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Horseshoe Bay EV charging station inflicts $6K worth of car damages

Horseshoe Bay EV charging station inflicts $6K worth of car damages

A number of people have had their cars towed after attempting to charge it at this faulty charging port.
Mobile mammography services visiting Sunshine Coast in December

Mobile mammography services visiting Sunshine Coast in December

Sechelt Hospital Foundation and Vancouver Coastal Health are welcoming BC Cancer’s Mobile Mammography Unit to Sechelt from Dec. 6 to 9.
Man nets $18K fine for prawn fishing in Howe Sound glass sponge reef area

Man nets $18K fine for prawn fishing in Howe Sound glass sponge reef area

Flouting rules for recreational fishing can result in environmental damage, judge says
Creek bus stops reopened after highway improvements

Creek bus stops reopened after highway improvements

Two bus stops in Roberts Creek are now accessible following road improvements to Highway 101.
Pop-up art to enliven downtown square during Sechelt's Festival of Lights

Pop-up art to enliven downtown square during Sechelt's Festival of Lights

Amplify Space public art project is coming to Sechelt
Watch: Decaying whales are 'islands of food' for aquatic organisms

Watch: Decaying whales are 'islands of food' for aquatic organisms

"There are whole food webs that have evolved around these whale carcasses in deep water."
Letters: Canada's embarrassing performance in the Climate Change Performance Index

Letters: Canada's embarrassing performance in the Climate Change Performance Index

'Once again, Canada scores near the bottom among the 60 countries that the Climate Change Performance Index ranks for their performance in addressing climate change.'
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.
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