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Belated thanks for banner folks

Belated thanks for banner folks

Editor: This past week, Coast TV very kindly gave the hand painted banners project of Gibsonstime to promote this community-oriented project.
Peace Group celebrates 150th

Peace Group celebrates 150th

Editor: A small, but determined group of peace activists will hold the 150th consecutive weekly Bring Our Troops Home Vigil along the waterfront in Davis Bay this coming Saturday, Nov. 14 from 12:30 to 2 p.m.
Not deliberate misinformation

Not deliberate misinformation

Editor: My thanks to Kim Fenton for pointing out that the Liberal candidate for West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky, Daniel Veniez, has not been a recent member of the Conservative Party (Coast Reporter, letters, Nov. 6).
Wolf makes for close encounter

Wolf makes for close encounter

Editor: On Sunday, Nov. 8, I parked at the K8 sign on the Halfmoon/Carlson Forest Service Road and walked/jogged, accompanied by my weimaraner dog, for 1.5 kms eastward in the direction of Sechelt Inlet.
Extraordinary community

Extraordinary community

Editor: Last week I left my shoulder bag in a shopping cart outside the Trail Bay Mall. I realised it right away and wheeled the car around to retrieve the bag, but it was already gone.
Should we just put up with this?

Should we just put up with this?

Editor: Something happened last week that made me angry. A local representative of the provincial government came to my children's school PAC meeting; but before I get to that I should tell you this.
An intrusive level of sound

An intrusive level of sound

Editor: It was with great concern and dismay that I read the CBC news headline of Tuesday, Nov. 10 stating the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) has acquired a long range acoustic device (LRAD) for communication purposes.
More about greed than need

More about greed than need

Dear Mayor and Councillors: It is with great disgust and disappointment that I write this letter. I would be letting my ancestors down if I sat back and said nothing.
We should always remember them

We should always remember them

Should we be doing more to remember those who sacrificed their lives so we could enjoy the freedom we have today?It was a question I pondered while covering Wednesday's Remembrance Day ceremonies in Sechelt.
Great way to recognize volunteers

Great way to recognize volunteers

Editor: Re: Brent Richter's There Goes the Neighbourhood (Coast Reporter, opinion, Oct. 30). Great column Brent. There are many dedicated volunteers in our community and that was a wonderful way to recognize them.