial.
Editorial cartoon: September 5, 2012

Editorial cartoon: September 5, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: September 5, 2012

Fire danger – John Hermsen, Sutherland Avenue In reference to the article “Fire damages fragile island” [August 29], there is a permanent fire ban on the Curme Islands. Signs will tell you as soon as you set foot on one of the islands.