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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.

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Recent Work by Bronwyn

PODS gearing up to break ground in the fall

PODS gearing up to break ground in the fall

Loon Foundation has hired Spani Construction for building
‘Quite proud of this little town’: Residents assembly kicks off Gibsons OCP update

‘Quite proud of this little town’: Residents assembly kicks off Gibsons OCP update

Over five Sundays between February and May, 25 Gibsons residents selected by lottery across demographics and neighbourhoods, convened in a residents’ assembly to discuss the future of land use within the municipality. 
Gibsons introduces smoke bylaw to regulate indoor burning

Gibsons introduces smoke bylaw to regulate indoor burning

The town is not coming for residents' woodstoves, clarified Mayor Silas White
Legacy playground at Gibsons Public Market is opening this weekend

Legacy playground at Gibsons Public Market is opening this weekend

Judi ‘Bubs’ Libin Park and Play Centre beside Gibsons Public Market will officially open with a grand celebration June 9 at 2 p.m.
Expect delays between Gibsons and Sechelt along Highway 101 Friday

Expect delays between Gibsons and Sechelt along Highway 101 Friday

If you've been commuting between Gibsons and Sechelt this week, you've probably seen the signs on the road denoting workers on the highway.
Aging levels off, single family homes still dominate: Sunshine Coast Vital Signs report released

Aging levels off, single family homes still dominate: Sunshine Coast Vital Signs report released

Adults 35-44 now second fastest growing demographic
Photos: Egmont delights with annual community festival

Photos: Egmont delights with annual community festival

Egmont's annual community festival June 1 was a damp, perhaps understated to start due to the rain, but nonetheless joyful affair. The day included a parade, cake walk, music and festivities in the park. 
Gibsons seeking elector approval to borrow $3.56M for sewer, water main work

Gibsons seeking elector approval to borrow $3.56M for sewer, water main work

Gibsons residents have until July 3 at 4 p.m. to submit elector response forms in opposition to the borrowing.
Firefighters knock down large beach fire at Port Stalashen spit

Firefighters knock down large beach fire at Port Stalashen spit

It was unsafe for firefighters to access the spit at Port Stalashen Sunday evening, so they had to wait until morning to extinguish the fire.
Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Organizers point to tight timelines for raising money and a volunteer base as the reason for the festival not proceeding. They still hope to hold an event next year.
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