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Exciting activities at Railway Park

Hopefully, as you read this column, spring is finally coming to Squamish. We will be more than happy to see the snow gone and activities returning to normal at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park. It has been a very long winter.

Local restores country's oldest Catalina 30

Boater applies spaceship set design to sailboat

Celebrate women with pins

Howe Sound Women's Centre leading International Women's Day celebrations

The Latency to headline Samapalooza concert

Event supports SAM Project benefiting African communities

A warm hello to spring

There is a tinycorner of my back deck that in the late afternoon gives me hope. If I close my eyes I can feel the sun's warmth on my face as I tilt it towards the sky and believe that spring is really on its way.

Spreading awareness over loss of innocence

Fuchsia ribbons worn for Stop the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth Awareness Week

Is game violence harmful?

I usually have to wait until I'm home alone or it's really late at night before I can play video games. That's due to the fact I have an impressionable six-year-old daughter as well as a predilection for games that feature quite graphic violence.

This week on Shaw TV

The Express Sea to Sky gets cooking at The Cup Bistro and Deli in Squamish. Host Nicole Fitzgerald gets a preview on one of the deli's cooking classes as well as samples some of the home to cooking fare.

How to get better grades

PAC speaker provides brain-boosting tips to students and parents

Library looks at banned books

If you haven't had a chance yet, pop into the Squamish Library and take a look at the display of banned books. Books have been banned and burnt for over 2,000 years. Top of the list are religious tomes, such as the Bible.
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