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See these salmon return to Squamish to spawn

See these salmon return to Squamish to spawn

The recent rains have brought the river levels up, and the salmon (Chum) are filling the local spawning channels.
New butcher shop to open in downtown Squamish

New butcher shop to open in downtown Squamish

Cleveland Meats aims to open just in time for the winter holiday season.
O’Callaghan’s Barbershop opens in downtown Squamish

O’Callaghan’s Barbershop opens in downtown Squamish

The new barbershop is located on Second Avenue just off the main downtown strip and has been open for about a week.
See cute bear family take a stroll in Squamish

See cute bear family take a stroll in Squamish

Squamish photographer Chris Dale spotted this adorable group of bears walking in Squamish.
Bespoke Market returns in November

Bespoke Market returns in November

Market returns to the Railway Museum of B.C. from Nov. 11 to 13.
North Pole Express stops at Squamish's Railway Museum of B.C.

North Pole Express stops at Squamish's Railway Museum of B.C.

The annual train ride to the North Pole takes weekend passengers from Nov. 26 until Dec. 18.
Photos from The Squamish Chief archives — a mishmash blast from the past

Photos from The Squamish Chief archives — a mishmash blast from the past

The Squamish Chief has dug into our photo archives from the 1990s.
Photos: Winter arrives in the Sea to Sky alpine

Photos: Winter arrives in the Sea to Sky alpine

While it feels like fall is just starting this week in Squamish, winter has begun in the alpine. If you are heading out, remember the cooler temperatures, snow and shorter days. Check www.adventuresmart.ca for tips for adventuring in winter.
Obituary: Evelyn Lapointe

Obituary: Evelyn Lapointe

1937 to 2022; She lived in Montreal until 1970, when the family embarked on a cross-country move to Squamish, where she lived for more than 50 years.
Obituary: Terry-Rae Diane Aldridge

Obituary: Terry-Rae Diane Aldridge

Nov. 6, 1940, to Oct. 14, 2022; Terry moved to Vancouver in 1957 before locating to Squamish, where Terry and Terry met and were married in 1963. They built their home in Brackendale.
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