The purpose of Slow Coast is to provide a public forum for the discussion of ideas and events related to the general region of BC’s Upper Sunshine Coast, as well as the smaller communities within that region.

Our vision is:

  • a thriving commercial-free online hub for up-to-the-minute discussion of the converging predicaments of economic, energy and environmental instability, plus observations about life in our various communities;
  • a forum where we can address the concerns, challenges, and dreams which do not comfortably fit into the agenda of the commercial media and the advertiser dollars they depend on;
  • a space for sharing the songs, stories, thoughts, wishes, desires, and fears of normal people who can never have enough outlets for their creativity;
  • a place where it’s OK to share your thoughts, to provoke a reaction, to amuse and delight; to say what is rarely said and is so badly in need of saying;
  • a regional community of artists, thinkers, and just plain folks;
  • a regional identity… a place to call our own.
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