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B.C. Museum of Mining gears up for an exciting year

It has been very gratifying for the staff and volunteers at the B.C. Museum of Mining to size up the year 2004 and to highlight our accomplishments. First, we can boldly claim that the Museum's profile has gone up a notch.

Enjoy some Music in the Evening

The Music in the Evening concert at the Squamish Baptist Church tonight (March 4) at 8 p.m.

A community celebration for health

Healthier communities lead to healthier families. Communities That Care is organizing a day of community celebration for the whole family. The event is at the Brennan Park Leisure Centre from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday (March 11).

Punjab update

Polling was held in Ajnala constituency on Feb. 23. Due to certain malpractices observed by the Election Commission team, a re-poll was held on March 1 while the counting took place on March 2 covering 15,220 voters.

Eat well, it's Nutrition Month!

Who would know more about good eating than a dietician or nutritionist? Exactly. So when the Dietitians of Canada name March 2005 as "National Nutrition Month," we should probably pay extra attention.

Canada Post gets message: no community mailboxes

Squamish residents and District of Squamish council both sent the same message to Canada Post this week: they don't want community mailboxes (CMBs). By the end of a public meeting at the Sea to Sky Hotel on Wednesday (Mar. 2), a Canada Post Corp.

Mayor addresses seniors at Tantalus CentreTantalus Seniors' Centre

It was another great soup and sandwich day last week, thanks to the whist club and the two young ladies from the high school doing the serving. Our mayor, Ian Sutherland attended our luncheon and gave a talk on Saturday's referendum.

How much would you pay to see him bald?

"How much would you pay to see me bald?" This, said Roger Duarte's, is the catchphrase hardly any of his friends or relatives can resist.

Oceanfront Development Corp. hires CEO


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