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Rotary salutes Owen Carney with gala event

Owen Carney has been a endless source of energy for Squamish for decades.

Slate talk spurs debate

With election day looming, ongoing talk of a possible campaign slate came to a head when candidates Terrill Patterson and Greg Gardner argued over the rumours during the final mayoral debate, presented by The Chief, at the Sea To Sky Hotel Monday (No

Trails survey digs for candidate priorities

The Squamish Trails Society (STS) distributed a survey to all 21 residents vying for mayor or council in an effort to determine how Squamish's electoral candidates prioritize trail and bike lane issues.

RGS may not be needed: Gardner

Mayoral candidate Greg Gardner and council candidate Catherine Jackson clashed over the Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) recently by councillors at last week's District of Squamish council meeting.

Let the drumbeat get you moving

Expect a whole lot of dancing next weekend when the fifth annual Squamish Powwow begins, attracting dancers and artists across the country. "This year will be our largest powwow yet," said Charlene Williams, organizer for the event.

BREAKING NEWS: Two incumbents knocked off council, Gardner elected mayor in landslide

There will be a few new faces along with familiar ones on council come December following the District of Squamish municipal election Saturday (Nov. 15).

Rockslide hits Highway 99

An early morning rockslide hit Highway 99 Wednesday (Nov. 12) and a geotechnical analysis has yet to reveal what caused the mass of debris above the roadway to dislodge.

VANOC doesn't make school rules: trustees

School trustee candidates confirmed VANOC does not have a role in the school board's decision to shut down schools during the Olympics, during a Chamber of Commerce all-candidates meeting at Brennan Park Monday (Nov. 3).

Making way for the future

A vision from Squamish's not-so-distant sawmill history reappeared with the arrival of a large Seaspan chip barge docked in the Mamquam Blind Channel.

Council rejects Growth Strategy

Council for the District of Squamish rejected a contentious Squamish Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) plan to get all regional communities in-line with growth principles.The vote, made during the Tuesday (Nov.
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