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Bronwyn Beairsto, Editor

Bronwyn Beairsto, Editor

Bronwyn Beairsto is editor of the Coast Reporter.

She moved to the "big city" from Bowen Island, where as editor and reporter for three years, she covered everything from council to cat birthdays.

As a not-so-secret history nerd, Bronwyn loves anything to do with archives and forgotten moments of our past.

She welcomes story ideas, opinions, casual chats or a good jokes.

editor@coastreporter.net

Recent Work by Bronwyn

From heart of destruction, sign floats its way to the Sunshine Coast

From heart of destruction, sign floats its way to the Sunshine Coast

A sign travelled more than 300 kilometres from a part of B.C. hard hit by the November 2021 atmospheric river to arrive on the shores of the Sunshine Coast. Only by the extraordinary effort of a local man is it finding its way home — 14 months later.
BC Ferries mechanical issue means modified Langdale schedule, cancellations Tuesday

BC Ferries mechanical issue means modified Langdale schedule, cancellations Tuesday

Route 3 will run on a modified schedule Tuesday, Nov. 8, as the Queen of Surrey is facing mechanical issues.
TSB finds severe turbulence caused helicopter to crash on Bowen Island

TSB finds severe turbulence caused helicopter to crash on Bowen Island

The Bell 212 hit a patch of severe turbulence over Howe Sound the morning of March 5, 2021, resulting in a crash on Bowen Island, the Transportation Safety Board has found.
Fleeing the war: Mother and son Ukrainian refugees arrive in Sechelt

Fleeing the war: Mother and son Ukrainian refugees arrive in Sechelt

When the war started, Olha Liubenko was separated from her husband and son by more than 500 kilometres and at home with her elderly grandmother and cat. Here's how she and her son made it to Canada.
Lowering emissions, plant-based diets needed to prevent farmed seafood declines

Lowering emissions, plant-based diets needed to prevent farmed seafood declines

Farmed seafood production could drop by 16 per cent globally by 2090
Why a driftwood menorah is joining the Festival of Trees

Why a driftwood menorah is joining the Festival of Trees

The last in our series about the Jewish Community of Bowen Island
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