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Loads of family fun in store

The Spirit of B.C. Sunshine Coast community committee has a number of free, family-style events planned to celebrate Spirit Week Feb. 8 to 16. The opening ceremonies begin next Friday (Feb.

Community centre to open mid-March

The Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) is "99.99 per cent certain" they'll be opening the doors of Gibsons' new arena and community centre by March 15.

FAC heads bending ministry ears

Ferry advisory committees (FACs) across coastal B.C. are starting to find common ground with the Ministry of Transportation (MOT), after banding together to form a new advisory committee meant to relay ferry users' concerns straight to the ministry.

A great year anticipated

Driftwood Players, the Sunshine Coast's long time amateur theatre company, held a very successful AGM Jan. 17.

'It's the happiest day of my life:' Joe Taylor.

On Jan. 24 in a special and moving ceremony in Vancouver a 60-year wrong was finally made right.

Former Sechelt officer on trial for alleged sex crimes

A former Sechelt RCMP officer is on trial for charges of sexually assaulting a young male teenager.

Students encouraged to enter films

The provincial government together with the B.C. School Trustees Association and numerous film industry partners is introducing a new student film project and festival called Reel Vue.

Student liaison is about relationships and prevention

A lot of enthusiasm, a belief in the value of youth and that caring people working together make a difference all form the foundation of Sunshine Coast RCMP Const. Spencer Mylymok's role as youth liaison officer.

Make a child smile, take that lunch break

An hour a day can make a difference in a child's life, especially if it's spent having fun, making a friend and feeling valued.

Wilson hopes to resolve investigation soon

Embattled independent MP Blair Wilson said he hopes to see an outcome of an Elections Canada investigation soon. He said he has no plans to resign and is committed to working for his constituents.