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Inaugural Squamish Builders Fest set for Sept. 17 and 18

Inaugural Squamish Builders Fest set for Sept. 17 and 18

Free and family-friendly, the two-day event will have artists, demonstrations, speakers, wood industry representatives, food and a beer garden.
Obituary: Maitland Stuart Carey

Obituary: Maitland Stuart Carey

March 8, 1948, to July 21, 2022 — He lived a full and happy life and was happiest when serving and helping others.
Obituary: Alma Pelletier (nee Bidin)

Obituary: Alma Pelletier (nee Bidin)

Jan. 23, 1926, to July 26, 2022 — Mom finally decided it was time to go find Dad.
Obituary: Harry Frank McCulloch and Mary Megumi McCulloch (Nakatani)

Obituary: Harry Frank McCulloch and Mary Megumi McCulloch (Nakatani)

Harry was raised in Pemberton, B.C., where he met Mary as the local school teacher. Mary grew up in Grand Forks, B.C.
Squamish local looks back at long — and successful — campaign to ban plastic bags

Squamish local looks back at long — and successful — campaign to ban plastic bags

Marine scientist Tracey Saxby, who worked for years advocating for the ban, credits ‘everyday Canadians’ with making it happen.
Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival 2022

Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival 2022

Squamish School Farm blossoms downtown

Squamish School Farm blossoms downtown

Squamish CAN farm serves schools and the community in the heart of town.
Squamish Days Loggers Sports bedraces race into town

Squamish Days Loggers Sports bedraces race into town

The 65th annual Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival is now in full swing.
See the Squamish Days Loggers Sports World Championship Chair Carve

See the Squamish Days Loggers Sports World Championship Chair Carve

Video: Squamish Loggers Sports Fest begins with kettle boil and chili cook-off

Video: Squamish Loggers Sports Fest begins with kettle boil and chili cook-off

Find out who won the two opening events on Thursday evening