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In This Week’s Editor’s Note
- Courtenay: Renovations for 117 existing affordable BC housing units.
- Powell River: Plans to build a $9 million Emergency Services Facility.
- Port Alice: Converting the Pulp Mill into a Pellet Plant.
Courtenay: Renovations for 117 existing affordable BC housing units.
The 117 affordable BC housing units at the Washington Inn Apartments in Courtenay will be under renovations soon. The Province is providing approximately $4.7 million in capital costs associated with the project. Tenders are expected to be released soon.
Powell River: Plans to build a $9 million Emergency Services Facility.
Powell River is moving forward with plans to built a $9 million Emergency Services Facility. Terms of Reference for an Advisory Committee has been presented to council. The Committee will provide advice regarding design, funding strategies, and public engagement.
Port Alice: Converting the Pulp Mill into a Pellet Plant.
Plans are in the works to convert the Port Alice Pump Mill into a Pellet Plant. If approved, Arterran Renewables intends to use cellulose as the raw material with the potential to ship finished products to Japan and China.
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