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How Squamish Days Loggers Sports began

Over 53 years, annual community celebration harks back to days of yore

World's best loggers sports competitors anticipated

With a little luck and some good timing, this year's Squamish Days Loggers' Sports event could draw the best class of competitors ever to grace the field as they chop, saw, and speed climb their way to victory and some of the $30,000 in prize money.

Squamish Days Loggers Sports Events

Strength, skill, and stamina are needed to excel

saga of Sam the Axeman

30-foot fiberglass lumberjack captured the imagination, drew in tourists and drummed up controversy

Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada offers something for everyone

World class climbing, mountain biking trails draws international visitors

Squamish Days events for everyone

More than just Logger Sports, everyone gets a chance to participate

Learn to be trail smart

To increase public awareness of backcountry safety, the Squamish Emergency Program is inviting Squamish outdoors enthusiasts to its second annual Trail Sense Day at the Stawamus Chief. The event takes place on Aug. 8, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Businesses make their getaway destination Squamish

Squamish is 'set for tourism' according to corporate retreaters

Be prepared for more devastation

Editor's note: Squamish Climate Action Network (CAN) member Ana Santos provides Chief readers with her observations during an expedition to study the impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on the Prince William Sound, 21 years after its devastation.

Where's the beef? The Rotary Club's got it!

Beef on a Bun cooks slow but tasty
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