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Sechelt’s operations centre costs go up

Sechelt’s operations centre costs go up

Spring start slated for project priced at over $3 million
B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

152 additional B.C. hospital beds now known to be occupied with people who have had COVID-19
‘Beachcombers’ actors reunite for 50th anniversary of filming

‘Beachcombers’ actors reunite for 50th anniversary of filming

Shooting of iconic Gibsons series began in September 1971
Elections Canada confirms Weiler wins West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country

Elections Canada confirms Weiler wins West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country

Liberal incumbent finishes with 21,470 ballots – a popular vote of 33.8%; Conservative challenger follows closely with 19,062 votes – 30% overall
B.C. records most COVID-19 infections in a day since August

B.C. records most COVID-19 infections in a day since August

Serious COVID-19 infections continue to clog hospitals, ICUs
Woven tray gifted at grand opening of expanded West Sechelt Elementary

Woven tray gifted at grand opening of expanded West Sechelt Elementary

Reopening of bigger school celebrated with song, ribbon cutting
Four COVID cases reported for second week in a row

Four COVID cases reported for second week in a row

Weekly case count for Sept. 12 to 18
UPDATED: Patrick Weiler projected to win riding

UPDATED: Patrick Weiler projected to win riding

6,000+ mail-in ballots still to be counted but Liberals confident
Not all SCRD facilities or activities require proof of vaccination

Not all SCRD facilities or activities require proof of vaccination

Some programs remain open to all
Gibsons pushes for answers on policing, watershed issues

Gibsons pushes for answers on policing, watershed issues

After virtual meetings held during the 2021 Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) convention, Gibsons received some news and secured more meetings on policing and community watershed issues. In a Sept.