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Sunshine Coast School District welcomes new faces  School District 46 has announced some leadership changes coming up for the next academic year.   They say four new faces will be joining the team, four people will be reassigned, and they will also be celebrating the retirement of three members of the...

SCRD provides updates to water supply projects  

A collaboration between several levels of government has started to increase the water supply across the Sunshine Coast.  According to the SCRD, they’re working alongside the shishalh Nation and other local government branches on several projects through several initiatives which is being moved forward through a water supply technical group.  In...

Travel tips to enjoy weekend Comox Air Show, RCAF Centennial

If you’re planning on visiting Comox for the air show and Armed Forces Day celebration on Saturday, the Department of Defence has some travel tips. You can avoid getting stuck in traffic by taking the free shuttle bus service, provided by BC Transit from 8:30 am to 6 pm. Buses will...

Travellers will save this summer, BC Ferries 

BC Ferries is gearing up for the summer and say they’re helping passengers enjoy the season with a slash to their fuel surcharge for travellers.   The busiest time of year for BC Ferries is between June 1 and Sept. 5 where they’re anticipating around eight million passengers will pass...

SCRD considers campfire prohibition

 Fire departments on the Sunshine Coast say they’re continuing to evaluate the weather forecast to determine if further restrictions are needed.   On Monday, the BC Wildfire Service announced they will implement a ban on category two and three open fires on Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast to lower...

BC Highway Patrol members to increase enforcement this long weekend

Expect to see more highway patrol members this long weekend. The Drive to Arrive enforcement blitz aims to lower the number of people hurt or killed by highway collisions by educating the public and increasing enforcement efforts of the BC Highway Patrol. According to ICBC, an average of 1,800 collisions took...
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