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RCMP Report

Scam On March 18, a Coast resident reported falling victim to a scam after receiving a shipping notification email that appeared to be from a company she on-line shopped with. The email asked the resident to confirm her financial information, which the resident did before realizing the email was fraudulent. The resident contacted her credit ... Read More »

Cyberattack delays ICBC

ICBC is delaying the mailing of COVID-19 rebate cheques to customers due to a cyberattack on a third-party vendor contracted to provide printing and distribution services. The information held by the vendor is limited to customer names, addresses, COVID-19 rebate cheque amounts and cheque numbers. There is no indication this information was obtained. The event ... Read More »

Equity in Action

In March, we are celebrating equity and collaboration in School District 46. Using our chosen values as monthly featured themes in our communication plan is one of the many ways that our district expresses our values with action. In November 2020, SD46 entered into a Ministry of Education initiative called “Equity in Action.” Typically, this ... Read More »

Weekly Horoscope March 25

Tip of the Week: A close and rare triple conjunction between Sun, Venus and Chiron at 8-9 degrees of Aries occurs on March 28. Meanwhile, Mercury is closely conjunct Neptune in Pisces. Pluto in Capricorn occupies the powerful position of planet of highest degree. Unaspected planets can be understood as ‘unintegrated’ and, thereby, lose some of ... Read More »

Preparation for new arrival important

Many people are welcoming home new puppies these days.    The pups are leaving all that is familiar to them and, while most make the transition easily, it’s a big change for the new pup, so preparation for the new arrival helps ensure things go smoothly and comfortably for everyone. Before the pup arrives, decide ... Read More »

What’s Happening March 25-29

Thursday, March 25 Virtual Storytime – the whole family can sharein songs, rhymes, and stories (all-day), details at gibsons.bc.libraries.coop/explore/calendar/ 2021 Spring Workshops from Arts Alliance: Marketing in Covid – Facebook + Instagram Advertising, 10:30am-noon, $45, online, 604-681-3535 · www.allianceforarts.com/alliance-workshops Karen’s Paint Day/Night – Peacock, $45, 10:30am-12:30pm/1:30-3:30pm, CREATE, 6538 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Sechelt, 604-989-3345 · Createsechelt@telus.net ... Read More »

Dakota Ridge season

During the 2020-2021 winter season, snowshoers, cross-country skiers and snow sledders headed for Dakota Ridge in record numbers. “Dakota Ridge is always busy in the winter, especially during the holiday break, but this season, partly due to the pandemic, the facility saw a big increase in sales of season passes over last year’s season, especially ... Read More »

Covid Outbreak Map March 3-9

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Supportive Housing

Artwork by Kwakwaka’wakw nation artist Simon Daniel James was installed last week on the north and the west side of the Gibsons supportive housing site. The affordable housing project at 749 School Road will provide 40 new self-contained studio homes with the necessary supports to help people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in accessing ... Read More »

Sechelt ops centre AAP passes

Adoption of the bylaw permitting the District of Sechelt to borrow up to $3 million to construct its operations centre is on the agenda for its March 17 council meeting.  Also on that agenda is receipt of the results of the Alternative Approval Process (AAP) completed on Feb. 26 to seek elector consent to take ... Read More »

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