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Simons has serious concerns with party leadership

Powell River-Sunshine Coast MLA Nicholas Simons said he was "outed" at a New Democratic Party (NDP) provincial council meeting last Saturday. Simons was one of 13 MLAs who did not wear a bright yellow scarf at the Nov.

Ground breaking set for RCMP building

Gibsons council will break ground for the new RCMP building next Wednesday morning (Nov. 24). In anticipation of that event, council passed a motion at its Tuesday, Nov.

Shelter beds open with drop in temperature

The freezing temperatures this week prompted the opening of the extreme weather emergency shelter on the Sunshine Coast.

RCMP offers new options for crime reporting

Sunshine Coast Crime Stoppers is partnering with Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers to offer a range of new options for reporting crimes anonymously.

Accessible housing guidelines ready but problems remain

For most, the daily routine of up-outta-bed, shower, work, shop and sleep gets done with only minor annoyances along the way.

Sechelt murder trial opens in Supreme Court

The second-degree murder trial of Philip Joe Jr. opened this week with witness accounts of the events of the night that culminated in the stabbing death of Philip's brother, Conrad Joe.

'Holy Crap is this ever good'

Sechelt couple tames the Dragons

MOTI rejects council's plan

No highway improvement will happen in Davis Bay, following the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI)'s rejection of Sechelt council's proposal for a modified project that would nix a contentious left turn bay at Highway 101 and Davis B

Five-year mystery continues for Sechelt family

In the hopes of ending a five-year-mystery, Sunshine Coast RCMP are appealing to the public to come forward with any information on the disappearance of Rhody Lake. The 80-year-old mother of three and grandmother of five went missing on Nov.

Logging protestors stop traffic on B&K

A group of Coast residents worried about Mount Elphinstone logging practices stopped 30 vehicles travelling up the B&K logging road Friday, Nov. 12, and presented their concerns.