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Trail usage balloons in the Sea to Sky

Trail usage balloons in the Sea to Sky

COVID-19 restrictions appear to have made Squamish trails far busier in 2020.
B.C. has highest two-day total of new COVID-19 cases: 2,555

B.C. has highest two-day total of new COVID-19 cases: 2,555

B.C. has 9,574 people actively infected with COVID-19 – the highest number since December 21.
This grieving father finds peace one mile at a time on his motorbike

This grieving father finds peace one mile at a time on his motorbike

Dieter Schneider gives an online talk to Squamish residents about how the open road helps with depression.
Helicopter sculpture proposed for sunken Annapolis vessel

Helicopter sculpture proposed for sunken Annapolis vessel

In the six years since HMCS Annapolis was sunk in Halkett Bay off Gambier Island, more than 160 marine species have made themselves at home on the vessel.
B.C. sets new record for COVID-19 cases detected in a day: 1,293

B.C. sets new record for COVID-19 cases detected in a day: 1,293

Active infections, at 9,184, are at a high since December 22.
'Red' the octopus returns home to Howe Sound

'Red' the octopus returns home to Howe Sound

Nicholas Sonntag Marine Education Centre hosts virtual release of marine life
Tourism Squamish is surveying residents

Tourism Squamish is surveying residents

The organization is asking locals for their opinions on tourism.
Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Check out this shot of a Whirlpool Galaxy taken in Squamish

Vancouver man takes stunning photos of the galaxy that is 30 million lightyears away.
B.C. has record number of ICU patients with COVID-19, as hospitalizations rise

B.C. has record number of ICU patients with COVID-19, as hospitalizations rise

Number of those actively battling infections is at highest level this year.
B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

Three more people died from the virus overnight, raising B.C.'s death toll from COVID-19 to 1,489.