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Captivating heron snapshot by Graham Rowbotham — A majestic moment at Squamish's Mamquam spawning channels

Captivating heron snapshot by Graham Rowbotham — A majestic moment at Squamish's Mamquam spawning channels

See this heron portrait taken at the Mamquam spawning channels in Squamish.
A feast for the eyes — Squamish photographer captures pink salmon spectacle

A feast for the eyes — Squamish photographer captures pink salmon spectacle

Discover the breathtaking synergy of nature through Joé Beaulieu-Lebel's lens.
The Sea to Sky's Britannia Mine Museum gets spooky for Halloween

The Sea to Sky's Britannia Mine Museum gets spooky for Halloween

The museum will open some Halloween-themed activities in October, plus other exhibits that will last into 2024.
Squamish bus stop now without shelter: Here's why and when it’s changing

Squamish bus stop now without shelter: Here's why and when it’s changing

In the midst of Garibaldi Way and Tantalus Road intersection upgrades, Squamish's bus stop moved to Diamond Head Road. Discover why it lacks a shelter and when relief is on the way.
Adorable Squamish bear family — Mother and triple cubs in frame

Adorable Squamish bear family — Mother and triple cubs in frame

Heather Sidsworth spotted this bear family in Squamish on Wednesday, Sept. 27.
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation event in Squamish

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation event in Squamish

A march from downtown Squamish will end at O’Siyam Pavilion where Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) Elders, survivors, youth and allies will speak.
Squamish's fall palette — Aafreen Arora's captivating photos

Squamish's fall palette — Aafreen Arora's captivating photos

Explore the breathtaking colors of autumn in Squamish with Aafreen's lens.
Darryl Schwanke's lens paints Squamish harbour in rainbow magic

Darryl Schwanke's lens paints Squamish harbour in rainbow magic

Vibrant rainbow followed a downpour on Sept. 26.
Squamish history — Seeking vintage image of these poles in use at Howe Sound Secondary School

Squamish history — Seeking vintage image of these poles in use at Howe Sound Secondary School

If you have wandered around the Howe Sound Secondary school field, you will have seen that there are three empty poles that line the trail between the high school and the property of École Les Aiglons. According to School District 48, they used to be part of a backstop for a baseball diamond. The operations team plans to remove them in the near future. We have been unable to find a photo of these particular poles when they were used.
New Squamish speakeasy-themed coffee shop and nightclub to open Sept. 25

New Squamish speakeasy-themed coffee shop and nightclub to open Sept. 25

Trickster’s Hideout will open at 38005 Cleveland Ave. in downtown Squamish, operating in One and a Half Ave.
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