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The future of sustainable living

Squamish CAN tours Austrian Passivhaus in Whistler

Fact and fiction blur in books

"Truth is stranger than fiction" is an old adage. However, as librarians would like you to know, non fiction does not always portray the truth, and fiction isn't necessarily all made up.

Putting history to rest

Squamish Historical Society prepares to move into railway park building

Community weed-pulling comes to Squamish

Every year, the battle against invasive species cost the Canadian taxpayer in the order of a few billion dollars. Some of these dollars are coming right out of pockets of Sea to Sky residents.

Finding rhythm in life

Daily patterns can benefit children immeasurably

Hilltop House Harvest Tea returns

Each year the Hilltop House Support Society sponsor the annual Harvest Tea and Bazaar and it will be held tomorrow (Oct. 17) from 1:30 to 3 p.m. The day also includes a bake table and a fine assortment of crafts.

Locals share ideas for downtown

"We don't want to be just an 'anytown' in a great setting." "We are lucky to have the biggest backyard in the world!" "We could work together to incorporate new affordable housing concepts downtown.

An umbrella for corridor volunteers

New project to offer development and training for non-profits

Battling beaver fever

With snow and bugs gone from the high country, the cool days of autumn bring out the backpackers and climbers like no other time of year.

Streamkeepers celebrate Rivers' Day

Pink salmon spawn well in local waters