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Pender Harbour celebrates the coming of spring

On Saturday, April 27, Pender Harbour will gather at the government dock (also known as Millennium Park) for the 12th annual April Tools Wooden Boat Challenge.

Happy birthday xwu'p'a'lich

A diverse crowd gathered at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall on March 30, to celebrate the 80th birthday of shíshálh elder, xwu'p'a'lich Barb Higgins.

Community efforts help endangered turtles

Thanks to the generous contributions of community members and local businesses, endangered western painted turtles now have a beautiful new place to nest at Trout Lake. For years, turtles have struggled to find suitable nesting habitat at the lake.

Students eager to join RCMP

The RCMP will have two new recruits, as soon as they're old enough to apply.

Hidden Grove going to the dogs

Yes, it will be a day for the dogs in the Hidden Grove this Sunday, April 7. Everyone is invited, but dog owners are especially encouraged to bring their canine pets -on leash to start, please.

The science of neutrinos

What is a neutrino? Where do they come from? Are they dangerous to life on earth? Dr.

On your marks, get set, go

It's springtime and kids are popping up outdoors like early blooms after the rainy season.

An open forum at St. Hilda's

An informal group of Coast residents have organized an opportunity to learn about the history and impact of the Canadian Indian residential school system. This Saturday, April 6 at 7 p.m. at St.

Salish Sea explorers get ready for summer fun

This summer will mark the third successful year of Sea to Sky Outdoor School's popular Salish Sea Explorers.

Canadian authors to visit the Coast

The Literary Committee of the Sunshine Coast Arts Council is bringing three exciting Canadian authors to the Coast this spring in its annual reading series.