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Squamish treated generously: MOT

A long-awaited meeting with Ministry of Transportation representatives yielded small victories Tuesday (April 29).

Young thugs put woman through 'terrifying' ordeal

Police are asking the community's help in finding two suspects that put a woman through what they're calling a "terrifying" ordeal.On Sunday (April 27) at approximately 3:30 a.m.

Province plans to allow for 'Olympic' traffic lanes

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School may get on-site police

RCMP presence at Howe Sound Secondary is likely to become a familiar sight this fall. Following on the heels of threats to student safety last week, council is offering to help fund a school liaison officer to be stationed out of the high school.

Pavers accused of scam

A group of Irish pavers are creating frustration among Squamish residents and the District of Squamish over alleged shoddy work on driveways and municipal property.

Local Costco could work: SSC

If Costco Wholesale's visit to Squamish was meant to gauge the community's interest for a local warehouse, it generated only a whisper of support.

Proposed equestrian community moves ahead

A proposed residential community centred around horseback riding is moving forward despite firm warnings from staff it would suburbanize Paradise Valley and put residents at risk.

Community tackles litter for Pitch In Week

Spring cleaning is starting from the ground up this year with the commencement of Pitch In Week. From Monday to Sunday (April 21 to 27) garbage-picking events have community members greening up areas across town.

Apprentices receive accolades

Six 2007 Howe Sound Secondary School graduates had cause to celebrate Tuesday evening (April 22) as they stood before family and friends to be acknowledged for completing the Secondary School Apprenticeship (SSA) program.

From compassion to action

It's the basis of a civil society, and Squamish Volunteer Centre Society co-ordinator Pam Gliatis has dedicated her life to spreading the wealth it generates.
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