Coast Reporter Radio: Gibsons politics, Greenhouses and LGBTQ2+ art

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This week on Coast Reporter Radio:

Reaction from the mayor of Gibsons to a stunning statement by the Town’s chief administrative officer.

The green thumbs at Davis Bay Elementary celebrate the opening of their new greenhouse.

And, another podcast within a podcast from the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.

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Show Notes:

Our stories on the letter sent by a group that includes a former Gibsons mayor and councillor opposing the plan to borrow money for the Prowse Road lift station:

https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/former-mayor-councillor-opposing-gibsons-aap-1.23845038

And, Town CAO Emanuel Machado’s public critique:

https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/machado-rips-into-gabc-1.23846071

Sophie Woodrooffe’s story on the new greenhouse at Davis Bay Elementary:

https://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/davis-bay-elementary-gets-a-greenhouse-1.23848399

The full Sunshine Coast Arts council (sunshinecoastartscouncil.com) podcast on All That We Are:

https://soundcloud.com/andrea-pandancer/lgbtq2-show-mixdown-1

Rik Jespersen’s story on the All That We Are exhibit at the Doris Crowston Gallery:

https://www.coastreporter.net/entertainment/arts-entertainment/all-that-we-are-champions-resilience-and-solidarity-1.23847031

 

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