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Harmony at the Hall please

Editor: I am a member of both the Gibsons Seniors' Society and the SunCoast Harmony Entertainment Society. We would like to hold evening events at Harmony Hall. We have no ulterior motives but to encourage new membership.

Bullies are unsophisticated

Re: "It's time to banish the bullies" (Coast Reporter, April 16). Excellent commentary. As Cathie mentions, defining 'bullying' is not easy. It ranges from the obvious physical to the insidious psychological attacks, and sometimes a mixture of both.

It's all on you, Mr. Speaker

At Coast Reporter press time, I am scanning The Globe and Mail and CBC websites looking for word from Ottawa. Perhaps the earthquakes of late have done something to shift the balance of the earth.

Almost senior and still dancing

Editor: Regarding the disharmony at Harmony Hall (Coast Reporter, April 16) as someone who has just turned 62, I was astounded to read that, in a mere three years, I will have had it with going out at night, and especially with dancing (according to

Why the nay vote Mr. Weston?

Editor: On April 15, Parliament passed bill C-474. This bill passed in spite of intense pressure from the biotech industry and now goes to the Agriculture Committee.

Crossing highway a danger for all

Editor: Re: "Crossing highway is dangerous" (Coast Reporter letters, April 16).

Expect to see Coast visionaries

Editor: I was pleased to see Jenny Wagler's article "Where are the Coast's visionaries?" in your April 2 edition.

Styrofoam option in Gibsons

Editor: I am a Gibsons resident, but in the interests of convenience, I opted to use the Sechelt recycling bins this week.

Disappointed with editorial

Editor: I am deeply disappointed that the editor of such a good community newspaper would write and publish an editorial (Coast Reporter, April 16) criticizing the actions of the Gibsons Seniors Society and its executive without any consultation with

Keep the good news flowing

Media are often accused of focusing only on the negative stories and leading with the worst news possible, as scandal and sensationalism sell newspapers.
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