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Go beyond Gore at Iris Griffith

The Ruby Lake Lagoon Society presents James Pawley for an informative workshop on Saturday, Aug. 9, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Iris Griffith Centre.

Sunrises and sundials

George Pratt of Halfmoon Bay is a professional sculptor whose artistic achievement recently showcased on the world's stage. His giant jade carving, The Emperor's Sunrise, has become the striking focal point at the entrance to the Canada/B.C.

Thousand census forms missing

Close to 1,000 Squamish households have yet to return their census forms, translating to a loss of over $1 million in federal transfer payments, according to Statistics Canada B.C. regional communications manager, Lisa Gibbins.

June sees record real estate sales

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver announced record sales in Squamish for the month of June, despite record prices that have some worried about a disappearance of affordable housing.

Briefs from the RCMP and Fire Rescue

At 9 p.m. on Friday (July 7), RCMP responded to a call of a non-responsive male at the Tantalus Manor on Wilson Crescent in Dentville. The man was located outside the building suffering from head trauma to the head.

Thousand census forms missing

Close to 1,000 Squamish households have yet to return their census forms, translating to a loss of over $1 million in federal transfer payments, according to Statistics Canada B.C. regional communications manager, Lisa Gibbins.

It's a mystery as letter arrives after 32 years

When Rick Marcotte picked up his mail a couple weeks ago and found a letter address to his father, who passed away in 1983, he though there had been a mistake.

Children's acting camp organizer arrested

A high profile organizer of local youth acting camps has been arrested and charged for sexual assault and sexual exploitation of minors.

Owner suspends Extra Foods employees

Union decrying human rights abuse Sylvie Paillard spaillard@squamishchief.

Briefs from the District of Squamish council meeting

Greg Gardner was sworn in Tuesday (July 11) as the newest member of council following a June 26 byelection that saw Gardner win 49 per cent of the vote. Council has been one councillor short since March 30 due to the passing of Ray Peters.