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Tele-workshop helps residents understand dementia

Preparing for the journey with dementia is an important step for family caregivers and those living with the health issue. To help them get on their way, the non-profit Alzheimer Society of B.C.

Cancer support group coming to the Coast

What happens when you get a diagnosis of cancer and suddenly your whole world is turned upside down? You're faced with your own mortality and until now there's been no easy way to find people who are travelling a similar journey on the Sunshine Coast

Survey results help plan for the future

The Gibsons and District Public Library has concluded its highly successful community survey.

Are you a photo lover?

The Sunshine Coast is a romantic destination by nature, and is the scene of countless carefully planned date nights, marriage proposals and amorous memories for many couples, particularly at Valentine's Day.

Following David Thompson's journey

Follow David Thompson down the Columbia River at the next meeting of the Sunshine Coast Natural History Society. At the Feb.

Gutsy book from first time author launches Sunday

Micheal Mann, the Sunshine Coast's latest published author, is unique in many ways. He's a bright, articulate man who uses words to convey feelings and experiences most of us will never come close to duplicating. At his book launch this Sunday, Jan.

An introduction to Aung San Suu Kyi

Editor's note: Kai Nestman of Sechelt will be participating in the Rotary Global Peace Forum in Hawaii, Jan. 25 to 27, through a partnership with the Rotary Club of the Sunshine Coast.

Quilters Guild lends a hand

The Sunshine Coast Quilters Guild recently partnered with the Salvation Army's Camp Sunrise in order to sew donated material into curtains for three of the camp's cabins.

A fresh start in the new year

With the New Year here, many people are looking to turn over a new leaf, start a new chapter or make a fresh start.

Campaign tackles stigma of dementia

If a close friend told you she has dementia, would you avoid her for fear of being embarrassed by what she might say or do? If you answered "yes," you're not alone.