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EDITORIAL: The gift that could save your Squamish neighbour

EDITORIAL: The gift that could save your Squamish neighbour

Humans are funny creatures. We can know things factually, but it often isn’t until we can put a name and a face to an issue that we truly understand — or care.
EDITORIAL: Room for all at Squamish’s Under One Roof

EDITORIAL: Room for all at Squamish’s Under One Roof

How do you get a job or keep one, deal with trauma, mental health or addiction struggles, or even keep a positive attitude, if you are sleeping out in the cold? How do you stay healthy or avoid COVID-19, for that matter, if you don’t have easy access
Squamish Terry Fox Run — 2020

Squamish Terry Fox Run — 2020

37 COVID-19 cases among Squamish Nation members

37 COVID-19 cases among Squamish Nation members

10 cases are active, 27 people are no longer considered infectious
EDITORIAL: What should stay or go after the pandemic, Squamish?

EDITORIAL: What should stay or go after the pandemic, Squamish?

When this all ends — and despite how never ending it may feel — this pandemic will eventually end — what COVID-19 adaptations do you hope we hold onto? Should handshakes go the way of the dodo bird? Will virtual open houses in real estate remain the
EDITORIAL: Working to end racism in Squamish

EDITORIAL: Working to end racism in Squamish

Rachel Décoste, a Black Canadian educator, activist, and media critic t old The Chief that the press in Canada does a great job of pointing out, dissecting, and putting into context U.S. racism.
EDITORIAL: Can we tone it down a notch, Squamish?

EDITORIAL: Can we tone it down a notch, Squamish?

Ever seen a bunch of five-year-olds, who have been bottling up anticipation in their little bodies, set free on their first Sports Day or into a bouncy castle at a birthday party after cake? Often they burst forward, tripping on themselves in the exc
EDITORIAL: Just take the survey, Squamish

EDITORIAL: Just take the survey, Squamish

If Squamish residents were strict societal rule-followers we would all be living in the Big Smoke wearing suits and sporting shoes that pinch. Instead, those who chose to make this place home are usually a little outside the box thinkers and doers.
EDITORIAL: Could a grammar war fortify local news?

EDITORIAL: Could a grammar war fortify local news?

Have you seen the quirky grammar advertisements in The Squamish Chief pages over the last few weeks? It started with a third of a page ad in the April 9 edition of The Chief. “The correct spacing interval after sentences is two spaces.
North Shore's top doc offers hope for easing of COVID restrictions

North Shore's top doc offers hope for easing of COVID restrictions

The North Shore’s chief medical doctor offered glimpses of hope for some return to normalcy during a live question and answer session hosted online by Vancouver Coastal Health on Thursday. Dr.