Librarian Amy Dawley and the staff at the Gabriola Library have found a puzzle is one way of bringing islanders together in a different kind of social setting. Sarah Holmes photo

Librarian Amy Dawley and the staff at the Gabriola Library have found a puzzle is one way of bringing islanders together in a different kind of social setting. Sarah Holmes photo

  • GAFA glass both half full and half empty

    According to the group leading the fight to prevent new deep-sea anchorages off the Northeast coast of Gabriola, the start of 2018 brings both good news and bad news.

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  • Bev Sellars: Beggars in Our Own Home No More

    Informed by Bev Sellars own very personal take on the history of Aboriginal rights in Canada, “Beggars in Our Own Home No More” examines the potential for reconciliation through the lens of Indigenous and non-Indigenous economies. This presentation is part of the ongoing From Truth to Reconciliation Speakers Series. Shelagh Rogers will be the MC for this special event on January 27th from 7-9 pm at the Surf Lodge.

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The Haven and The Gabriola Arts Council are pleased to announce that Ayala Reznik has been chosen as the Haven/Gabriola Arts Council Artist in Residence in 2018. Submitted photo

The Haven and The Gabriola Arts Council are pleased to announce that Ayala Reznik has been chosen as the Haven/Gabriola Arts Council Artist in Residence in 2018. Submitted photo

Hector Banford attaches the Gabriola Lions Club crest to the Huxley Community Park sign in recognition of the Club’s financial support towards the new playground. The Gabriola Lions Club donated $5,000 directly to the park. Regional District of Nanaimo Director Howard Houle arranged for a $7,000 grant from the Nanaimo Foundation to the club to be used towards the playground for a total of $12,000 for the new Huxley Park Playground. Submitted Photo

Hector Banford attaches the Gabriola Lions Club crest to the Huxley Community Park sign in recognition of the Club’s financial support towards the new playground. The Gabriola Lions Club donated $5,000 directly to the park. Regional District of Nanaimo Director Howard Houle arranged for a $7,000 grant from the Nanaimo Foundation to the club to be used towards the playground for a total of $12,000 for the new Huxley Park Playground. Submitted Photo