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BC Cannabis store will open in Sechelt on 4/20

BC Cannabis store will open in Sechelt on 4/20

Cannabis counterculture on the Sunshine Coast may unofficially come to and end in two weeks time, with the announcement that a BC Cannabis store will be opening its doors on 4/20.
Sea Cavalcade put on ice

Sea Cavalcade put on ice

Hopes for the return of Gibsons’ largest summertime celebration will have to be pushed to 2022. In an email to volunteers and board members, organizer Phill Murray announced Sea Cavalcade would be cancelled this year.
Chamber pushes Simons on housing, highways at AGM

Chamber pushes Simons on housing, highways at AGM

Nicholas Simons, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, was pressed on how his government will address housing and the highway on the Sunshine Coast as guest speaker at the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce AGM.
Gibsons United Church says goodbye

Gibsons United Church says goodbye

Last service to be held virtually on April 11
Staff confirm developer authorized to cut trees at Gospel Rock

Staff confirm developer authorized to cut trees at Gospel Rock

Gibsons staff have further clarified tree cutting that occurred at Block 7 as part of the Gospel Rock development was authorized by the town. Staff made the clarification in response to questions posed by Coun.
B.C. has record number of ICU patients with COVID-19, as hospitalizations rise

B.C. has record number of ICU patients with COVID-19, as hospitalizations rise

Number of those actively battling infections is at highest level this year.
B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

Three more people died from the virus overnight, raising B.C.'s death toll from COVID-19 to 1,489.
Sunshine Coast COVID Physician Task Force Community Update 48

Sunshine Coast COVID Physician Task Force Community Update 48

April 5, 2021 Dear Fellow Sunshine Coast Residents: Spring has always been a time of hope and new beginnings, and the last few days of cool, crisp, sunny weather have only reinforced these feelings.
Sunshine Coast SAR rescue injured mountain biker

Sunshine Coast SAR rescue injured mountain biker

Search and rescue volunteer also injured near Porpoise Bay Provincial Park
Halfmoon Bay man fined $2,300 at ‘freedom rally’

Halfmoon Bay man fined $2,300 at ‘freedom rally’

Nelson police identify ‘several key organizers’ in event