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Unlikely parties join in fight against drugs

Universes collided last week at the Sechelt Nation Longhouse, combusting into a day filled with emotion, knowledge and hope.

Twelve torsos go to auction

An unusual show opens at La Cabana Gallery in Sechelt this week.

Principals recognize great givers

The Coast's principals and vice-principals recently recognized two committed men for their unprecedented and ongoing support of local schools.

MP on Coast to hear concerns

West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country MP Blair Wilson was on the Sunshine Coast this week to meet with constituents before heading back to Ottawa later this month.

Salvation Army hosts World Day of Prayer

This year the Salvation Army hosted the World Day of Prayer in Gibsons. Members of St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Bart's Anglican Church and Gibsons United Church also took part in the service.

Police seek public's help with ID

Sunshine Coast RCMP are hoping the release this week of photos of clothing recovered from Merry Island will help them identify the female victim.

Residents rage at safety forum

Speaker after speaker at the Highway 101 safety forum on Feb. 24 gave the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) representatives and RCMP an earful on the state of the Sunshine Coast's only highway.

Final draft given the thumbs up

Area A regional district director John Rees said it best Tuesday night - if you want to pack a room in Pender Harbour - put water on the agenda.

Loverock to perform at gala

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. for a gala concert. The gym at Elphinstone Secondary School will come alive with the sounds of some of the finest performers on the Sunshine Coast.

Trades program builds in more than one way

Jumpstarting their careers, a group of young aspiring trade workers are lending their hands to Habitat for Humanity.
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