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Parkland lobs tennis courts to Town
Pictured left to right; Blaine Hagedorn, Gibsons' Mayor Wayne Rowe and SCRD board chair Garry Nohr at the opening of the Parkland tennis courts on Monday, June 3. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, June 3, attended by Town of Gibsons representatives, Sunshine Coast Regional District chair Garry Nohr, and members of the public with rackets in ... (more)
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Primary school kids take delight in spuds
A group of seven transient killer whales dropped by Vancouver's harbour on June 14, 2013, giving tourists and locals alike a rare treat.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The art show you should not miss features four local women artists, Carol Lafave, Charly Mithrush, Donna Stewart and Kasia Krolikowska, showing their love of playing with different media.
Disregard was stunning
I, with some out-of-town guests, arrived at the Horseshoe Bay terminal at 6:45 on the evening of June 7. We were told the 7:50 p.m. to Langdale was full, and we would be on the 9:45.
Proposed market seeking support
After several months of non-stop beating the drum and paying the piper for a proposed Gibsons Public Market in the former yacht club in Lower Gibsons, Gerry Zipursky, one of four prime proponents of the proposal, is taking the project to the next level.
Ian Mulgrew: Couple reconciles, scuttling challenge of Family Law Act
Common sense won but derailed a constitutional challenge of the new Family Law Act after the mother of an infant girl agreed to give her biological dad access.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Ian Mulgrew: Twentysomething fights in court for right to be a dad
A Sunshine Coast man has challenged the constitutionality of the new Family Law Act in a bid to prevent a child conceived during casual sex, and its mother, from moving to Alberta.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
OCP update process to start
At the Tuesday, June 4, meeting, council endorsed a proposal from director of planning Andre Boel that was brought forward at the May 28 committee of the whole to begin the process.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Creston family raises fears over conibear leghold traps
A family from Creston B.C., is raising concerns about conibear leghold traps after their dog was killed when the local dyking authority failed to warn them the traps had been set near the family farm.
Jazz fest celebrates all week long
Enjoy the Jazz Brunch with Ali Milner at Leo's Restaurant on Sunday, June 16 during the Gibsons Landing Jazz Festival.
Dempster, Red Sox win big
Gibsons Ryan Dempster improved his record to 3-6 on the season - and benefited from a huge run explosion Tuesday night as the Boston Red Sox blasted the Texas Rangers 17-5.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Open houses start phase two of future planning
The 'Transit Future Bus' is coming back to the Sunshine Coast following phase one consultations that were held in December.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
One man airlifted to hospital after accident
A 70-year-old man was airlifted to hospital in Vancouver Monday morning after an accident involving the driver of a small car and a dump truck in Gibsons.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Cowichan News Leader
Boat searchers yelling Wahoo
She discovered from the Peter Vassilopolous' book Antiques Afloats and local boat information guru Mike Stone the following: "Facts are missing from the 70's to the present so help is still needed.
Directors endorse energy policy
Sunshine Coast Regional District directors endorsed a new energy management mission statement and draft energy management policy during their corporate and administrative services committee meeting May 23.
A busy time for RCMSAR unit
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue station 14 Gibsons has had a busy couple of weeks with many hours on the water responding to calls and training exercises.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
Coast-wide committee tackles issues
The Sunshine Coast Housing Committee is up and running and looking to make a difference by creating affordable housing for up to a dozen people on the Coast.
Fri May 31, 2013
Phoenix debut concert
Suncoast Phoenix Choir, the result of joining Suncoast Singers and Coast Phoenix choirs under the direction of Michel Grice, has their concert this Saturday, June 1. Hey Look Me Over! is the Suncoast Phoenix Choir's debut concert at 7:30 p.m. at St.
New float officially opened
The rain didn't deter a small crowd from forming to celebrate the official opening of a new concrete float and drive-on ramp in Gibsons Harbour on May 29.
Tue May 28, 2013
Prince George Citizen
City could fall off worst-road list
As of last week, Prince George only had one thoroughfare on the Top 10, with Foothills Boulevard in a three-way tie for last place with BC Parkway at Boundary Road in Burnaby and Port Mellon Highway in Gibsons.