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Sea to Sky School District outlines new COVID-19 measures

Sea to Sky School District outlines new COVID-19 measures

The policies were put in place for Squamish schools as a result of the new Omicron variant.
Locals raising funds to help Squamish veteran who lives in his car

Locals raising funds to help Squamish veteran who lives in his car

81-year-old, who served 11 years in the Canadian Forces, spends his days reading books, nights sleeping in the driver's seat.
Sea to Sky transit operators give 72-hour strike notice

Sea to Sky transit operators give 72-hour strike notice

Squamish bus service could be disrupted if strike occurs.
Digging up Squamish history

Digging up Squamish history

Newport Timber Company railway tracks discovered during municipal sewer line replacement project.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record: 924

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record: 924

Province records nine more COVID-19 deaths in past day.
Lawsuit alleges wrongful seizure of Squamish cats

Lawsuit alleges wrongful seizure of Squamish cats

In response, the SPCA says 71 cats in distress were taken from motor homes.
High avalanche warning issued for much of southern British Columbia

High avalanche warning issued for much of southern British Columbia

The Sea to Sky and Interior regions are under avalanche warnings this weekend as high temperatures and sunshine create an unstable snowpack
Five more glass sponge reefs in Howe Sound protected by new closures

Five more glass sponge reefs in Howe Sound protected by new closures

Conservation groups call for more enforcement
Daily COVID-19 death count in B.C. most in a year

Daily COVID-19 death count in B.C. most in a year

B.C. had 15 deaths from COVID-19 in the past day.
Nominations open for Squamish Nation language commissioners

Nominations open for Squamish Nation language commissioners

The Squamish Language Commission will be tasked with protecting and stewarding Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Sníchim for generations to come