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Bronwyn Beairsto, Editor

Bronwyn Beairsto, Editor

Bronwyn Beairsto is editor of the Coast Reporter.

She moved to the "big city" from Bowen Island, where as editor and reporter for three years, she covered everything from council to cat birthdays.

As a not-so-secret history nerd, Bronwyn loves anything to do with archives and forgotten moments of our past.

She welcomes story ideas, opinions, casual chats or a good jokes.

editor@coastreporter.net

Recent Work by Bronwyn

FireSmart 101: What assessors look for at your home

FireSmart 101: What assessors look for at your home

Former fire chief Bill Higgs shares what you need to know about the SCRD's free FireSmart assessments
Gibsons 16-unit strata development on School Road sent back to drawing board

Gibsons 16-unit strata development on School Road sent back to drawing board

The 16-unit housing development at 757 School Road had been up for third reading but given parking and density concerns, council sent the project back to the developer.
Six ferry sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale cancelled Thursday

Six ferry sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale cancelled Thursday

The ferry service has cancelled six sailings because of 'mechanical difficulty' on the Queen of Coquitlam
Gibsons councillor Aleria Ladwig not running for re-election

Gibsons councillor Aleria Ladwig not running for re-election

First-term councillor Aleria Ladwig is stepping back from political life come October.
Vote for your service businesses in our People's Choice Awards!

Vote for your service businesses in our People's Choice Awards!

It's time. Let's celebrate our marvellous local businesses in this year's 2022 Sunshine Coast People's Choice Awards.
TSB finds severe turbulence caused helicopter to crash on Bowen Island

TSB finds severe turbulence caused helicopter to crash on Bowen Island

The Bell 212 hit a patch of severe turbulence over Howe Sound the morning of March 5, 2021, resulting in a crash on Bowen Island, the Transportation Safety Board has found.
Town of Gibsons's 2021 annual report is out

Town of Gibsons's 2021 annual report is out

The 78-page report covers Town of Gibsons activities last year
Parking questions as School Road apartments head for public hearing

Parking questions as School Road apartments head for public hearing

Town of Gibsons passed first and second readings for 16 strata apartments at the corner of O'Shea and School Road. A public hearing will be held July 26.
'I don't just take it for granted as much': Student rep bids farewell to Gibsons council

'I don't just take it for granted as much': Student rep bids farewell to Gibsons council

Evie Clarke served as the student representative to Gibsons council this school year and last. She's now headed off to university and beyond
Gibsons looking at how to protect Charman Creek watershed and woods

Gibsons looking at how to protect Charman Creek watershed and woods

The stream and woods that jut into the south side of Lower Gibsons may officially receive Town protection.