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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
Gibsons marine SAR invites Taylor Swift for a ride-along

Gibsons marine SAR invites Taylor Swift for a ride-along

When Taylor Swift visits Vancouver Dec. 6 to 8 for three sold-out shows at BC Place, she’ll need to work in one more date into her schedule: training with a Gibsons marine search and rescue group.
Updated: It's a boat? It's a plane? It's a new possible Squamish-based electric ferry

Updated: It's a boat? It's a plane? It's a new possible Squamish-based electric ferry

The District of Squamish says it is 'excited' about this possibility. 
Updated: Despite mixed messages, Langdale parking fees not increasing

Updated: Despite mixed messages, Langdale parking fees not increasing

Egmont Heritage Centre reopens with beer garden and food trucks

Egmont Heritage Centre reopens with beer garden and food trucks

The grand re-opening of the Egmont Heritage Centre takes place this weekend from June 28 to 30, with a beer garden, food trucks, the work of local artisans and even the chance to have a massage.
This SCRD contractor earned more than its CAO last year

This SCRD contractor earned more than its CAO last year

Mark Brown, former interim CAO of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, received $286,139 in contract payments according to that entity’s 2023 annual report.
Letters: Why municipal taxes have risen so much

Letters: Why municipal taxes have risen so much

'The biggest reason is asset management. A lot of the infrastructure associated with communities’ growth in the mid-20th century is reaching end of life. Water mains, sewer mains, treatment plants, roads etc. need replacing. (I would almost scratch “roads” because we need to accustom ourselves to lower standards due to limited funds and greater costs.) Meanwhile, there was little asset management planning until about 15 years ago, so we’re also saving money for future replacements.'
Sunshine Coast traffic blitz results in numerous tickets, prohibitions

Sunshine Coast traffic blitz results in numerous tickets, prohibitions

A recent traffic blitz on the Sunshine Coast resulted in 12 impaired drivers (drug and alcohol) being taken off the road through immediate roadside prohibitions, multiple speeding and excessive speed tickets, the arrest of several prohibited drivers, and a multitude of other traffic violation tickets.
RCMP looking for witnesses in three possibly related incidents in Sechelt

RCMP looking for witnesses in three possibly related incidents in Sechelt

RCMP are looking for witnesses in three incidents, which could possibly be related.
Sechelt approves TUP for public campground near Porpoise Bay

Sechelt approves TUP for public campground near Porpoise Bay

New Tsain-Ko campground to open this summer on the Sunshine Coast