This week on Coast Reporter Radio:
Political fireworks, or – more accurately – the politics of fireworks as Gibsons council finds itself split on whether to take up a local company’s offer to sponsor a show.
BC seems to be on track to join several other jurisdictions in North America in banning the practice known as conversion therapy.
A local couple is building a Zero Waste tiny home.
And, at least one local politician talks about what makes cycling to work less enjoyable than it could be, and here's the spoiler – it’s not the state of our bike lanes.
Our story on the May 21 debate on fireworks at Gibsons council:
Our follow-up on the divided public opinion:
Editor John Gleeson’s call for Gibsons to go ahead and light up the sky this summer:
Our story on the bill to ban conversion therapy:
Sophie Woodrooffe’s story on Buddy and Barb’s zero waste tiny home:
Rik Jespersen’s story on the church turned concert hall High Beam Dreams: