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Sunshine Coast student filmmakers spin web of thrills, chills

Sunshine Coast student filmmakers spin web of thrills, chills

A film festival fuelled by students from School District 46’s ProjectSPIDER distance learning program presented strikingly original cinematic visions during an exclusive screening event on June 21.
Art Beat: Before the parade passes by – what's happening for Canada Day?

Art Beat: Before the parade passes by – what's happening for Canada Day?

Canada’s 157th birthday falls on Monday, July 1. In Sechelt, the day begins with pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. on Cowrie Street, courtesy of the Lions Club. The Sunshine Coast Orchestra performs at 9:30 a.m.
Halfmoon Happenings: Introducing your new columnist: Carly Bevan-Cormier

Halfmoon Happenings: Introducing your new columnist: Carly Bevan-Cormier

As I prepare to leave Halfmoon Bay, an initial concern of mine was finding someone to pass the writing baton to. I didn’t have to wait long before a young woman reached out asking if she could take it on.
Pender Harbour-Egmont Highlights: SCCSS offering Fresh Food Market on Thursdays

Pender Harbour-Egmont Highlights: SCCSS offering Fresh Food Market on Thursdays

Also, Living Heritage Society hosting Sarah Wray Hall anniversary party
Sechelt Skies: The planets are back, also, spotting the Milky Way, Scorpio and Sagittarius

Sechelt Skies: The planets are back, also, spotting the Milky Way, Scorpio and Sagittarius

And, the International Space Station has an impressive month for passes
Updated: What happened with the gas leak in Sechelt Thursday?

Updated: What happened with the gas leak in Sechelt Thursday?

A gas line was damaged at Sechelt Inlet Road and Slim Street, according to the RCMP.
Town of Gibsons names its new director of finance

Town of Gibsons names its new director of finance

Smithers transplant William Wallace, CPA, starts as Gibsons' director of finance on July 8, stepping into Lorraine Coughlin's shoes as the latter retires. 
shíshálh Nation ceremony honours residential school survivors with traditional regalia

shíshálh Nation ceremony honours residential school survivors with traditional regalia

syíyaya Reconciliation Movement partners with shíshálh Nation to honour their past
Lulu the ‘miracle’ dog found but sadly died just hours later

Lulu the ‘miracle’ dog found but sadly died just hours later

Lulu, the missing hairless Chinese crested dog wearing rainbow pajamas, whose story gripped a community, succumbed to dehydration and hypothermia just hours after being rescued.
Two dead, three injured in tragic West Vancouver crash

Two dead, three injured in tragic West Vancouver crash

Traffic along Highway 1 has reopened, but the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal is heavily congested due to an earlier roadway closure