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Editorial Cartoon: March 2, 2011

Editorial Cartoon: March 2, 2011

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Letters to the Editor: March 02, 2011

Treatment options In the February 9 edition of the Peak , the side bar “Treatment options” with the article “Consultation plan goes back to staff” gave a useful summary of the treatment options being considered.

Editorial: Challenges ahead

While the excitement of her win still resonates, BC’s premier-designate, Christy Clark, must also face numerous challenges, some of which she created herself.

Editorial: Mixed signals

City of Powell River officials are sending out mixed messages about the liquid waste management plan and the strongly-opposed co-treatment option.

Viewpoint: Diversity is something to celebrate

by Jill McPhail After having the privilege to see Defining Diversity, Creating Community at the Powell River Film Festival, I left the theatre feeling a little like I was on cloud nine.
Editorial Cartoon: February 23, 2011

Editorial Cartoon: February 23, 2011

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Editorial: Public trust

After months of public consultation and debate, City of Powell River councillors made a decision about the fate of a vacant waterfront lot that is close to many residents’ hearts.

Letters to the Editor: February 23, 2011

Reality test I was a bit surprised to see John Weston quoted as saying “It seems the only reason someone wants to provoke an election isn’t for the good of Canadians, but for the self interest of trying to go into government.

Viewpoint: Coastsaver fares should benefit all

by Ken McLeish I find it extremely unfair and, to a much greater degree, discriminatory that BC Ferries’ special little benefits from time to time focus exclusively on travellers out of the Vancouver area.

Letters to the Editor: February 16, 2011

Cotreatment concerns I am deeply concerned about the way Powell River is being led into adopting a “cotreatment” sewage plan that I believe will have negative impacts on the city as a whole [“Consultation plan goes back to staff,” February 9].