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Putting Coast Salish art on the map globally

Putting Coast Salish art on the map globally

Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) artist Xwalacktun mentors a new generation of Indigenous artists
Record-breaking transit strike ends

Record-breaking transit strike ends

Sea to Sky residents eager to get back on the bus.
Sea to Sky seeking host families for international students this fall

Sea to Sky seeking host families for international students this fall

School District No. 48’s homestay program is a culturally immersive experience with generous remuneration
Penny AI breaks big

Penny AI breaks big

With a new investment of $27 million USD, Squamish company is looking to expand.
How do you heal from childhood trauma, and embrace your true worth?

How do you heal from childhood trauma, and embrace your true worth?

New book by Squamish’s Mike Skrypnek features stories from men who successfully healed from childhood trauma
Two decades of resilience

Two decades of resilience

After being paralyzed in a car collision, Kristen McBride is being honoured with the Courage to Come Back Award.
Recycle Bicycle program gives 40 bikes to deserving riders

Recycle Bicycle program gives 40 bikes to deserving riders

Rotary Club says 20 volunteers helped fix and distribute bikes to help make cycling accessible to everyone.
Kids’ bike recycling drive to be held at Under One Roof tomorrow

Kids’ bike recycling drive to be held at Under One Roof tomorrow

The Rotary Club of Squamish and Helping Hands are helping needy families find kids’ bikes.
Squamish's darts and daffodils

Squamish's darts and daffodils

Here's what readers wanted to praise or complain about this week.
Downtown Squamish Mural Walk Festival from June 24 to 26

Downtown Squamish Mural Walk Festival from June 24 to 26

Open Street Day takes over Cleveland Ave on Saturday, June 25.