The Face Behind the Mask

POWELL RIVER COVID-19 INFO

The Face Behind the Mask

People all over our community are reaching out and helping to support one another – family and friends, but also acquaintances, colleagues, and even strangers. In this section, we are featuring a different face each week with a short Q&A, showcasing and highlighting the experience of healthcare and other essential workers in our community during the pandemic.

The Face Behind the Mask: Paula Perry

This week’s Face Behind the Mask is Constable Paula Perry. Paula is an RCMP Police Officer in Powell River. She is one of the front-line workers in our community who is reaching out to help and support others.

We appreciate the efforts of all front-line and essential workers in our community who, like Paula, help to keep us safe and supported.

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The Face Behind the Mask: Martin Williams

This week’s Face Behind the Mask is Martin Williams. Martin owns the local grocery business, Townsite Fruit & Veg. When the pandemic hit Martin, like so many business owners, had to figure out how to adjust operations to ensure the safety of staff and customers. Those of us who know Martin know he has done this with a huge open heart and a big smile.

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The Face Behind the Mask: Nova Cleghorn

This week’s Face Behind the Mask is Nova Cleghorn. Nova is a Registered Nurse who has been working at the Powell River Complex Clinic since it opened in the fall. She is one of the friendly faces you may have seen if you have been for a COVID-19 test.

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The Face Behind the Mask: Tyler Brady

This week’s Face Behind the Mask is Tyler Brady, one of our local firefighters. People all over our community are reaching out and helping to support
one another – family and friends, but also acquaintances, colleagues,
and even strangers. From doctors and nurses to firefighters and teachers
to business owners and support staff, the strong fabric of our
community is something we can all appreciate and celebrate. That’s what this campaign is all about!

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The Face Behind the Mask

Our facial expressions help to define us. They provide others with signals about how we are feeling and are an important part of our ability to communicate. So, what does it mean when we cover our faces with masks as the pandemic has required?

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As of March 15, Vancouver Coastal Health will be offering a public vaccination site located on the upper level of the Powell River Recreation Complex.

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