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Editorial Cartoon: August 8, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: August 8, 2012

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Editorial: Blackberry spirit

It began as a bold idea in the summer of 1993: to combine several community events into a week of fun with a blackberry twist.

Letters to the Editor: August 8, 2012

Musicians deserve pay To all those people who think that musicians shouldn't be paid for their contributions to community events, give your head a shake [“Speak to the Peak,” August 1].

Viewpoint: Austerity and stimulus debate echos world scale

by Michael Matthews If economists needed a case study to illustrate the choice between austerity and stimulus as the solution to the world’s debt crisis, then they could do worse than take a close look at Powell River.
Editorial Cartoon: August 1, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: August 1, 2012

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Editorial: Golden dreams

With the 2012 Olympic Summer Games well underway in London, Canadians everywhere are keeping a close eye on the nation’s athletes.

Letters to the Editor: August 1, 2012

Pollution and prison connection Congratulations to Enbridge Inc. executive’s company which was awarded $38.5 million to build a mega-prison, the first one of the Bill C10 crime bill.

Viewpoint: Our future is our past

by Steve Perkins Man needs to regress in order to progress. Something that never gets talked about in the environment versus economy discussions is the fact that there is a direct correlation between the natural environment and the human psyche.
Editorial Cartoon: July 25, 2012

Editorial Cartoon: July 25, 2012

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Letters to the Editor: July 25, 2012

Significant individuals sustain industry Catalyst Paper Corporation’s retired salaried employees are to be congratulated for their determination and initiative in the company’s restructuring [“Catalyst creditors approve restructuring plan,” June 27].