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Committee meets with MoT

Since receiving a balmy one-and-a-half million dollars over three years to help solve safety concerns on Highway 101, representatives from the Ministry of Transportation (MoT) sat in on this week's transportation advisory committee.

Remarkable women

The Community Resource Centre in Sechelt is offering a new social and educational series that will become a resource lending library for groups and individuals to use after the initial presentation.

Wilson, Weston already sparring

Federal politicians in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding don't need an election to face off against each other.

GWS Tiger Moth lands in Gibsons

No the GWS Tiger Moth isn't a giant flying insect, it's a highly decorated piece of remote flying aviation history, according to Sam Jay. A veteran remote model airplane controller, Jay and his spouse Beverly Hudson represented B.C.

Back to the drawing boardÂ…again

The consultants working on the Gospel Rock neighbourhood plan are heading back to the drawing board as Gibsons residents, it appears, can't seem to make up their minds regarding the final direction for the Gospel Rock proposal.

Gibsons pioneers focus of talk

What did Gibsons look like in its early years? What role did women play in the town's development? Helen McCall's legacy of local photography and the role of the Howe Sound Women's Institute are the focus of a talk by Bee Jackson, curator of the Suns

Development to go to hearing

Councillors at Tuesday's planning committee meeting recommended the Pacific Spirit development go to public hearing, after seeing yet another draft of the five- and six-storey commercial/residential development planned for Sechelt's waterfront.

Telus at work to restore service

After a series of storms, phone service is being restored to residents of the Sunshine Coast. Telus hopes to have all the repairs completed by this weekend.

Residents rally for road safety

"The speed is the biggest problem. An extra second makes a big difference," said the mother of four girls, Dara Milligan, about traffic near her home in Elphinstone.

Weston campaigning after winning Tory vote

John Weston successfully held off a challenger on the weekend to claim the Conservative Party nomination in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding.