Bridge wash out strands workers at HSPP

October 22, 2014

Night shift workers at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP) found themselves trapped Wednesday morning after an evening storm with high winds and heavy rain took out a bridge ...

Weston in lock down after shooting

October 22, 2014

West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country member of Parliament John Weston is locked down in Ottawa after a shooting on Parliament Hill Wednesday morning. Josh ...

Fast charging station opens in Sechelt

October 16, 2014

With assistance from the government of Canada, province of British Columbia and British Columbia Hydro and Power Corporation, Sechelt opened the first public direct current...

Connections for seniors

October 16, 2014

Community Connections for Seniors is a project of the Community Resource Centre, responding to the community’s large and growing seniors population and the challenges ...

District displays decorative crosswalks

Student trustee sworn in

October 16, 2014

New student trustee Kailyn Pritchard was sworn in during the Oct. 14 school board meeting. Pritchard is in Grade 12 at Elphinstone Secondary School and was elected to the...

Garden suites bylaw survives public hearing

Public question period stopped in Sechelt

Golf course rezoning

SCRD backs off on Burnco plan

Political involvement blamed for SIL troubles

October 16, 2014

The first board of directors took the helm at Sechelt Innovations Ltd. (SIL), a business development subsidiary of Sechelt, on Oct. 28, 2013. Twelve months later, two hired...

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