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Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue keep boaters safe

A major help and resource for our boating residents and visitors is the Sunshine Coast division of the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue or RCM-SAR. You may see them at local docks and marinas or out on the waves doing SAR prevention, as they perform courtesy pleasure craft checks and on the water safety ... Read More »

Great things to do in Sechelt

While Sechelt is a great place to live or visit at any time of the year, there’s no doubt that the summer is especially spectacular. With the flowers in bloom and the bright blue skies, Sechelt is a fun place to enjoy a wide variety of activities. For example, I encourage everyone to visit the ... Read More »

Wilderness Lodge invites you to Fly and Dine

Ever thought you could be sampling exquisite foods and have an unforgettable adventure all in one afternoon or evening, and right here on the Sunshine Coast? A locally-owned wilderness lodge is trying to make it easier for more people living here to enjoy what a lot of international travellers have already experienced. “We realized we ... Read More »

Sand Castle Sculpting Saturday

The annual Davis Bay Sand Castle Contest is going ahead on Saturday, July 12 in Mission Point park. “This is a great community event,” said one of the organizers, “everyone always asks me when it’s going to be.” Registration is at 10 am, and the judging starts at 1 pm with winners announced at 2:30. ... Read More »

New Float at Porpoise Bay Dock

A more environmentally and user-friendly float is now open at the public boat launch area of Sechelt’s Porpoise Bay Government Dock. The new structure replaces an aging wood float, which rested on the sea bed at low tides. Contact with the ocean habitat by the treated wood float was identified as a concern by the ... Read More »

Urban farm offers ‘a vision of sustainability’

On a reclaimed former tailings pond at the edge of Lehigh Hanson’s Sechelt site, a thriving urban farm bursts with healthy produce destined for the tables of Coastal residents. With roots in an experimental “employee garden,” the one-acre farm site is blossoming into a major and very diverse pesticide- free food source, producing mainly heritage ... Read More »

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