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Pay attention to hypertension

Ever wonder why medical practitioners are so keen to wrap a pneumatic cuff around your upper arm and take your blood pressure? Well, high blood pressure is harmful, of course.

Children's curiosity sets daycare curriculum

New childcare facility to open this month

Veterans honoured next week

Each year the Royal Canadian Legion Diamond Head Branch #277 organizes the annual Remembrance Day Service on Nov. 11.

Environmentalists regroup and rename

Squamish Environmental Society adds economic development to strategy

The ultimate comfort food

Whether you eat them mashed, baked, fried or in chip form, the potato seems to be at the top of many peoples comfort food list. They just seem to fulfill that stick to your ribs kind of satisfaction in a creamy, buttery, salty kind of way.

Streamkeepers work for chum return

Gravel bed installation aids survival of salmon eggs

Schizophrenia Society expands into corridor

New outreach co-ordinator enables services for families of people with serious mental illness

Squamish residents demand action on climate change Subtitle

Nearly 300 people gathered at the Adventure Centre on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 24) to send a message to world leaders that immediate action must be taken to reduce carbon emissions.

Quest hosts international ambassadors

Students exchange ideas before setting off to study abroad

Squamish residents to have access to multi-million dollar sports venues post-Games

Local Nordic sports clubs will have the opportunity to utilize multi-million dollar, world class facilities in Whistler once the 2010 Olympics are over.
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