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Letters: The return of two lost wallets and faith in humanity

Letters: The return of two lost wallets and faith in humanity

'Both wallets contained all our credit cards, DLs and identification. It was a quiet but quick drive back to Halfmoon Bay, both in deep thought of how we would manage. Our eyes began searching every foot of the four-kilometre gravel road when Simone’s phone rang.'
Sechelt cracks down on 'unauthorized' use of vacant property with proposed bylaw

Sechelt cracks down on 'unauthorized' use of vacant property with proposed bylaw

The bylaw would prohibit 'a vacant property or vacant building to be unsecure to allow unauthorized access, occupation, use, vandalism, unlawful activity or fire hazard'
National comedy tour 'They're going places' makes a stop in Gibsons

National comedy tour 'They're going places' makes a stop in Gibsons

They’re Going Places features prolific comedians Abbas Wahab, Moe Ismail, and Jesse Singh. The threesome began their tour on Nov. 4 in St John’s, Newfoundland and plan to visit more than a dozen Canadian cities over the next three months. 
Just Ask Angie: Can the resource centre help apply for Person with Disabilities status?

Just Ask Angie: Can the resource centre help apply for Person with Disabilities status?

The Resource Centre’s Legal Advocate, Ken Carson, supports clients who have a Person with Disabilities (PWD) designation or who wish to apply.
BC Ferries indicates piloted Texada stop will not be reinstated

BC Ferries indicates piloted Texada stop will not be reinstated

Triangle ferry route axed between Little River, Blubber Bay and Westview terminals
Coast Art Beat: Choral evensong and consort of viols in Gibsons Nov. 20

Coast Art Beat: Choral evensong and consort of viols in Gibsons Nov. 20

For the first time on the Coast, voices will be accompanied by a consort of viols for the service. These six-stringed, fretted instruments were widespread during the Renaissance period but faded when their intimate sound was overshadowed by the growing violin family.
Art Beat: Film society showing Sound of Metal and geneology club is unknotting ties that bind

Art Beat: Film society showing Sound of Metal and geneology club is unknotting ties that bind

The Sunshine Coast Genealogy Club is encouraging the public to dig up its own roots during an upcoming open house at the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives on Nov. 19.
Sunshine Coast state of emergency ends

Sunshine Coast state of emergency ends

Stage 4 water restrictions remain in place for Chapman water system users
U15A Blues run the table at Vancouver Island tournament

U15A Blues run the table at Vancouver Island tournament

Coast hockey team returns with gold after Remembrance Day weekend
Removal of Sunshine Coast fish farms part of a ‘domino effect’ scientists say

Removal of Sunshine Coast fish farms part of a ‘domino effect’ scientists say

The shíshálh Nation’s announcement this week that fish farms in its swiya are closing reached the House of Commons as questions were raised over where federal open net farming transition plans are at.
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