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Balding for Dollars nets hundreds of bald heads and $200,000 for B.C. Children's Hospital

When asked why she brought Balding for Dollars to Squamish, Cindy Turner-Gulycz says the same thing all participants say: "It's for the kids." Turner-Gulycz's son Nicholas was diagnosed with cancer at age 5 and endured three years of chemotherapy.

More traffic coming to Squamish Terminals

An agreement finalized in January means the number of trips up and down Howe Sound by large ships is rising. Star Shipping, which owns Squamish Terminals, and Westwood Shipping started working more cooperatively in February.

Mayor comes out against trailer park rezoning

Mayor Ian Sutherland intends to ask District of Squamish Council to stop the rezoning of any land from trailer park use to another use until a plan is in place to deal with the fallout from displacing homeowners.

Highway advocate named Green candidate, party deputy leader

Business savvy with a green heart is the Green Party's plan of attack for the May 17 provincial election.

Credit Union in merger talks

SCU would keep name, board of directors as part of Vancity Tim Shoults tshoults@squamishchief.

Agencies work together to help meth addicts

The criminal, health and emotional crises created by addiction to substances such as crystal meth have brought together Squamish's medical, enforcement and mental health agencies.

Wal-Mart design expectations reaffirmed


DOS files legal papers against trucking company


Helping with hand and heart


Enjoy your Easter