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The moose are loose - but beware of ticks

The moose are loose - but beware of ticks

Keep an eye out.
Pouce Coupe Museum ramps up for season

Pouce Coupe Museum ramps up for season

Pancakes, history, and more.
Be on the lookout for graffiti tagger in Pouce Coupe

Be on the lookout for graffiti tagger in Pouce Coupe

Graffiti work unwanted, say area residents.
Proposed changes to moose hunt not being welcomed

Proposed changes to moose hunt not being welcomed

A wave of opposition over a proposal by the provincial government to cut the number of moose that can be harvested in Northeast B.C. is gaining steam. “Honest to goodness, there has not been a bigger issue that has come across my desk.
Supreme Court of British Columbia reverses second council vote to pull portfolio positions from Pouce Coupe mayor

Supreme Court of British Columbia reverses second council vote to pull portfolio positions from Pouce Coupe mayor

Supreme Court of British Columbia decision.
North Winds re-proposes addiction recovery centre in Pouce Coupe

North Winds re-proposes addiction recovery centre in Pouce Coupe

“That facility saved my life,” said Davis, who intends to work at the Peace Haven facility when it opens.  
SD59 sets draft calendar for 2022/2023 - feedback wanted

SD59 sets draft calendar for 2022/2023 - feedback wanted

Draft calendar set - feedback wanted before March 4.
PRRD considering legal action over unpermitted campground

PRRD considering legal action over unpermitted campground

ALC panel denied the application because the campground is not an approved use under the ALC act, and was built without ALC approval or the required PRRD building permits.
Thirty years in the hot seat for Pouce Coupe fire chief

Thirty years in the hot seat for Pouce Coupe fire chief

“I started young and took a liking to it." 
Pouce Coupe homestead exhibit faces uncertain future at Royal B.C. Museum

Pouce Coupe homestead exhibit faces uncertain future at Royal B.C. Museum

A replica of a Peace River homestead is among the exhibits being dismantled at the Royal B.C. Museum this year as part of its push to 'decolonize' the institution.