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Second phase of exchange beings

One month into the second phase of my Canada World Youth (CWY) exchange takes me to Allada, Bénin, located one hour north of Cotonou, the economic capital of the country.

Christmas kettle campaign kicks off

No wonder the Sunshine Coast is one of the best places to live in the world. Who else exhibits the community involvement that we do? To answer that question, one need look no further than Gibsons Mayor Barry Janyk and Sechelt Mayor Darren Inkster.

Talk radio is a Good thing

Bill Good, Jr. has another award to add to his impressive list of recognitions. He is this year's recipient of the Bruce Hutchison Lifetime Achievement Award.

Pitch in too get the word out

Did you know it is illegal to buy farm-killed meats, at the time mass reared and slaughtered animal meat products are being recalled in huge numbers? Did you know that local farmers must get permission from health departments even to sell food at far

Remembering a Coast newspaper original

When I first met Stuart Burnside, it was in a cramped little room off the front of the Coast News office in Gibsons. There were four of us in that tiny room barely big enough for a coat rack, and we squeezed around a table with overflowing ashtrays.

Tim Horton's gives back

Every Tuesday and Friday at around noon, the Gibsons Habitat for Humanity recyclers gather at Tim Hortons.

Stories are everywhere

Richard Wagamese is one of those rare artists who seem able to do it all. A consummate storyteller, Wagamese doesn't stop at merely writing or telling his tales; instead, he uses his many talents to bring his words to life. On Friday, Nov.

Clayoquot Sound subject of reading

The remarkable characters who settled Vancouver Island's Clayoquot Sound tell the story found in Margaret Horsfield's latest book, Voices from the Sound: Chronicles of Clayoquot Sound and Tofino 1899 to 1929.

Charity of choice for Elphi Fall Fun Fest

KidSport Sunshine Coast is able to increase the number of kids from Port Mellon to Earls Cove who will be taking to the fields and rinks this year as a result of the annual Elphi Fall Fun Fest held at Elphinstone Secondary School in September.

Coast Elves readying Christmas hampers

The Elves Club is gearing up to prepare hampers for people on the Coast who might not have much of a Christmas otherwise. "If you have a basic job making $8 an hour, $8.
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