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How Revolution moved me

What does it mean to be human? Does it mean that we have a divine right to conquer and rule all around us? Or does it mean that we have a responsibility, together as a race, to take care of what we have been given? These were questions I had never re

Province-wide search for talent underway

Musicians, filmmakers, photographers and chefs from across the province are invited to apply to take part in B.C. Day celebrations in the Victoria this August. The Provincial Capital Commission's Celebrate B.C. Day event on Monday, Aug.

Tips from Gibsons Wildlife

Nesting season is upon us and Clint and Irene Davy from Gibsons Wildlife Rehab are appealing to the public to protect area wildlife. "Please do not to cut trees or trim hedges at this time of the year, wait until the fall," said Irene.

Barn dance with the Country Boys band

Next Friday, May 17, the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club will be the host venue for the second benefit fundraiser for ANCA and the fourth annual International Naturally Autistic People Awards Convention and Festival set for Oct.

Huge plant sale Sunday

Mother's Day is the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden's annual plant sale, Sunday May 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 5941 Mason Rd. in Sechelt.

Hard work and fine tuning

Students at Elphinstone Secondary School are working hard after hours in a newly established drag racing program at the school.

Legacy scholarship fund changes lives

This year, for the first time, a young person from the Sunshine Coast will attend an Outward Bound wilderness program on a full scholarship, thanks to the generosity of the Neil Falkner Outward Bound Legacy.

Squadron starts 47th year of boating education

Founded in 1966, Sunshine Coast Power and Sail Squadron (SCPSS) met at Pebbles Restaurant in Sechelt April 19 to elect new officers.

Quilters' Guild presents annual show

The Sunshine Coast Quilters' Guild presents its annual Quilt Show next weekend at the Gibsons and Area Community Centre.

Stating the case for marine sanctuaries

Nigel Cornwall will give an illustrated presentation tonight (May 3) about the Marine Life Sanctuaries Society (MLSS) of B.C. whose goal is to create true no-take marine sanctuaries in British Columbia.