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Brothers Park re-zoning welcomed

Rezoning of the area around Brothers Park in Gibsons to accommodate a proposed community centre appears to be a non-issue with the residents who will be most affected by the zoning changes.

District explores sewer upgrades

The District of Sechelt is investigating partnering with the private sector to help cover the estimated $60 million needed to upgrade Sechelt's sewer system over the next 20 years.

Suncoast receives national accreditation

Suncoast Diving has recently become an accredited National Geographic Dive Centre and are hosting the 25th anniversary of the magazine's 1980 photo-spread titled "British Columbia's Cold Emerald Sea" shot in the Strait of Georgia off our local coastl

Scholarships up for grabs

The British Columbia and Yukon Community News-paper Association (BCYCNA) will award some of the highest scholarship bursaries in British Columbia and Yukon again this year. Every high school graduating student in B.C.

CPAS presents conference

The ninth annual parent conference is coming to Elphinstone Secondary School on April 1 and 2 presented by Coastal Parents Actively Sharing (CPAS).

Clayton targets health care

B.C. Liberal Party members in the Powell River-Sunshine Coast riding have elected a candidate for the May 17 provincial election.

Coast branch holds poster contest

The Sunshine Coast Branch of the B.C. Schizophrenia Society is pleased to announce that the entry forms for the annual poster, poetry, prose and PSA video contest are now available at all secondary schools, as well as public libraries.

A resource centre for the whole community

Three incredible programs aimed at every age from infancy to adult have come together to form the Community Resource Centre in Sechelt.

Application submitted despite opposition

The District of Sechelt's application for a community forest license is drawing increasing criticism from other municipal governments and from citizens' groups.

Injuries not serious in accident

Sunshine Coast RCMP are still investigating a two-vehicle MVA that closed Hwy. 101 for more than six hours last Thursday (March 10). Just after 2:30 p.m.
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