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Obituary: Margaret Mary (Denney) Johnson

Obituary: Margaret Mary (Denney) Johnson

Margaret Mary (Denney) Johnson and husband John operated The Country Store in Squamish.
See: Sea to Sky meets Montreal—The cultural exchange experience at L'école Les Aiglons

See: Sea to Sky meets Montreal—The cultural exchange experience at L'école Les Aiglons

A week of discovery for students in town from Montreal on a cultural exchange.
See: Seek Bespoke Market back in Squamish

See: Seek Bespoke Market back in Squamish

Check out some photos from the Saturday event at the Railway Museum of British Columbia. Market continues on Sunday, April 14.
Updated: Westwinds artist to host art show at Squamish Save-On-Foods

Updated: Westwinds artist to host art show at Squamish Save-On-Foods

Shoppers can check out some of Chris Rice's artwork while they shop which has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 13.
See and hear this Squamish purple finch

See and hear this Squamish purple finch

Birder Chris Dale shot this video footage of a purple finch singing while it eats maple tree flowers in the Squamish River Estuary this morning.
See: A coyote on its way to pick up The Squamish Chief?

See: A coyote on its way to pick up The Squamish Chief?

Squamish photographer captured this image this morning. 
Squamish Dance Centre earns awards at dance competition

Squamish Dance Centre earns awards at dance competition

The team earned medals from silver to platinum as they performed at the Shine Dance competition.
See volunteers erect land-based structure for purple martins in Squamish Estuary

See volunteers erect land-based structure for purple martins in Squamish Estuary

Discover how the Squamish Environment Society's project aims to support the nesting season of Western purple martins, a blue-listed species, by providing specially designed nesting structures.
Obituary: Rosa Razzano

Obituary: Rosa Razzano

'In 1962, Rosa left Italy to join her brother and sister in-law in Britannia Beach.' 
Obituary: James (Jim) Douglas

Obituary: James (Jim) Douglas

'Jim dedicated his life to the care of others. He worked tirelessly for the BC Ambulance Service for 32 years, where he advocated for access to mental health supports within emergency services and counselled those struggling with post-traumatic stress.'
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