Flourishing on the Sunshine Coast

Flourishing on the Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast has always been a network of people that revel in our history and community. As we continue to flourish, it is becoming more important to remember where we started and how far we have come.   The Clayton family, who own Clayton’s Heritage Market and the Trail Bay Centre, have been around since the beginning. Recently featured in an article by the BC Marketplace, you can read further about how they created a legacy business that continues to adapt and grow as the Sunshine Coast does. From starting the first 350 solar-powered BC grocery store system to expanding...

Welcoming New Tenants to the Mall

Welcoming New Tenants to the Mall

We’re excited to welcome four new tenants to the mall! Fills Good is a zero waste refill shop where you can bring your own container or choose one of theirs! Their stock includes a wide range of food, personal care, lifestyle and cleaning items. Stop in today or visit...

Lighthouse Liquor Set to Move to Trail Bay Centre Location!

Lighthouse Liquor Set to Move to Trail Bay Centre Location!

The Trail Bay Group is thrilled to announce that Sechelt’s Lighthouse Liquor Store is now under their ownership, and will be relocating to Trail Bay Centre later this year. The new location is next to Claytons’ Heritage Market, in the soon-to-be vacated space...

New Retail Space Available in the Mall

New Retail Space Available in the Mall

We have a great opportunity for a new or existing business to open up shop in Sechelt! Check out our newly available 653 square foot retail space for lease in the mall, unit 55 on our map. The space comes equipped with its own private washroom, a small office and two...

New 50kw Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

New 50kw Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Grand Opening of the Two DC Fast Chargers at Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt. We had favorable weather. We gave the chargers a try and had a nice ribbon cutting ceremony. Our non-event should capture some attention, in fact already has by coast residents, local council and...

Making Headway for Small Businesses

Making Headway for Small Businesses

El Segundo’s Scarlet Osborne has been working hard to petition the federal government to expand COVID-19 government support to small business owners who opened their doors for the first time in 2020, and she’s making waves! Recently interviewed by Ginella...

‘Massive’ solar array on Claytons a B.C. first

‘Massive’ solar array on Claytons a B.C. first

An array of 350 photovoltaic panels has been installed on the roof over Clayton’s Heritage Market in Sechelt’s Trail Bay Centre. It’s the first 100-kilowatt net-metred system powering a grocery store in B.C. that’s hooked up to BC Hydro’s grid, according to Alevtina...

New restaurants move ahead as economy restarts

New restaurants move ahead as economy restarts

As the province’s economic restart continues, a lot of eyes are on downtown Sechelt, one of the Coast’s principal business districts and home to the types of retail and hospitality businesses hardest hit in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reopening the Centre

Reopening the Centre

We are here to provide your shopping needs during this time. Some of our stores have updated their hours and modified operation to keep the community safe. We encourage you to check with individual retailers to check opening and closing hours, you can check their...

Upstairs and Downstairs Shoppe Reno

Upstairs and Downstairs Shoppe Reno

The Upstairs and Downstairs Shoppe is excited to announce we are undergoing a renovation and rebranding starting February 16.  As a result we will be closed for a time and hope to reopen mid March.  Thanks to expert design work from Emerge Design Group, contractor...

Community archives move to Trail Bay Centre

Community archives move to Trail Bay Centre

The District of Sechelt has signed a five-year lease agreement with Trail Bay Properties Ltd. to relocate the Sechelt Community Archives to Trail Bay Centre. Their new home will be in a space in the mall above RBC Royal Bank.

MV Lady Rose Preservation

Read Lady Rose History