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What is up at the Squamish SPCA these days?

What is up at the Squamish SPCA these days?

Adoptions up; Sea to Sky Community Animal Centre hosting virtual spring camps.
Britannia Mine Museum launches a Terralab Learning Space

Britannia Mine Museum launches a Terralab Learning Space

Educational programming will be available to Squamish residents during Spring Break.
How to support and protect Squamish black bears (PHOTOS)

How to support and protect Squamish black bears (PHOTOS)

Bears are awake and about, but give them a wide berth, says WildSafeBC biologist.
Squamish author gains international recognition for debut novel

Squamish author gains international recognition for debut novel

Jasmine Aimaq's 'The Opium Prince' was chosen as an editor's pick on Amazon and listed as one of the 10 books to read in December by The Washington Post.
Squamish Streamkeepers keeping on, 20 years later and counting

Squamish Streamkeepers keeping on, 20 years later and counting

What do local volunteers do and how you can get involved.
Beer cans, hats and glasses retrieved from the bottom of Squamish lake (Video)

Beer cans, hats and glasses retrieved from the bottom of Squamish lake (Video)

Divers for Cleaner Lakes and Oceans back at popular Cat Lake summer party spot to pull out trash.
Recognizing unsung Squamish heroes of the pandemic

Recognizing unsung Squamish heroes of the pandemic

The Chief catches up with a daycare worker and security guard.
On the very front lines of COVID-19 in Squamish

On the very front lines of COVID-19 in Squamish

The pandemic has taken its toll on paramedics, who are likely the first responders you will see first if you need help.
Squamish family asking for help for their newborn Angel

Squamish family asking for help for their newborn Angel

Funds being raised to support family of four-week-old Alejandro Angel, who was diagnosed with rare pediatric cancer.
What can Squamish learn from the pipe bursting 'armageddon' in Texas

What can Squamish learn from the pipe bursting 'armageddon' in Texas

A local plumber offers an explanation and advice for Squamish residents should our temperatures plunge and the electricity get cut off.