About the Sunshine Coast

Schools on BC's Sunshine Coast

Posted on Sep 11, 2020 in About the Sunshine Coast


If you’re considering moving your family to BC’s Sunshine Coast, know that there’s no shortage of schools. Local School District 46 is well known for the quality of its schools, teachers, and programs.

There are a total of nine elementary schools with locations stretching from Langd...

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Canada Day 2020

Posted on Jul 03, 2020 in About the Sunshine Coast


A recent Globe and Mail editorial compared how climate change is projected to affect Australia and Canada.

The article states that changes will hit Australia especially hard. Droughts, fires, and hotter temperatures – three things Australia already has in abundance – will become even more commonplace over the next 20 years.

Canada will face its own c...

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Take Your Dog to Work Day

Posted on Jun 15, 2020 in About the Sunshine Coast


There is no greater sadness than leaving your best friend at home when you head out to work. But June 26th offers a solution to this heartbreak – that's the day we celebrate the 22nd annual Take Your Dog to Work Day.

A 2016 study states that offices with pets experience lower stress than offices without. Taking a break to check on your four-legged f...

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Town of Gibsons vs O’Shea Oceanmount Neighbourhood Association - Update

Posted on May 13, 2020 in About the Sunshine Coast



We hope his message finds you safe and sound, while making the best of this difficult time. 

Out of adversity comes opportunity, so we remain optimistic that together we can help the Sunshine Coast, British Columbia and the rest of Canada rebound from this pandemic and find safe economic and social footing for all Canadians in the near future. We too...

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Short term rentals - sCRD

Posted on Mar 17, 2020 in About the Sunshine Coast


At its February 13th meeting, Sunshine Coast Regional District directors decided to move away from allowing temporary use permits for short-term rentals with offsite managers.

According to the Coast Reporter, this change means short-term rentals with no on-site management are essentially banned in rural areas "unless owners get permission through a...

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