Skip to content

Local News

'I assaulted him', said manslaughter suspect: Crown

VANCOUVER-A Squamish man beat his friend to death after a drunken argument, it was alleged in court this week. Jesse Andy, 32, is on trial at Vancouver Supreme Court for manslaughter, following a killing in Squamish on Sept. 8, 2003.

Taking the breastfeeding challenge

Squamish mothers have a chance to be part of a record-breaking event next weekend just by doing what comes naturally. On Oct. 2 at 11 a.m.

New neighbourhood proposed north of Squamish

One of Squamish's largest landowners is formally moving ahead with plans to create a new neighbourhood of nearly 3,000 people, setting in motion a conflict with the developers of the Sea to Sky University (SSU) project that will have to be resolved b

First provincial Liberal candidate steps forward

The race to replace Ted Nebbeling has started for the B.C. Liberals with the announcement of the first candidate.

Bear death toll hits 17

Group forming to reduce human/bear conflict Todd Lawson and John French Chief Staff Writers Squamish's bear death toll for 2004 has hit 17 with three more losing their lives this past week. Two bear cubs were killed Saturday (Sept.

Sikh community celebrates Guru Granth Sahib's 400th anniversary

In this year 2004, the Sikhs all over the world are celebrating the quadricentennial of the Guru Granth Sahib.

Locals shooting bears

Four bears killed, residents under investigation Todd Lawson Chief Staff Writer Two area residents are under investigation by the British Columbia Conservation Officer Service for allegedly using weapons that resulted in the deaths of four bears last

Ashlu IPP debate comes to SLRD Monday

The proposed Ashlu Creek independent power project (IPP) has been one of the hottest topics in Squamish as of late, with many different parties expressing concern either for or against the project.

ABOUT TOWN: Get signed up for fall at Community Registration Day

Community Registration Day takes place at Brennan Park Recreation Centre tomorrow (Sept. 11) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Wal-Mart means change

There are 24 towns in B.C. that have Wal-Mart stores. That number is expected to grow as the largest retailer in the world pushes to become even larger and strives to deliver better returns for shareholders.