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In the Community

Life on the edge

Commander Zero is a brilliantly written novel that takes place in the tiny community of Pender Harbour. This is not your quaint and cozy local yokel tale. It is dark and quirky, as lyrical and hard as the landscape itself.

Managers set to meet

Want to connect with other executive directors, managers, or volunteer coordinators for non-profit organizations on the Sunshine Coast? Ask advice, give advice, inform others of your initiatives, or just hang with others with a similar job? Sunshine

Changing with the times

The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) now welcomes any woman who supports the pursuit of education and the advancement of the status of women worldwide.
Coasters nominated for international awards

Coasters nominated for international awards

Sunshine Coast residents Nicholas Mitchell, Nichi Plushke and Tim Pylypiuk have been nominated for the fourth annual INAP Awards.

A summer of training and learning

Every year cadets from the 2963 Seaforth Highlanders Army Cadet Corps in Sechelt travel to various summer camps, each one specializing in its own skill set.

Dig into fun at the Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival will buzz with excitement this Sunday, Sept. 1, at the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden in Sechelt from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Put vaccinations at the top of your list

As September looms and parents prepare to send their kids back to school, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is stressing the importance of up-to-date vaccinations for all children entering kindergarten.

Movie Night now apart of FunFest

After postponing twice already due to Mother Nature, the volunteers who have put hundreds of hours into planning this event for the third straight year look forward to the Movie in the Park event on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

1963 Elphi grads are celebrating

The Elphinstone Secondary School grad class of 1963 is preparing two great events to mark 50 years since graduation.

Gibsons community shuttle taking a detour

This Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24 and 25, the Gibsons community shuttle will be stopping three times a day at Shirley Macey Park to accommodate attendees of the fourth annual Synchronicity Festival.