Coast Beat podcast: Tales of the unexpected, water and Victory Suites

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Coast Beat Ep. 99:

This week, John, Sean and Sophie share tales of the strange and unexpected.

We also pick up where we left off last episode – with the debate over the Sunshine Coast Regional District’s water strategy. This time the potential impact on a provincial park.

And we hear about the campaign to get Sunshine Coasters to create “Victory Suites” to tackle the rental shortage.

Show Notes:

John Gleeson’s column on why he believes in sea serpents
http://www.coastreporter.net/opinion/editorial/why-i-believe-in-sea-serpents-1.23290438

Our front page story on the consultations around changing the status or boundaries of Tetrahedron Provincial Park to support the SCRD’s water project
http://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/park-changes-under-fire-1.23290103

Sophie Woodrooffe’s story on former Gibsons mayor, and Tetrahedron Advisory Committee member, Barry Janyk’s objections to how BC Parks is handling the consultation http://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/former-gibsons-mayor-says-chapman-open-house-inadequate-1.23282119

Sean Eckford’s story on SCREDO’s Victory Suite drive
http://www.coastreporter.net/news/local-news/scredo-wants-you-to-build-a-victory-suite-1.23291507

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