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Creek bus stops closed due to highway improvements

Creek bus stops closed due to highway improvements

Two bus stops in Roberts Creek are no longer accessible because of ongoing road improvements to Highway 101.
Upgrading fire sprinklers at Sechelt Aquatic Centre will cost $800,000

Upgrading fire sprinklers at Sechelt Aquatic Centre will cost $800,000

SCRD staff advised elected officials that “we do not really have a choice, we must install a new system to keep the facility open."
No further action needed after ransomware attack on SCRD: report

No further action needed after ransomware attack on SCRD: report

Sunshine Coast Regional District has not paid a ransom following the September cybersecurity incident
B.C.'s COVID-19 ICU patient count hits 16-week high

B.C.'s COVID-19 ICU patient count hits 16-week high

New presumed COVID-19 deaths in the province declined to 21, from 30 one week ago
What does Restorative Justice mean on the Sunshine Coast?

What does Restorative Justice mean on the Sunshine Coast?

A Q&A with the local program’s coordinator, Jan Smalley 
Opinion: A 1950s Sḵwx̱wú7mesh totem pole returns to my family

Opinion: A 1950s Sḵwx̱wú7mesh totem pole returns to my family

'With the family's help, we raised enough money to purchase the pole and have it returned home.'
No survivors found after float plane crashes with three on board north of Port Hardy

No survivors found after float plane crashes with three on board north of Port Hardy

The plane is presumed to have sunk, said B.C. RCMP spokesman Cpl. Alex Berube. RCMP teams are working locate the aircraft.
BC Ferries Langdale sailings get a delayed start Nov. 24

BC Ferries Langdale sailings get a delayed start Nov. 24

The first BC Ferry (BCF) sailing from Langdale on Nov. 24 was delayed by over an hour due to a crew shortage. The corporation's website showed that vessel left for Horseshoe Bay at 7:30am. 
Avian flu leads to B.C. turkey shortage ahead of Christmas

Avian flu leads to B.C. turkey shortage ahead of Christmas

A 20% shortfall among B.C. turkey producers is expected to last through Christmas, says the BC Poultry Association.
The rain is helping: Chapman Creek meets water use demands

The rain is helping: Chapman Creek meets water use demands

Plans in place to monitor the effect of freezing temperatures on available water supply to ensure that other sources can be brought online should they be necessary
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