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Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Organizers point to tight timelines for raising money and a volunteer base as the reason for the festival not proceeding. They still hope to hold an event next year.
Coast Wide Food Bank Drive looking for a boost in last week of campaign

Coast Wide Food Bank Drive looking for a boost in last week of campaign

Just a few years ago, in 2021, the campaign raised more than $100,000. At the start of this week, this year's iteration had raised just $1,000.
Photos: Highlights of Pender Harbour's 79th May Day at the circus

Photos: Highlights of Pender Harbour's 79th May Day at the circus

“Circus” was the theme of the 79th Pender Harbour May Day celebration on May 18. The weather was great, attendance was impressive and the volunteer organizing committee and event sponsors astounded one and all with fun-filled day.
Letters: EFN needs more provincial attention

Letters: EFN needs more provincial attention

Editor: I watched the May 9 SCRD water update and was struck by the explanation of the EFN (Environmental Flow Need) water requirement situation, which Councillor Inkster had introduced to the discussion.
From Egmont to Redrooffs: Coaster treks 50 km to highlight transit desert

From Egmont to Redrooffs: Coaster treks 50 km to highlight transit desert

Highlighting transportation challenges on the Sunshine Coast, Chris Hergesheimer’s walk underscores the room for better access and infrastructure
Sunshine Coast Weather: Enjoy today's rays while you can

Sunshine Coast Weather: Enjoy today's rays while you can

Sun predicted today before the clouds and rain sweep back tomorrow
Potential operating costs, updated timeline for Lower Crown reservoir shared

Potential operating costs, updated timeline for Lower Crown reservoir shared

The shíshálh Nation’s proposed multi-million dollar lower crown water reservoir could have annual operating costs in the $1 million range.
Photos: shíshálh Nation welcomes families to Our House of Clans

Photos: shíshálh Nation welcomes families to Our House of Clans

Inside the newly opened Tsain-Ko development that features affordable housing for 34 families
Updated: Joe Smith Creek cutblock auction listed – ELF reinstates blockade

Updated: Joe Smith Creek cutblock auction listed – ELF reinstates blockade

The listing posted on the BC Bid website on May 13, states bids for rights to cut timber on the estimated 13 hectare site, on the slopes of Mt. Elphinstone, in the Roberts Creek area are to close June 4.
Sunshine Coast weather: A slight reprieve from rain

Sunshine Coast weather: A slight reprieve from rain

Environment Canada’s website states 29.6 millimetres (mm) fell and in there records that was almost double the highest amount of precipitation received in our area on the date of May 21 between 2008 and 2023.