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Bill Hubbs bids adieu to hospital foundation

For many in the medical community, Bill Hubbs is a magician. But instead of pulling a rabbit out of his hat, he pulled a CAT scanner out of a community. Now, after six years on the St. Mary's Hospital Foundation, Hubbs is stepping down.

Celebrate Canada Days at Five Winds Farm

It's not often these days, you can see a horse working in its historic role as it has through the centuries of pioneering.

Headwater Band to play Midsummer's Eve Gala

Come and enjoy the laid-back, melodic roots sound of the Headwater Band of Vancouver. Hearing Headwater is like listening to the West Coast of Canada in song.

Coast chapter set to open

Enterprising Moms Network (EMN) will launch its newest chapter on the Sunshine Coast on June 25.

Stories in the first person

Voices from Israel and Palestine: Com-passionate Listening to Conflicting Realities is a long title for a complex topic.

New StrongStart centre opens

On June 9, children, families, community members and School District No. 46 (SD46) personnel gathered to celebrate the StrongStart program at Madeira Park Elementary School.

Duck Pluck is quack, er back

After missing a year, the Duck Pluck children's festival and fundraiser is back for a seventh time. The Children's Festival and Duck Pluck Raffle, June 20 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Garden tour features local artists

Madeira Park gardens are featured in this weekend's Art in the Gardens Tour Saturday, June 13, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Boat filled for the food bank

Last Saturday at Trail Bay Centre in Sechelt, the Sunshine Dragons, a division of the Gibsons Paddle Club (GPC), held their inaugural Fill the Boat for the Food Bank food drive. Starting at 7:45 a.m.

Farmers' Market starts new season

The Fiddlehead Farmers' Market in Upper Gibsons begins its third season on Saturday, June 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. behind the curling club.