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How many eagles can you count in this Squamish tree?

How many eagles can you count in this Squamish tree?

Eagles galore captured by photographer Brian Aikens in this Squamish tree.
Obituary: Marilyn Florence Billy

Obituary: Marilyn Florence Billy

She was not just a survivor of the 60s scoop; she was a thriver. 
Watch: Photographer captures paraglider above Squamish

Watch: Photographer captures paraglider above Squamish

See the video Cliff Jennings took of a paraglider floating high above Squamish.
Squamish Newcomer Services to host a Jewish cooking program

Squamish Newcomer Services to host a Jewish cooking program

The event takes place on Dec. 7 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Watch: Bear walks by unaware skiers in Whistler

Watch: Bear walks by unaware skiers in Whistler

Bears are still out and about. Be sure to stay alert and give them space.
Photos from The Squamish Chief archives — transportation, unions, Woodfibre, youth

Photos from The Squamish Chief archives — transportation, unions, Woodfibre, youth

The Squamish Chief is digging through its photo archives from the 1990s.
Watch: bald eagles enjoying salmon in Squamish

Watch: bald eagles enjoying salmon in Squamish

Squamish birder and photographer Chris Dale recently captured these bald eagles in action along the Squamish River.
Obituary: Margaret Harney

Obituary: Margaret Harney

Sept. 13, 1929, to Nov. 12, 2022; It is with great sadness the Harney family announces the passing of their mother and Nana, Margaret Francis Harney.
Squamish fire protection technician shares tips and his business services

Squamish fire protection technician shares tips and his business services

As more of us move indoors for winter, Brandon Higgs of Higgs Fire Protection Ltd. shares some advice on fire safety.
Photos: Two Squamish eagles lock in mid-air, fighting over a salmon head

Photos: Two Squamish eagles lock in mid-air, fighting over a salmon head

Squamish photographer Brian Aikens spotted these two eagles fighting over a salmon head near a local river. The salmon ended up falling into the water, so there was no winner.
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