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Sechelt council considers approving 11 new positions

Sechelt council considers approving 11 new positions

Eight full-time and three part-time positions requested by staff for 2021
Sechelt’s 23% sewer fee increase could be lowered by gas tax funds

Sechelt’s 23% sewer fee increase could be lowered by gas tax funds

Without $27 gas tax offset, fees will rise from $494 to $607
B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

Number of cases of the Brazilian variant P.1 are exploding.
Thieves abandon truck in botched Horseshoe Bay smash and grab

Thieves abandon truck in botched Horseshoe Bay smash and grab

West Vancouver police say one suspect is in custody, two more are on the loose
B.C. sets record for new COVID-19 cases on April 2, and again April 3

B.C. sets record for new COVID-19 cases on April 2, and again April 3

Province also sets records for new daily vaccinations in past two days.
Seven COVID cases on Sunshine Coast last week

Seven COVID cases on Sunshine Coast last week

Highest case count since January
New COVID-19 cases remain elevated, as B.C. reports five new deaths

New COVID-19 cases remain elevated, as B.C. reports five new deaths

Number of people vaccinated at least once in B.C. passes 700,000.
Sechelt plays on postal code confusion for April Fool’s prank

Sechelt plays on postal code confusion for April Fool’s prank

Real estate agent attempts ‘trash bridge’ gag
Restaurants brace for ‘circuit breaker’ impacts as tourist season approaches

Restaurants brace for ‘circuit breaker’ impacts as tourist season approaches

Indoor service at eateries, pubs, bars prohibited until April 19
Keto the cat recovering after losing eye in pellet gun shooting

Keto the cat recovering after losing eye in pellet gun shooting

An eight-month-old cat named Keto is recovering in a foster home on the Sunshine Coast after he was shot with a pellet gun.