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Gibsons’ B.C. Day tuned up by Music in the Landing hot picks

B.C. Day weekend there was a major showing of talent at Gibsons Landing from presenters Music in the Landing. These groups drew happy crowds to the Landing stages and gave things a major celebration feeling. Among the hot picks were Axel Loitz and Connor Lindsay on guitar with vocals on Friday afternoon at Gibsons Public ... Read More »

Hackett Park Summer Arts and Crafts Fair schedule

Summer Craft Fair Schedule and site map click on link below Hackett Park 2014 Brochure (2)   Read More »

Choir to raise sweet sounds

  As in recent years, for the past 8 weeks choristers from across the Sunshine Coast have enjoyed singing the Vivaldi Credo and the Dvorak Mass in D under the leadership of Sara Douglas and David Millard. Next week Coast music lovers will have the opportunity to hear our annual Summer Choir perform these extraordinary ... Read More »

Stage 2 water restrictions for Sunshine Coast Regional District

Stage 2 Outdoor Water Use Restrictions Now in Effect Sechelt, BC – August 7, 2014—Effective immediately, and until further notice, the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) has declared Stage 2 outdoor water use restrictions for all municipal water customers. All those on the Pender Harbour systems remain at Stage 1 until further notice. Outdoor water use restrictions are part of the region’s water conservation goal to reduce water consumption per person by 33% by ... Read More »

Sechelt Innovations Ltd. appoints new board of directors

  New Directors appointed to Sechelt Innovations Board SECHELT – The District of Sechelt is delighted to announce the following have been elected directors of Sechelt Innovations Ltd: Robert Flux, Teresa Fournier, Dwayne Dobson, Ron Buchhorn, Candace Campo, Vicky Forest, Hammy McClymont, Debbie Mealia, and Ron Stevens. “These individuals bring an extraordinary range of skills ... Read More »

Festival of the Written Arts will make your Sunshine Coast weekend fabulous

 Dear Editor, Every year in the  late spring/early summer , my family looks forward to receiving the upcoming program for the festival of the written arts. We look to see if an author we just read or an author recently in the news will be at the festival this year. Last year was no different ... Read More »

Sunshine Coast MP disagrees with West Van’s LNG ban

In response to the West Vancouver Council vote to ban the passage of LNG tankers in Howe Sound, and as the Member of Parliament for West Vancouver and the rest of our magnificent riding, I disagree with the motion, the way it has been passed, and its timing. I admire the Mayor and Council of ... Read More »

Detonated explosive devices found at Sprockids Park

photo courtesy of Sunshine Coast RCMP are investigating after four explosive devices were detonated near Sprockids bike park in Gibsons. On Tuesday August 5, a resident reported to police that he found the remnants of four homemade explosive devices detonated in the parking lot at the north end of Stewart Road in Gibsons, near ... Read More »

Story Theatre perform classic and local tales

You could be finding yourself in a real live fairytale soon. Well, at least you will be able to take in a fairytale with live actors, if that would suffice. Story Theatre brings all ages fairy tales to festivals, camps and events around the Sunshine Coast. “We’re inspired by the open air to bring arts ... Read More »

Missing kayaker found in Powell River

Sunshine Coast RCMP have confirmed that a kayaker feared missing is alive and in the Powell River area. On August 1, the RCMP requested the public’s assistance in locating a missing person, who was kayaking from Sechelt to Powell River. On August 4, RCMP received a call from a family member of the missing person, ... Read More »

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