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A visual history of Squamish Days

Residents will soon have more than memories to help them recall the 50 years of Squamish Days Loggers Sports celebrations.

Canoe loop has mayor's support

Canoeists and kayakers may one day be able to paddle theirw way in a full circle around downtown if a proposal that emerged from the Smart Growth committee is successful.

Public to hear Porteau proposal

A multi-residential development proposal south of Porteau Cove Provincial Park has moved to the public hearing stage with an open house at the Sea to Sky Hotel Monday (June 18) at 7 p.m.

Council opts to save trailer parks

Trailer park residents have the backing of District of Squamish council, whose members say the areas are among the last vestiges of affordable housing options left in town.

New plan proposed to improve air quality

A new air quality management plan brought before District of Squamish council Tuesday (June 12) aims to set air quality standards for the Sea to Sky Corridor from Lion's Bay to Mount Currie.

Residents should prepare for flood

Squamish is not facing the same immediate flood concerns as other areas in the province, including Prince George and the Fraser Valley, but residents are cautioned to remain conscious of the potential hazard.

'New era' for Aboriginal students

The Ministry of Education, the Howe Sound School District and Aboriginal leaders signed an agreement to improve the success of Aboriginal students in the district on Friday (June 1) at the Totem Hall.

Rediscovering Mount Garibaldi

Long gone are the days when travelling to the base of Mt.

Highest housing hike in BC

Squamish has the fastest growing house prices in southwestern B.C., according to a report by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. The average price of a detached home in Squamish is $490,288, according to the board, an increase of 21.

All hail Beyond the Valleycliffe of the Dolls

The slick, quirky and fun race, Beyond the Valleycliffe of the Dolls (BVOD), and celebrated its sixth year Saturday (June 2) was another "fantastic" event, said organizer Bryan Raiser. "The course and the trail conditions were phenomenal," he said.
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