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Wilson jumps to Green Party

Canada's first Green Party Member of Parliament this week said the growing threat he posed to the federal Liberal Party power structure - not his failure to disclose his own business and financial dealings, as party officials claim - were to blame fo

Mom coach offers workshops

With the influx of young families in Squamish, life coach Jennifer Deane thought it was time to lend a little of her professional expertise to women interested in exploring the infinite possibilities of life beyond "the doing of motherhood.

Sutherland to run for MP

After months of rumours and speculation, the Liberal Party's local riding president has confirmed that Squamish Mayor Ian Sutherland will run for Parliament.Sutherland is expected to be acclaimed tomorrow (Sept.

Speaker helps bring two cultures together

In the wake of Steven Harper's apology to First Nations people for the scarring residential schools experiences, the Howe School Sound District Parents Advisory Committee (DPAC) and the Lil'wat Nation are taking a large step towards building stronger

Garbage pick-up goes bi-weekly

Residents may be holding onto their garbage a little longer in the future with a District of Squamish council decision to consider collecting garbage every other week. At Tuesday's (Sept.


Blair Wilson switches parties to become Canada's first Green Party MPUpdated Saturday, Aug. 30, 10:30 a.m.

Quest partners with private college

Quest University is partnering up with a private college and has hired its president to sit in the top administrator's chair in the hopes of boosting enrolment. But it's unclear whether the move will result in jobs leaving the community.

Fewest students in 20 years

In a downward trend seen throughout the province, Squamish schools are experiencing their lowest enrolment numbers of the last two decades, according to Howe Sound School District secretary treasurer Nancy Edwards.

Huge potential with new transit corridor

One would be hard pressed to find a Sea to Sky resident who doubts the Highway 99 improvement project will result in tremendous change for Squamish - but just how significant a change should be expected?The Landcor Data Corporation released a study l

Author takes aim at the Callaghan Valley

A recently released investigative book equating the 2010 Games to a backroom real estate scandal has leveled a few blows at Squamish area developments.
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