A group of Austrians, led by a Canadian-born priest, plan to hike the Third Crossing from Squamish to Powell River this July.
Tyler Pantalone says his pets quite possibly saved his life. Now his 5 dogs, 11 cats, 5 snakes, 2 rats and innumerable fish are part of the family. And his girlfriend and her two girls are happy with it all.
Each year in June, Powell River Living publishes a special pet issue. This year, we’re upping the ante by sponsoring a great event: the first ever Powell River Pet Expo on June 10 at the Thunderdome! Read on, animal lovers, for the full scoop on how to get the most out of the show, from contests, to demos and fun races. You, your kids (and maybe your pets) will have a blast!
Over the past year, Rose Cardinall-Redfern conquered not just Grade 11, not just Grade 12, but also the first year of a carpentry apprenticeship.
Rose, just 16, was the youngest in the carpentry program this year and the only girl.