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2022 Civic Election

Squamish votes 2022: Mayoral candidate Armand Hurford's Q&A

Squamish votes 2022: Mayoral candidate Armand Hurford's Q&A

Watch the elevator pitch and read an election Q&A of Armand Hurford, a mayoral candidate running for the District of Squamish.
Squamish votes 2022: Council candidate Andrew Hamilton's elevator pitch

Squamish votes 2022: Council candidate Andrew Hamilton's elevator pitch

Watch the elevator pitch of Andrew Hamilton, who is running for District of Squamish council.
Squamish votes 2022: Council candidate Adrien Byrne's Q&A

Squamish votes 2022: Council candidate Adrien Byrne's Q&A

Watch the elevator pitch and read an election Q&A of Adrien Byrne, who is running for District of Squamish council.
Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming Squamish municipal election

Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming Squamish municipal election

This is who’s running and the key dates.
Editorial: Squamish election gets dirty

Editorial: Squamish election gets dirty

Show these shady actors trying to influence our election that while going low may work in some places, in Squamish, we go high.
Who is behind the Squamish Now attack ad campaign?

Who is behind the Squamish Now attack ad campaign?

Elections BC is forcing the Squamish Now page to identify itself as Dikran Bedirian.
Lauren Greenlaw is running for council

Lauren Greenlaw is running for council

Greenlaw, an exploration geologist who has worked in the mining sector, is making the environment a priority.
Gord Addison is running for Squamish council

Gord Addison is running for Squamish council

Addison is a marketing professional and helped run the op-ed website Squamish Forward.
Opinion: Fewer folks are willing to run for Squamish council this time. Wonder why?

Opinion: Fewer folks are willing to run for Squamish council this time. Wonder why?

From all appearances then, this gig has lost its lustre.
SFU prof says new Squamish rules on behaviour could be a response to the polarized political atmosphere

SFU prof says new Squamish rules on behaviour could be a response to the polarized political atmosphere

Voters should watch candidates to see if they stick to rules outlined in the bylaw, says Mayor Karen Elliott.
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