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Here's what happened at Gibsons's short-term rental public hearing

Here's what happened at Gibsons's short-term rental public hearing

If adopted, the new residential guest accommodations bylaw would come into force with a ‘grace’ period to allow current STR operators to become familiar and into compliance with the new regulations.
reGEN project, Our Nation Heals, to launch this fall in Splatsin

reGEN project, Our Nation Heals, to launch this fall in Splatsin

reGEN media is facilitating a healing community-based initiative co-facilitated by former Kukpi7 Wayne Christian and Splatsin member – and Gibsons resident – Charlene SanJenko
Spot fire reported north of qathet region

Spot fire reported north of qathet region

Lightning strike results in small blaze in Southgate River area
Renowned Inuk artist Annie Aculiak dies

Renowned Inuk artist Annie Aculiak dies

Just days before, local officials gathered to recognize the long-time Sechelt resident’s lifetime achievements.
'Indecent act' reported near Secret Beach in Gibsons

'Indecent act' reported near Secret Beach in Gibsons

Sunshine Coast RCMP were contacted regarding a male, who was observed committing an 'indecent act' while watching some females at a Gibsons area beach.
'I knew I wanted to work in nature': Meet the Community Forest's first summer student

'I knew I wanted to work in nature': Meet the Community Forest's first summer student

Beyond providing support to the company’s foresters, Michelle Wells has spearheaded Sunshine Coast Community Forest's community engagement activities.
What’s a rain garden and how do they help salmon? Find out July 6

What’s a rain garden and how do they help salmon? Find out July 6

Rain Gardens and Salmon is July 6, 7 to 9 p.m. at Davis Bay Hall.
Letters: Why is Gibsons still considering the Stonehurst proposal?

Letters: Why is Gibsons still considering the Stonehurst proposal?

This Gibsons family has recorded the weather for more than 60 years

This Gibsons family has recorded the weather for more than 60 years

The Co-operative Climate Network has volunteers at 354 observation stations across the country. For Fran Heppel in Gibsons, her love of recording the weather started when was in Grade 4. For the past 60 years, her family has recorded rainfall and temperature twice a day from their home on Gower Point Road.
Elphinstone students compete at provincials for track and field

Elphinstone students compete at provincials for track and field

Elphinstone Secondary School students competed at provincials in Langley earlier this month.