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Candace Campo - artist, entrepreneur and advocate

Editor's note: This is the fifth in a series of stories about people who were raised on the Sunshine Coast who are making a successful mark in the world of their chosen vocations.

Retracing David Thompson's journey

Editor's note: Local Robert Allen is off this Saturday on a six-week paddling journey to commemorate the travels of David Thompson 200 years ago in the Pacific Northwest.

Humanitarian trip impacts Chatelech students

For six Chatelech Secondary School students, a visit to the West African nation of Senegal turned out to be the trip of a lifetime.

Ride your bike for good health

What could save you hundreds of dollars per year? How do you lose those unwanted pounds after Easter? Would you like to get to work with a clearer head and a cleaner conscience? Riding your bike to work as part of the inaugural Sunshine Coast Bike to

Celebrate Healthy Kids Day

On June 4, YMCA Camp Elphinstone is hosting its third annual YMCA Healthy Kids Day together with YMCAs across Canada.

Collaboration a huge success

The inaugural Our Food: Then and Now collaboration between the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives, the Arts Building and the One Straw Society was a grand success - both in terms of the goal of raising awareness on the history, local character and ar

Celebrate George and Charlotte Gibson Day

George and Charlotte Gibson Day will honour 125 years at the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives on May 28 - and the whole community is invited to the party.

Primulas and poppies tour of private Coast gardens

To find inspiration for your own garden, nothing beats viewing the private gardens of other keen gardeners on the Coast.

Coast guard aims to save lives

The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary is made up of dedicated volunteers who respond to any kind of emergency on or near the water. They want the community to help lighten their load by taking boating safety seriously.

Canada World Youth returns

The Sunshine Coast will once again provide a home base for Canada Word Youth (CWY), a non-profit organization that enables young volunteers to become world citizens and serve various communities.
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