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Hudson House property back on the market

The site of the former Hudson House is back up for sale, sparking questions about when new housing will go up where one of the town's most affordable places to live used to stand.

Clean up begins

With a geotechnical assessment now complete, contractors for the Ministry of Transportation have stabilized a precarious precipice at Porteau Cove and begun the blasting and removal of 16,000 cubic metres of debris off Highway 99 resulting from a roc


The Sea-to-Sky Highway is now reopened to traffic, almost exactly four days after a massive rockslide blocked the corridor's primary access to the Lower Mainland, Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Kevin Falcon announced Saturday night (Aug.

Charity event honours Eves

Thousands of kilometers may separate Squamish and Zambia, but they'll be brought a little closer together this month through the combined efforts of several volunteer groups and a family who turned their loss into opportunity and hope.

Pemberton festival exodus causes record sales along Highway 99

Music fans passing through Squamish to and from the Pemberton Music Festival needing to fuel up on gas, food and caffeine caused record sales for businesses along Highway 99 last weekend.

Red Point to be RV park

The site of the failed residential project Red Point might soon be home to a Recreational Vehicle (RV) park.

Train ride cheers up seriously ill children

A young Squamish resident enjoyed a day of distraction from constant pain thanks to a children's charity that focuses on "brightening" seriously ill children's lives.Looking at Briana Butcher, one wouldn't know that she has a serious illness.

Resident troubled by drop-in centre activity

Sightings of dubious activity around the Helping Hands Society drop-in centre has one downtown resident of the newly built Artisan complex asking that site monitoring be improved.

Construction manager eyes mayor's seat

It looks like there will be a mayoral race in Squamish this fall now that a former candidate from 2002 is "seriously considering" running for the position.

Burn Camp puts children at ease

Burn survivors from across the province are enjoying summer camp - and lots of water fights - at Paradise Valley's North Vancouver Outdoor School this week.
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