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Lovers Lookout sign rescued

Posted on by John French

Rita Petrescu was a guest on Mountain FM’s Coast Life program this week. Her late husband installed an iconic sign back in 1987 at the intersection of Trail Avenue and Dolphin Street in Sechelt. The sign was removed recently. She explains how the sign made its way back to her family.

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Regional district boards elect leaders

Posted on by John French

New SLRD chair Jack Crompton.

New SLRD chair Jack Crompton.

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Squamish preparing for potential flooding

Posted on by John French

Squamish flooding - file photo

Squamish flooding – file photo

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Weather warning

Posted on by John French

Environment Canada is calling for torrential rains today through tomorrow.

Environment Canada is calling for heavy rains, snow in higher elevations and wind on the Sunshine Coast over the next few days.

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Nominations for the 57th GRAMMY Awards Revealed

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GRAMMY-Nominees

The nominees for the 57th GRAMMY Awards have been announced!

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Sechelt mayor reaches out to Sechelt Nation

Posted on by John French

Sechelt mayor Bruce Milne

Sechelt mayor Bruce Milne

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New Councils to be sworn in

Posted on by John French

Our new municipal leaders are being sworn in tonight and over the next few days.

Our new municipal leaders are being sworn in tonight and over the next few days.

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Project 97: A conversation on sexual assault, abuse & harassment

Posted on by joel.smith

Macleans.ca

Take a quick glance at the data on sexual assault in Canada and you will find a disturbing set of numbers. Like 472,000: the number of Canadian women who reported being sexually assaulted in 2009, the last year Statistics Canada conducted a comprehensive survey. Or 1,680: the number of assault reports that ended with convictions in Canadian courts in 2011. Or 67: the percentage of Canadians who say they know at least one woman who has been sexually or physically assaulted.

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Snow traps hikers

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Elfin Lakes in Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Elfin Lakes in Garibaldi Provincial Park.

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Seals released into Howe Sound

Posted on by John French

One of five rehabilitated seals released into Howe Sound yesterday.

One of five rehabilitated seals released into Howe Sound yesterday.

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