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Letters: Everyone has a choice; hazardous involvement

Letters: Everyone has a choice; hazardous involvement

Everyone has a choice I was born in Powell River and raised there. I would like to commend constable Anthony Stewart [“BC recognizes mountie,” April 6] for his great job attempting to keep the streets of my hometown safe from impaired drivers.
Viewpoint: Volunteers are vital

Viewpoint: Volunteers are vital

National Volunteer Week, April 10 to 16, is an opportunity for the Heart and Stroke Foundation to thank all our dedicated volunteers who generously give their time to fuel life-saving research and to change the lives of people on Vancouver Island, th
Editorial: Day to remember

Editorial: Day to remember

Tuesday, April 5, will go down in history as the day Tla’amin Nation became self-governing again, but Saturday, April 9, will be forever ingrained in the memory of those who attended two celebration ceremonies.
Viewpoint: Land protection valuable

Viewpoint: Land protection valuable

Environment Canada has recognized the value of conserving land within the Powell River region as part of its Ecological Gift Program (EGP).
Letters: Library green space problematic

Letters: Library green space problematic

It is with interest that I have read the recent article ["Library site to include public green space," March 23]. This seems a bad decision.
Editorial: Congratulating Tla’amin Nation

Editorial: Congratulating Tla’amin Nation

As of midnight Tuesday, April 5, 2016, the people of Tla’amin Nation are self-governing. We congratulate them on this long-awaited and momentous occasion.
Editorial cartoon: Tla'amin Nation

Editorial cartoon: Tla'amin Nation

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Viewpoint: Better eating one small step at a time

Viewpoint: Better eating one small step at a time

With March coming to a close, it’s a good time to review our eating habits. After all, March is Nutrition Month and most of us could still learn a few new things about nutrition.
Editorial: Unfortunate ending

Editorial: Unfortunate ending

The latest and potentially final chapter of the Pebble in the Pond Environmental Society saga has unfolded in an unfortunate fashion.
Editorial cartoon: Pebble in the Pond

Editorial cartoon: Pebble in the Pond

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