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Squamish council OKs request for transit expansion funding

Squamish council OKs request for transit expansion funding

BC Transit will now ask the province for resources to add one bus, 1,500 hours and 850 HandyDART hours to Squamish.
B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

B.C. passes 200,000 COVID-19 infections

Nearly 96.3% of all those known to be infected in B.C. are deemed recovered.
Quest University president will not seek a second term

Quest University president will not seek a second term

The Squamish school will be seeking a new top official.
225 units proposed for downtown Squamish

225 units proposed for downtown Squamish

Hunter Place Developments seeks to rezone the area just behind Nesters Market.
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall to nine-week low

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. fall to nine-week low

Serious infections recede but another six die from the disease.
Where are we at with Sea to Sky regional transit?

Where are we at with Sea to Sky regional transit?

Community leaders meet with ministers to keep the wheels rolling.
Squamish RCMP respond to person in distress

Squamish RCMP respond to person in distress

Loggers Lane area of downtown was closed as officers dealt with the case Oct. 19.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new five-month high

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new five-month high

B.C.'s existing and emergency hospital beds are 80.2% occupied.
Minor train derailment in the Squamish Estuary

Minor train derailment in the Squamish Estuary

The rail authority said its 'crews responded to a minor incident on Oct. 9 when a railcar derailed one set of wheels but remained in an upright position in Squamish.'
B.C. records 26 COVID-19 deaths in past three days

B.C. records 26 COVID-19 deaths in past three days

Good news is that the number of active infections has fallen below 5,000 for first time since August 13.