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A Message To Powell River Today Readers from Expedia

Readers, My name is Jessica Estrada and I work as part of the content team for the Expedia.ca Travel Blog. I’m writing to let you know that our most recent article features Powell River as a charming historic town in Canada. With … Continue reading

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Powell River Students Making Myrtle Creek Healthier

The grade 5/6 class from Powell River Christian School are working hard to protect the wild coho salmon spawning habitat in Myrtle Creek. They have been working in tandem with  local Myrtle Creek Stewards and the Sierra Club to make the creek healthier … Continue reading

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B.C. to invest $10 million in Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast economies

Ahead of the Provincial Budget presentation next week, Michelle Stilwell, Minister of Social Development and Social Innovation, on behalf of Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour, announced an investment of $10 million … Continue reading

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BC Home Sales Return to Historic Average

The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 4,487 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in January, down 23 per cent from the same period last year. Total sales dollar volume was … Continue reading

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Laszlo Tamasik Dance Academy Closed Today Due To Weather

Unfortunately, Laszlo Tamasik Dance Academy will be closed today due to the weather. No classes will be running today. Laszlo Tamasik Dance Academy will be closed on Monday, February the 13th for Family Day. All Monday classes will be cancelled … Continue reading

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Look what made the CBC homepage

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/welcome-to-lund-draft-dodgers-1.3968147

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Inquest recommendations concerning illicit drug death in Powell River

A coroner’s inquest jury has issued 21 recommendations to try to reduce the toll from illicit drug deaths in B.C. The recommendations focus on improved treatment options for those struggling with drug dependency issues, including: better access to the opioid … Continue reading

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