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Furry Creek private dock rejected

SLRD decision points to host of issues surround boat moorage

Handgun shot in Brackendale

Briefs from the Squamish RCMP and Squamish Search and Rescue

SODC to spend up to $1 million on experts

Former Intrawest executives hired to create a business plan for Oceanfront lands

Turn the lights out for Earth Hour

The Squamish Environmental Conservation Society (SECS) is urging residents to show concern about climate change by turning off the lights to mark Earth Hour on Saturday (March 28) from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Coun. Doug Race biggest spender on Squamish council campaign trail

Corporations backed numerous municipal election candidates

Check out plans for Oceanfront

Public meeting Thursday (March 26) to receive input on the new plan

2010 transportation plan disappointing, says mayor

Gardner looking for answers in behalf of residents

Green provincial candidate steps up

North Shore businessman touts party's 'pragmatic' approach

Squamish receives almost $1 million in government funds

The District of Squamish will receive close to $1 million in federal and provincial funding for everything from playgrounds to the construction of a community pavilion, announced regional politicians from all levels of government Tuesday (March 17).

Affordable rental project given the go ahead

Council fast tracks Riverstones affordable rental housing project
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