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Note to readers: Coast Reporter delivery delayed, Gambier papers at New Brighton

Note to readers: Coast Reporter delivery delayed, Gambier papers at New Brighton

Due to the snow, delivery of the Dec. 2 edition of the Coast Reporter will be late in most areas of the Coast. We apologize for the delay and will keep you updated.
Friday afternoon and evening Bowen ferry sailings cancelled

Friday afternoon and evening Bowen ferry sailings cancelled

The 2:55 pm BC Ferries sailing will be the last to leave Bowen today
Gumboot Nation: Food banks, choirs and dancing with danger

Gumboot Nation: Food banks, choirs and dancing with danger

Deciding where to put your holiday donation dollars
Sunshine Coast markets and festivals you need to know the first week of December

Sunshine Coast markets and festivals you need to know the first week of December

The holiday season is looming and our local artisans and crafters are busy at many local fairs. Here are some of the fairs and markets you need to know about this week.
Birders who trekked across Canada touch down on Point Zero, take a break in Sechelt

Birders who trekked across Canada touch down on Point Zero, take a break in Sechelt

Sonya Richmond and Sean Morton are in Sechelt after hiking across Canada under the banners of #Hike4birds and Come Walk With Us. They start their second leg, to Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., in the spring
Delayed start to school Friday morning on the Sunshine Coast

Delayed start to school Friday morning on the Sunshine Coast

More snow is in store for the Coast
Keeping the Light: The Merry Island lighthouse has been keeping mariners safe since 1903

Keeping the Light: The Merry Island lighthouse has been keeping mariners safe since 1903

The Merry Island Lighthouse is one of 27 lighthouses in B.C. that are still staffed—24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
B.C. snowstorm spiked ICBC accident claims by 150%

B.C. snowstorm spiked ICBC accident claims by 150%

In the nine days before the snowstorm, ICBC recorded, on average, 1,419 claims.
Sunshine Coast girls teams nab bronze medal, fourth place finish at Winter Classic

Sunshine Coast girls teams nab bronze medal, fourth place finish at Winter Classic

Sunshine Coast’s two arenas saw plenty of action last weekend for the season’s first local tournament, organized by the Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey Association.
B.C. designated drivers get free coffee during police blitz

B.C. designated drivers get free coffee during police blitz

Police forces across B.C. are stepping up road checks in an effort to catch impaired drivers around the holiday season. Designated drivers, meanwhile, will be offered free coffee vouchers.
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