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Community speaks for salmon and more

More than 70 people turned up at the Sechelt Legion March 5 to hear a short presentation about salmon protection and spent considerably more time talking about habitat concerns, lack of provincial will for ecological protection and how much the commu

Rec centre opening delayed

Rec centre users will have to wait a few more weeks to strap on their skates in Gibsons.

A day of sharing and caring

Saturday March 8 was International Women's day and communities were treated to a double celebration at Roberts Creek Hall. First off was a potluck dinner and entertainment line-up hosted by the Sunshine Coast Labour Council.

Planners seek $215,000 for Vision Plan

The Vision Plan is a big commitment for the District of Sechelt, and council will soon be faced with putting their money where the mouths are.

SLRP shakes up community forest program

After a protest at the District of Sechelt municipal hall and a blockade set up near Field Road on Monday morning, the community forest has cancelled a juvenile tree spacing program on a block partially within the Chapman Creek watershed.

Looking out for each other

Sometimes words aren't adequate in describing something. Saying that Sunshine Coast RCMP Const. Roi Moore is passionately proud of the work done by Citizens on Patrol (COP) is like that. "Everyone is interested in community safety," said Moore.

Don't wait for 2010 to engage in Olympics

Editor's note: This is part one of a two-part series looking at the Fine Motor Olympics program currently being offered on the Sunshine Coast. Part two will appear in the March 14 edition of Coast Reporter.

Hail the trails

Capilano College mountain bike operations students are hosting the hail the trails event, a series of three trail maintenance days, and are looking for support from the community. Event days are Sunday, March 16 at 10 a.m.

Highway 101 to get upgrades

Highway 101 upgrades are being planned for the Gibsons area after the Ministry of Transportation approved $900,000 for several initiatives.

Pamojo means together

Multicultural is a very Canadian concept. Aboriginals, British, Thai, French, African - all have come together in this country.