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Pender Harbour's Katherine Lake campground is opening June 7

Pender Harbour's Katherine Lake campground is opening June 7

A permanent fix to the sinkhole-afflicted road to come in the fall
Aging levels off, single family homes still dominate: Sunshine Coast Vital Signs report released

Aging levels off, single family homes still dominate: Sunshine Coast Vital Signs report released

Adults 35-44 now second fastest growing demographic
Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Multi-agency effort leads to successful rope rescue in steep terrain
Opinion: Remembering the price of freedom – D-Day

Opinion: Remembering the price of freedom – D-Day

'He recalls that at 7:35 a.m. the landings began in his sector called Nan Green Beach at Courseulles-Sur-Mer and the roar of battle was deafening.'
'A spark that leads to greater things': SCRD climate change action plan endorsed

'A spark that leads to greater things': SCRD climate change action plan endorsed

In the same week the United Nations secretary general António Guterres declared the world at “a moment of truth” regarding climate change, Sunshine Coast elected officials unanimously recommended adoption of its Community Climate Action Plan.
Chapman snowpack melts early

Chapman snowpack melts early

Stage 2 water restrictions expected in coming weeks
Updated: Granthams’ water plant issues continue for neighbours

Updated: Granthams’ water plant issues continue for neighbours

A May 27 announcement that a temporary chemical storage unit will be added at the Sunshine Coast Regional District’s water facility at Elphinstone Avenue and Fisher Road prompted a half dozen residents to send in lists of concerns.
Accessible playground for Davis Bay Elementary means ‘fun’ for all

Accessible playground for Davis Bay Elementary means ‘fun’ for all

A new accessible playground approved for Davis Bay Elementary School in Sechelt, is just one of 26 new playgrounds destined for 26 school districts across B.C., with funding provided by the NDP government.
Sechelt's 86-unit townhouse development on McCourt Road advances

Sechelt's 86-unit townhouse development on McCourt Road advances

Initial approval given to development with innovative water conservation measures
Booze to be allowed in Horseshoe Bay, Whytecliff parks

Booze to be allowed in Horseshoe Bay, Whytecliff parks

Coun. Linda Watt said it’s time people in the western areas of the municipality enjoyed the same ability to imbibe in parks as those in the eastern neighbourhoods