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In the Community

Sharing the wealth

Local woman extends charitable heart to South Africa

Crohn's sufferer reaching top of Africa

Clinton Shard challenging disease, raising funds

Top climbers offer insights

Sold-out audience pack theatre to hear Peter Croft and Will Stanhope speak

Evangelical church to focus on youth

Organization hopes to 'make Jesus known' to those with little exposure to Bible

Park membership is a great value

As we enter the second month of the summer season, the West Coast Railway Heritage Park is experiencing many visitors and extra activities.

Cross-Canada on a bike, for lessons in life

Charles Michaud in Squamish after fulfilling lifelong dream of travelling 6,000 km from Eastern Quebec

Trends in HIV and injection drug use

A report just released by the BC Centre for Disease Control (BC CDC) identifies a decrease in new positive HIV tests in people who use injection drugs in BC.

Long time firefighter retires

Deputy Fire Chief Steve Virgint hangs up spurs after 33 years

Plots available at Rotary Garden

Beginners, experienced green thumbs welcome to join community

Get ready for Squamish Days Logger Sports

The 52nd Annual Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival is coming up next weekend starting with the Squamish Station World Championship Chair Carving, which takes place on Friday (July 31) from 3 to 5:30 p.m.