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A day to remember

The Community Resource Centre in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Prevention of Violence Against Women Co-ordinating Committee is holding a candlelight vigil to remember the 14 young female students who were murdered at L'Ecole Polytechnique in Mo

Capilano Highways plays catch-up with winter

With the first dose of winter on the Coast hitting the roads and highways on Monday, some residents are questioning the quality of highway maintenance being provided by Capilano Highway Services.

Public pressure leads to revised meeting

Gibsons is abuzz with talk about an upcoming meeting for Target Developments' Shoal Bay development on Gower Point Road - and the sheer number of inquiries the Town has received has led them to cancel the public hearing scheduled for Dec.

Investigation hinging on absent consultant

As the District of Sechelt investigation into blasting practices at Trail Bay Estates (TBE) gets underway, the blasting consultant brought in to oversee operations is emerging as the central character.

Family still searching for answers

Nov. 27 marked two years since 80-year-old Rhody Lake went missing from her Sandy Hook home.

Telltale signs of quality

Editor's note: This week Coast Reporter presents part two of a three-part series looking at the Asian influence on artists on the Sunshine Coast.

Networking opportunities abound

Sechelt Indian Band (SIB) is continuing its search for networking opportunities with the Sunshine Coast business community.

Davis Bay divided on recovery house

VisionQuest is attracting a lot of interest in a proposed recovery house in Davis Bay. A standing-room-only crowd packed the Davis Bay Hall on Tuesday night for an information meeting hosted by the VisionQuest Society.

Dakota trail work OK, says ministry

The results of a recent investigation by the Ministry of Forests into trail-building practices at the Dakota Ridge Winter Recreation Area found the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) didn't violate forest standards, but could have done some thin

Good start for highway group

More than 30 people from up and down the Coast attended the first meeting of a Highway 101 accident prevention initiative Monday night in Davis Bay.
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