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Ruby Lake Resort 15426 Sunshine Coast Hwy. Pender Harbour • 604-883-2269

Ruby Lake Resort is home to one of the best restaurants on the Coast. The Trattoria features a spectacular patio overlooking the water while inside you can relax next to the beautiful wood burning stone fireplace. This fine dining experience is perfect for that special occasion or when you just need to enjoy a delicious ... Read More »

Kayaking on the Coast

Kayaking has become one of the most popular sports on the Sunshine Coast. Unlike many activities, kayaking can be enjoyed by young and old alike. It just depends on where you launch your boat. Those looking for a smooth paddle can head up to one of our beautiful lakes and paddle around with ease while ... Read More »

Patios need protection to stay looking good

On the Sunshine Coast, there has been a big push not only to use the patio as a sitting area, but actually to transform it into a beautiful outdoor living space. Just add a barbecue, some patio furniture and a portable firepit and start hosting summer parties. Because patios have become the spot for warm ... Read More »

Hanging baskets accent with vibrant colours

Now that gardens are started and Spring cleanup is nearly finished, it’s time to start thinking about a few more summery accents. Hanging baskets add a quick splash of colour and visual appeal to porch, deck or patio. There are a number of stores and nurseries on the Coast offering ready-made baskets of all sizes ... Read More »

Gibsons builds momentum for summer fun

The Town of Gibsons – founded in 1886 and incorporated as a Village in 1929 – is now home to almost 4,500 people. Recently Gibsons held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Gibsons Elementary School, which will replace the existing structure when it opens in 2014.  This new school will give students the chance to study ... Read More »

All-star Cloud Atlas lets imagination soar

After viewing a film there is almost always a visceral, simple response to it such as “I liked it, loved it, hated it” or even “well, it was all right.” Watch Cloud Atlas and the answer will be more like “I think I liked it, but don’t know why, better see it again.” Of course ... Read More »

Dragon Boaters’ food bank fundraiser a success

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New scholarship fundraiser promises rockin’ good time

In support of the Neil Falkner Outward Bound Legacy – a great new opportunity for youth on the Coast –Roberts Creek Hall will be rocking on May 25. Doors open at 7:30pm and the band starts at 8pm for the legacy’s first Sunshine Coast Fundraiser. Bigger Bits of String Band (Kaia Nielson and Mark Lebbell) ... Read More »

Hold personal information close as identity theft is on the rise

After receiving an email from a Saudi prince offering to pay two million dollars to help him complete some paperwork, it seems like a good time to remind Sunshine Coast residents that identity theft is alive and kicking. Although everyone seems to joke about the Saudi prince email, these scams are no joking matter. Another ... Read More »

Horoscope May 10 to May 16

Tip of the Week: This Solar Eclipse in Taurus is special because it hosts a Lunar Eclipse on either side. This is not an entirely rare event, but one that merits some special attention. Eclipses are like super charged New and Full Moons. They synchronize with larger scale changes than the usual Lunation Cycle. The ... Read More »

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