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Thieves drill into gas tanks in Pender Harbour

Thieves drill into gas tanks in Pender Harbour

Sunshine Coast RCMP reported the following for Sept. 20 to 27: • Between Sept. 23 and 25, a suspect stole gasoline from vehicles parked on Sakinaw Lake Road near Highway 101, Pender Harbour, by drilling into the gas tanks.
B.C. has 11 COVID-19 deaths in past day

B.C. has 11 COVID-19 deaths in past day

COVID-19 hospitalizations at 19-week high.
B.C. hospital occupancy remains far below pre-pandemic times

B.C. hospital occupancy remains far below pre-pandemic times

77.1% of B.C. hospitals beds are filled. Pre-pandemic, occupancy exceeded 100%.
More than 500 attend electric vehicle festival

More than 500 attend electric vehicle festival

A record number of spectators, estimated at around 500 by event organizers, took advantage of sunny skies and warm temperatures to visit the sixth Sechelt Electric Vehicle (EV) Festival held Sept. 25.
Sunshine Coast COVID Physician Task Force Community Update 57

Sunshine Coast COVID Physician Task Force Community Update 57

Dear Fellow Sunshine Coast Residents: SEPT. 24 – We wish to extend our deepest condolences to members of the Sechelt Nation, who are mourning the loss of an elder due to COVID-19.
Sechelt explores residential grey water reuse

Sechelt explores residential grey water reuse

Public consultation to precede any changes
Gibsons briefs: Parkland zoning changes referred to public hearing

Gibsons briefs: Parkland zoning changes referred to public hearing

A bylaw that would increase the approved density of the Parkland subdivision but by fewer units than in the original rezoning proposal was referred to an Oct. 5 public hearing
COVID-19 kills 18 more in B.C.

COVID-19 kills 18 more in B.C.

Death toll from pandemic in the province rises to 1,940
Sechelt’s operations centre costs go up

Sechelt’s operations centre costs go up

Spring start slated for project priced at over $3 million
B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

B.C. reveals full extent of COVID-19 hospitalizations

152 additional B.C. hospital beds now known to be occupied with people who have had COVID-19