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Creek Daze this Saturday

On Saturday the Roberts Creek community celebrates Creek Daze, and the whole Coast is invited. Music, vendors, games and prizes all take place at the Roberts Creek pier starting at noon. Activities are free and fun for the whole family.

Teachers prepare for strike vote

School will start on schedule in September, but later in the month teachers will vote on whether to authorize a strike.

Family loses everything in house fire

Cara and Mike Steward and their two preschool children lost everything but the clothes they were wearing when their West Porpoise Bay home burned down Aug. 23.

Man dies in diving accident

A man is dead after a diving accident in Sechelt Inlet Thursday afternoon.B.C. Ambulance paramedics met a red Zodiac transporting the stricken man at the Porpoise Bay dock just before noon and brought him to St. Mary's Hospital.

PPA seeks MOU with SIB

Pan Pacific Aggregates and the Sechelt Indian Band council have been drafting a memorandum of understanding to establish the terms of a relationship and a working partnership between the two parties. As of Aug.

Family grateful for home

Vanessa McLean promised her sons Sam and Matthew Jackson they would have a home of their own someday.After many years of ups and downs, and thanks to Habitat for Humanity, McLean has finally made good on her promise.

Camp celebrates: 80 years young

Camp Sunrise is celebrating 80 years of fun, friendship and fellowship this month at the Christian campground that has hosted thousands of youth, adults and seniors from around B.C. since it opened in 1925.

One book on the Coast

Be at the front of the line for this year's hottest read. Gibsons and District Public Library announces the launch of its first Coast-wide book club, One Book on the Coast, with Andrew Pyper's The Wildfire Season.

New music program offered on the Coast

What could 24,000 students, 800 teachers, three continents and 25 years be all about? Music for Young Children (MYC), established in 1980 in Ontario, has arrived on the Coast.

Former administrator wins dismissal suit

Tess Orlando, the former top health administrator for the Sunshine Coast and Powell River, has won a wrongful dismissal lawsuit against the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority. In B.C. Supreme Court July 22, Justice J.D.