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Letters: The logging costs far outweigh the benefits

Letters: The logging costs far outweigh the benefits

'Timber revenues from logging pale in comparison to the $9 million and counting for road repairs that the taxpayer is on the hook for'  
Local dancers sell cookies and rake in dough

Local dancers sell cookies and rake in dough

The annual Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign in cooperation with the Sunshine Coast Youth Dance Association this month broke all previous sales records in support of community dance.
SCRD board gets a pay increase and extra meetings approved

SCRD board gets a pay increase and extra meetings approved

SCRD briefs for the Nov. 24 board meeting: Cost-of-living adjustments will bump up the pay provided to Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) area directors annually starting Jan. 1 of next year.
GoFundMe set up for family of local man killed in Port Hardy float plane crash

GoFundMe set up for family of local man killed in Port Hardy float plane crash

There's been an outpouring of support and grief on social media this week as news broke that a local man was among three deceased in a plane crash near Port Hardy last week.
Woman assaulted in Sechelt Nov. 19, four people facing aggravated assault charges

Woman assaulted in Sechelt Nov. 19, four people facing aggravated assault charges

Sunshine Coast RCMP confirmed that four Sechelt residents have been arrested and are facing charges of aggravated assault with a weapon related to an attack on a female that occurred in that municipality on Nov 19, at about 10:30pm.
No, Eastlink isn't eliminating your DCCnet.com address

No, Eastlink isn't eliminating your DCCnet.com address

People using dccnet.com addresses will not be impacted by a phase out of certain email services Eastlink confirms amid rumours that the addresses would become inaccessible in early 2023.
Threads of power run through woven art at Gibsons Public Art Gallery exhibit

Threads of power run through woven art at Gibsons Public Art Gallery exhibit

Intersecting themes of freedom and authority are spliced into intricate paper tapestries in a new exhibition by Istanbul-born artist Damla Tamer in her first solo show on the Sunshine Coast.
Elphinstone Chronicles: The healthy history of regenerative agriculture in Elphinstone

Elphinstone Chronicles: The healthy history of regenerative agriculture in Elphinstone

And why we – desperately – need to bring it back
Letters: Commercial traffic key to ferry overloads on the Coast

Letters: Commercial traffic key to ferry overloads on the Coast

'On an average sailing, the commercial vehicles were displacing the car traffic by three cars per truck. On several sailings in both directions, the displacement was as high as 70 cars. The committee recommended that most of the commercial traffic could be re-routed from the barge loading ramp at Lynnterm Terminals through Burrard Inlet to Peninsula Transport in the Port Mellon area, alleviating the commercial traffic from the upper levels Highway and congestion at Horseshoe Bay.'
Missing kayaker found dead near Gibsons

Missing kayaker found dead near Gibsons

Intensive all-night search involved the Canadian Coast Guard and three search and rescue units.
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