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Coast SAR team uses ropes to save stranded dog

Coast SAR team uses ropes to save stranded dog

Racecar the dog went missing from Roberts Creek home on Wednesday
New ‘complex-care housing services’ coming to Sunshine Coast

New ‘complex-care housing services’ coming to Sunshine Coast

Program to target 25 people with overlapping needs related to mental health and substance use
West Van homeowners pay $6.6M in speculation, vacancy tax – 3rd highest in province

West Van homeowners pay $6.6M in speculation, vacancy tax – 3rd highest in province

Owners of just 142 West Van homes paid $6.58 million in the tax in 2021.
Mars: A world that might have been, now stripped by a solar wind

Mars: A world that might have been, now stripped by a solar wind

Also, see Mars's close approach and a lunar occulation
Feds commit $50,000 for Highway 101 active transportation study

Feds commit $50,000 for Highway 101 active transportation study

The study is to look at the 109 km segment of road between Sechelt and Lund.
Gumboot Nation: Give Black Friday a miss, it's the 53rd annual RCCA Christmas Craft Fair

Gumboot Nation: Give Black Friday a miss, it's the 53rd annual RCCA Christmas Craft Fair

Here's what's happening in the Creek!
Town of Gibsons is going down to one regular council meeting a month –  here's why

Town of Gibsons is going down to one regular council meeting a month – here's why

Gibsons Council passed three readings of revisions to the Procedures Bylaw that would see regular meetings reduced to once a month (rather than twice a month), eliminate a bylaw-set order of proceedings and limit delegations to one per meeting, among other amendments. 
Art Beat: A place for faith in climate crisis

Art Beat: A place for faith in climate crisis

The Green Forum series sponsored by St. Hilda’s Anglican Church will feature presenter Seth Klein, author of A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency, on Nov. 25 at 7 p.m.
Sechelt landfill contractor costs double

Sechelt landfill contractor costs double

Under the 10-year contract that expires this year, costs for 2022 were $377,000. A 12-month contract renewal with the same firm was approved at $783,596 as inflation on wages, fuel and other equipment costs see prices escalate.
B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

The group representing speech-language pathologists in B.C. says the government needs to increase funding for their profession to better support those in long-term care.
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