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Collision in Sechelt kills young Sechlet woman

Shortly after 5 am on Saturday, Sunshine Coast emergency personnel responded to the 6100 block of the Sunshine Coast Hwy, after a car crashed into a large tree. When police arrived on scene, the driver and three passengers had managed to get themselves out of the car, but the fourth passenger needed to be extricated ... Read More »

Jim Taylor at Roberts Creek Legion August 29

August 29 Jim Taylor’s Dine ‘n Dance: 6:30pm to 10:30pm Roberts Creek Legion 219 604-886-1965 – Jim Taylor playing all your favourite classic tunes from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Diner219er will be serving their usual tasty fare, beginning at 6pm, with Jim playing a dinner set from 6:30 followed by dance music from 7:30 ... Read More »

Epic swim begins

Open water swimmer Rachel Schoeler bravely left Nanaimo early today, and began carving the waves across the Strait of Georgia toward Sechelt. “Rachel left this morning at 8 am and is looking strong!” supporter, Brittany Barnes said by e-mail. Schoeler’s crossing is expected to take around 11 hours, which should have her arriving at Mission ... Read More »

Cultural Night Fundraiser

Feast and Cultural Performances, singing and drumming! 5:30 to 7:30 Tickets at the door Thursday, August 21 at the Sechelt Nation Longhouse, Jackson, Williams, Paul – Memorial 604-747-1048 Read More »

Sechelt Innovations Ltd. Biographies

  Biographies of new board members of Sechelt Innovations Ltd.   Robert Flux, CA, CPA (Illinois), and CFP is the tax partner at the Coast Group Chartered Accountants in Sechelt. Rob has a diverse range of experience managing and planning with some of the largest CA firms in Canada and has specialized in owner-manager taxation ... 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 »

Attempted robbery of senior at Gibsons Way and Pratt Road area

The Sunshine Coast RCMP are looking for assistance from the public in solving an attempted robbery of a senior citizen in Gibsons. On Tuesday, July 22 at approximately 10 pm, a 76 year old Gibsons man was walking on Gibsons Way just west of Pratt Road, when he was approached by two males believed to ... Read More »

Sechelt Army Cadet is best in platoon in Vernon

Vernon, B.C. – Cadet Nathaniel Marshall of Sechelt B.C. was recognized as the best cadet in his platoon during the three-week Basic Leadership Course at Vernon Army Cadet Summer Training Centre. Cadet Marshall is a member of 2963 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps (Seaforth Highlanders), Sechelt, B.C. Cadet Marshall attended the three-week Basic Leadership Course ... Read More »

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