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Words of wisdom for our grads

Congratulations to all the accomplished young people who appear in the graduation section in today's Coast Reporter.I'm sure after 18 or so years of taking advice from all and sundry, the last thing you would like is more.

Trying to get all the facts

Concerned residents packed into the Sechelt Seniors' Activity Centre Wednesday night trying to raise awareness of Pan Pacific's mine operations. Many views were shared, with the majority in the crowd against Pan Pacific.

A vote for progress

If you build it, they will come. Okay, we know it's a shameless plug from the movie Field of Dreams, but it speaks quite well to a major achievement here on the Coast.

Hats off on Canada's birthday

How will you celebrate Canada Day? If you're anything like me, you'll go to a party or take your kids to a parade and take in the festivities around town before relaxing with friends and toasting our land.

Vote 'yes' for positive growth

Tomorrow is D-Day on the Coast - Decision Day to see if this community really wants new recreation facilities. The debate is over. Now it's time to get out and vote.

A good start for Simons

Congratulations to MLA Nicholas Simons on his appointment to the position of opposition critic for tourism, sports and the arts. This portfolio is a great fit with Simons' interests and expertise.

Thanks for sharing, thanks for caring

It's been an amazing month here on the Coast. The good people of this community have opened up their hearts and their pocket books during several charity events. The spirit of giving is simply astounding.

Recreation plan costly but fair

With one week to go before the recreation referendum, I'd like to take one last shot at convincing people to vote "yes.

A watershed moment

Don't look now, but governments on the Coast are agreeing on something again. It's no secret that for years, governments on the Coast have had a tough time working together. Lately, that has been changing.

Political correctness times three

Canadian community newspapers are a mixed bag. They range from little mom-and-pop publications with small circulations to big conglomerates that publish in Canada's largest cities.
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