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Field school delves into aboriginal history

Field school delves into aboriginal history

Research focuses on topics identified by community members

CrimeStoppers: June 13, 2012

Week of June 5 to 11, 2012 Total calls for service = 95 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 3 Break and enters = 2 Thefts = 5 Mischief = 9 1. June 9 Second Beach At approximately 8:30 pm, police received a complaint of a theft.

Quick Peaks: June 13, 2012

Red tide closure Fisheries and Oceans Canada has closed a wide swath of the upper Sunshine Coast to harvesting shellfish due to unacceptable levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP).

Council releases legal opinion

Former city councillor raises question of potential conflict

Co-treatment lies dormant

Council has not discussed issue since Novembers election

Alterra signs two agreements

Documents advance run-of-river projects

Briefly: June 8, 2012

National fitness day MP John Weston has announced he will be introducing a private member’s bill in the House of Commons that would see the first Saturday in June declared National Health and Fitness Day.

Census results confirm aging trend

Echo generation starts to produce babies

Vandals strike two businesses

Police ask public for assistance

Blue community proposal fails

Initiative centres on protecting water resources and banning bottled water