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Breaks from the heat available at air-conditioned SCRD facilities

Breaks from the heat available at air-conditioned SCRD facilities

Air-conditioned spaces will be available to the public at regional recreation facilities as the hottest days of this year are anticipated to be on their way to our area, according to Environment Canada.
Letters: It’s becoming unaffordable in Gibsons

Letters: It’s becoming unaffordable in Gibsons

'According to the latest annual report from the Town of Gibsons, the ratepayers are currently servicing a total debt of around $9M which accounts for 4 per cent of the annual budget.'
BC Ferries workshop shows need for improved service and reservation system

BC Ferries workshop shows need for improved service and reservation system

Service improvements and a revamping of the reservation system, topped the list of priorities requested by participants of a recent workshop hosted by BC Ferries.
Sechelt mayor responds to governance audit, acknowledges need for reset

Sechelt mayor responds to governance audit, acknowledges need for reset

‘I pledge to find new ways to do more for our community, and better collaboration with each of you, as well as with our CAO Andrew Yeates,’ says Mayor John Henderson
Reconciliation Pole unveiling scheduled

Reconciliation Pole unveiling scheduled

Master Carver ?antuni Tony Paul's final work commemorated during the unveiling of the Reconciliation Pole on July 6.
Sunshine Coast SAR responds to Canada Day callout to Smuggler Cove

Sunshine Coast SAR responds to Canada Day callout to Smuggler Cove

Search and Rescue volunteers, aided by local fire fighters and a water taxi service, provide prompt assistance to an injured swimmer
New Tasting Passport includes guided food tours of Sunshine Coast

New Tasting Passport includes guided food tours of Sunshine Coast

A new Tasting Passport app allows users to created their own self-guided food tour of regions across B.C., including the Sunshine Coast.
Spy-hopping whales caught on camera in Porpoise Bay June 29

Spy-hopping whales caught on camera in Porpoise Bay June 29

Photographer Ken McCann was in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park in Sechelt Inlet, Saturday, June 29 when this pod of between four and five orcas made an appearance beyond Poise Island.
Stage 2 water restrictions start Friday for Chapman, Eastbourne systems

Stage 2 water restrictions start Friday for Chapman, Eastbourne systems

At Stage 2, lawn watering is prohibited.
Victim of ‘leaky condo era’: What’s next for Sechelt municipal hall?

Victim of ‘leaky condo era’: What’s next for Sechelt municipal hall?

Proposed repairs offer ‘significant benefit for preventive rather than reactionary measures’ says project engineer.