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Banff festival on the Sunshine Coast next week offers peak filmmaking

Banff festival on the Sunshine Coast next week offers peak filmmaking

The Tetrahedron Outdoor Club is gearing up for the best-attended cultural event on the Sunshine Coast. The Banff Mountain Film Festival, hosted annually by the local nonprofit recreation organization, is expected to fill the Elphinstone Secondary School gymnasium on Friday, March 1 with as many as 750 audience members. 
Everything clicks for the Sunshine Coast's growing mahjong community

Everything clicks for the Sunshine Coast's growing mahjong community

A game invented in China and spread worldwide through multicultural influences is experiencing a surge of popularity on the Sunshine Coast. On Feb.
Outstanding debut for new Blues

Outstanding debut for new Blues

The Richmond Family Day Weekend Tournament witnessed an impressive debut from the Sunshine Coast Blues U7 team. Led by coaches Robert Beaupre, Callum Vaughn, Brandon Kohuch and Matt Kilner, the team showcased outstanding teamwork and sportsmanship.
Opinion: Enough with the grey-beige on the Sunshine Coast

Opinion: Enough with the grey-beige on the Sunshine Coast

Now in a world with some depressing forecasts for the future, you know what helps? Vibrant colour – and this Coast needs some. 
Art Beat: ‘Murder in a Small Town’ shoots at Molly’s Reach

Art Beat: ‘Murder in a Small Town’ shoots at Molly’s Reach

Also, 'Joan Baez: I am a Noise' coming up for film society and dancers participate in Chilliwack Festival of Music and Dance
Halfmoon Happenings: Students embarking on epic Read-a-thon

Halfmoon Happenings: Students embarking on epic Read-a-thon

Also, Area B director holds Coffee Shop at Coopers Green
Pender Harbour-Egmont Highlights: Celebrating the life of Betty Silvey

Pender Harbour-Egmont Highlights: Celebrating the life of Betty Silvey

Tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 24 is the Celebration of Life for Betty Silvey who was the heartbeat of the Egmont community. All her life Betty was the tireless volunteer for every good cause benefitting so many in the Egmont Community and beyond.
'A really good win for Mother Nature': B.C. man fined $250K for fishing in protected glass sponge reef refuge

'A really good win for Mother Nature': B.C. man fined $250K for fishing in protected glass sponge reef refuge

Dean Keitsch of Delta was sentenced on Jan. 31 for illegal prawn fishing near Sechelt in 2020.
Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

A Halfmoon Bay man pled guilty to the December 2020 incident where he shot a nine-month-old husky named Luna. The court heard that he mistook the dog for a coyote stalking his chickens.
Photos: Ocean plunge raises more than $4,800 for Sunshine Coast Special Olympics

Photos: Ocean plunge raises more than $4,800 for Sunshine Coast Special Olympics

Dozens of participants from several community organizations showed up for a frigid plunge into Trail Bay Wednesday afternoon.