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The Quest Kermodes women's basketball team won the school first ever provincial championship by defeating the Douglas College Royals 69-52 on Saturday (March 1). The team now advances to the Nationals with the win.
The Squamish Minor Hockey Association hosted the first ever Atom A hockey tournament at Brennan Park from Feb. 8 to 10. It featured a total of eight teams participating and the Squamish Eagles placed second to Merritt.
CBC personality Rick Mercer brought the Rick Mercer Report program to the West Coast Heritage Railway Park in Squamish for some footage on Sunday (Jan. 19). Dozens of fans gathered to observe and they also loaded the train driven by Mercer himself.
The 28th annual Brackendale Eagle Count occurred on Sunday (Jan. 4). This year 1,617 eagles were tallied, the most since 2007.
The first ever Sea to Sky Classic basketball tournament took place on Saturday (Dec. 14). Four games occurred with Howe Sound taking on Brookswood, McMath battling Windsor, Lynden High versus Holy Cross and Quest against Northwest University.
Squamish resident Cole Smith made his BFL debut on Saturday (Dec. 7). The event had 13 matches featuring some of the best MMA talent in BC.
Downtown Squamish became the local hub for all things festive with the Christmas Market and Santa Parade events on Friday (Dec. 7). Hundreds of Squamish residents took it all in on a chilly day.
The annual Polar Express rolled into Squamish on Saturday (Nov. 30) and Sunday (Dec. 1). The CN Roundhouse was transformed into the North Pole and attendees got a chance to ride the train. The Polar Express returns this coming Saturday (Dec. 7) and Sunday (Dec. 8).
The Squamish Filipino Community came together on Saturday (Nov. 30) to help raise money for the survivors of typhoon Haiyan, which struck the country earlier in November. There was a silent auction and several musicians performed at the event.
Hundreds descended onto Totem Hall to take part in the ninth annual Pow Wow event. The event was put on as a part of National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week (NAAAW). Competitors hit the dance floor on Saturday (Nov. 23) and Sunday (Nov. 24).