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Zoom lecture features Dr. Daniel Heath Justice

Zoom lecture features Dr. Daniel Heath Justice

This year’s free annual Clifford Smith Memorial Lecture will feature Dr. Daniel Heath Justice on “Stories as Good Relations: Imagining Together (and) Apart in Incurious Times.
New endowment celebrates long-time search and rescue volunteer Robert Allen

New endowment celebrates long-time search and rescue volunteer Robert Allen

Grants will support land SAR activities on the Coast
Egmont jewel hosts miracle workers

Egmont jewel hosts miracle workers

The Backeddy Resort and Marina at Egmont is truly a jewel on the Sunshine Coast.
Tom the Turkey contest is back

Tom the Turkey contest is back

The Halfmoon Bay Community School will be having its annual Tom the Turkey Family Contest where families disguise Tom the Turkey to keep him safe during the Thanksgiving season.
Toastmaster checks off one of her dreams

Toastmaster checks off one of her dreams

Toastmasters is usually thought of as a way to improve public speaking, and while that is true, there is so much more value that Toastmasters can add to your life and business.
Sunshine Shack is back in business

Sunshine Shack is back in business

Forest baths and other people’s shoes

Forest baths and other people’s shoes

Who in the Gumboot Nation isn’t an outdoor enthusiast? This Saturday, Sept.
CONSERVING THE JAM

CONSERVING THE JAM

The Roberts Creek Legion relaunched its indoor stage last weekend after an 18-month hiatus brought on by COVID-19. The club has long featured a Tuesday night jam session but moved it to Saturday night on Sept. 18 to mark the occasion.
This place is more than a road called Redrooffs

This place is more than a road called Redrooffs

Hello Halfmoon Bay. This election got me thinking about our town and its size and population. According to the 2016 census and the SCRD, the population of Halfmoon Bay is 2,726 with an annual population growth of 1-2 per cent.
SKATEPARK REOPENING

SKATEPARK REOPENING

An estimated 300 people attended the Rotary Skateboard Park grand reopening in Sechelt on Sept. 12, with more than 100 skaters demonstrating their skills.