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Employers invited to foreign workers session

Government preps local businesses for 2010

Olympic victory for Howe Sound Secondary

Students take third place in 31st Physics Olympics

Squamish is open for business

Council discusses plans for municipal advertising billboard

A district owned IPP?

Renaissance Power proposes publicy-owned run of river project

District worker strike averted

Municipal services will continue without disruption thanks to a successful end to contract negotiations. CUPE workers signed a four-year collective agreement Thursday (March 5), 14 months after the last contract expired.

Valleycliffe students to pay for kindergarten

School board to implement fees for full-day program

Never too early for bear aware

It's never too early to be thinking about bears. With spring just around the corner, the awakening of our ursine residents is soon to follow. Squamish has come a long way in preventing human/bear conflicts.

Squamish Nation to acquire 1,200 acres

Intergovernmental accord establishes detailed land use agreements between DOS, Squamish Nation

Ventilation still a concern for new senior centre

District investigates legal ramifications of owning a space with side venting

Bear Aware launches 10 weeks early

The District of Squamish announced this week that the Squamish Bear Aware Program is getting a 10-week head start thanks to additional funding from both the Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee (VANOC) and the District of Squamish.
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