Alexander McNaughton can’t get over the abundance of wild food in Powell River. It’s one of the first things he noticed when he moved here earlier this year with his girlfriend. But Alexander is a professional food forager so it stands to reason that he would notice...read more
As long as I can remember, running has been where I’ve felt most comfortable. The feel of my body moving through space, the wind, the matched sound of my footfalls and my own heartbeat. By Mel Edgar There’s a freedom. I don’t have to worry about anything: if my face...read more
A perfect sunset. At Willingdon. The dock in silhouette. Photos like these represent the “Best of Powell River” - or at least what many locals think of as the pinnacle, if Instagram and Facebook feeds are any indication. But there’s so much more to the “best of” this...read more
“I’m going to miss them,” says Don Carto, scratching Jackie behind the ear as he looks over at the other donkeys, Willie, Angel and Jill. “They’re my buddies.” For more than 20 years, there have been donkeys on the Wildwood Hill. “They’re kind of a landmark,” says...read more
The Red Alert Wall is one of the largest walls in North America south of the Arctic and until last month, it hadn’t been climbed. Most climbers didn’t even know it existed. On July 6, Cranbrook’s Travis Foster and Drew Leiterman began climbing the 1,500 metre...read more
By Kirk Somers Colin MacRae had been living in Victoria, where he grew up, when he came up to Powell River to visit a friend. This was back in 2008. Having never been here he started looking around, and was intrigued by what he saw. Here was this pristine, beautiful...read more
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