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It's time to vote in the 2022 Sunshine Coast People's Choice Awards! Here's how

It's time to vote in the 2022 Sunshine Coast People's Choice Awards! Here's how

It's time. Let's celebrate our marvellous local businesses in this year's 2022 Sunshine Coast People's Choice Awards.
Harbour-Egmont Highlights: Happy Canada Day

Harbour-Egmont Highlights: Happy Canada Day

Madeira Market returns July 2; FibreWorks has a new exhibit; and Mark Petersen, Enns of the Earth and Westerley Acappella Group perform at the School of Music Coffee House next weekend.
Reels to memory cards: Coast community TV manager retires after 50 years in the industry

Reels to memory cards: Coast community TV manager retires after 50 years in the industry

Starting as a high school student sneaking away to work on the Beachcombers, Sunshine Coast-raised Steve Sleep would go on to teach generations of high school students the ins and outs of community television. Now, the longtime community TV manager is stepping back from his role – but not necessarily his community.
Here's what happening on Canada Day in Sechelt

Here's what happening on Canada Day in Sechelt

Friday, July 1 marks 155 years since Canada’s confederation and the last day of the first syíyaya Days in Sechelt. Pack your sunscreen and your smile for fun events in downtown Sechelt.
COVID-19 cases, deaths down from previous week

COVID-19 cases, deaths down from previous week

COVID-19 case counts showing typical summer decline.
Gibsons gets a new chief building official: Council briefs

Gibsons gets a new chief building official: Council briefs

Also, councillors urge Gibsons residents to speak up the highway bypass study.
How love won at the Sechelt Library drag queen storytime last week

How love won at the Sechelt Library drag queen storytime last week

Crowds of supporters showed up outside the Sechelt Library last Thursday and Saturday to support drag queen storytime.
Massive waits as BC Ferries cancels sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay Thursday

Massive waits as BC Ferries cancels sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay Thursday

BC Ferries is urging customers who had plans to travel to reschedule as eight sailings have been cancelled Thursday (June 30).
More Coast overdose incidents connected with recent 'bad dope' warning

More Coast overdose incidents connected with recent 'bad dope' warning

A warning about a crack cocaine-like substance that contained benzos and fentanyl was issued June 22 on the Sunshine Coast. Local physician links use to a higher rate of overdoses but no deaths.
Ferry fares discounted on select Powell River/Texada and Saltery Bay/Earls Cove routes

Ferry fares discounted on select Powell River/Texada and Saltery Bay/Earls Cove routes

BC Ferries offering savings on less busy sailings