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RCMP costs to increase

Changes in census could lead to a $685,000 increase for RCMP services

Don't expect a new Cap U campus for at least 10 years

Economic meltdown delays plans for a new Capilano Squamish Campus

Community input lacking in Oceanfront planning process

Planners begging for community input to create oceanfront vision

Club opens the book on literacy

Discussion and debate from a local book club is doing more than analyzing plot and character development - it's joining the push for global literacy.

Airport commuter ceases operation

Perimeter Transportation last week abruptly ceased operating its shuttle service between Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Squamish and Whistler.In a brief notice posted on the company's website on Friday (Nov.

Christmas crafts for everyone

One of the biggest questions on the top of people's minds during the Christmas season usually has to do with a gift for that special person.

Britannia tower shortened

Following a public outcry among Britannia Beach residents the extensive renovation plan the B.C. Museum of Mining will have to ammend its renovation plans.

Chamber elects new board

The Squamish Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the coming year with a few fresh faces following the board's election this week.

Seniors lacking in services: report

Sea to Sky Corridor senior citizens have few choices when it comes to support, and unless programs expand, it may only get worse.

Olympic torch to pass through Squamish

The Olympic flame will pass through Squamish along its 45,000-km journey across Canada that will spark the 2010 Winter Games, VANOC CEO John Furlong said during a Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park on Monday (Nov.
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