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Businesses vandalized

RCMP is investigating recent incidents of mischief and vandalism in the downtown area where several businesses have received damage to windows from what appears to be a pellet gun. On June 14 at 9:30 a.m.

Leading through the corridor

The Whistler Forum for Leadership and Dialogue celebrated the graduating class of this year's Cohort program with a special address from former B.C. premier Mike Harcourt at the Adventure Centre last Friday (June 15).

Will Garibaldi be ski-able?

Some ski and snowmobiling enthusiasts do not think that the proposed Garibaldi at Squamish ski resort should go ahead - not because they are opposed to the development, they just wouldn't want to ski it.

Who should be mayor, poll asks

Residents are abuzz about a telephone survey asking locals how they feel about their municipality's politics, and who they would vote for in the 2008 election.

Truck rodeo celebrates Logger Sports couple

Two long-time Squamish Days Loggers Sports supporters are being remembered during this year's 50th anniversary with the return of the truck rodeo, an event that hasn't been held at the festival for 13 years.

Businesses vandalized

A 38-year-old man is in serious condition following a stabbing in a room at the Chieftain Hotel Thursday, June 14, which led to a high-speed police chase. Two suspects, a 22-year-old female and a 36-year-old male, are in Squamish RCMP custody.

Oil clean up misses: advocates

Last week's excavation of a portion of the Squamish Estuary to clean up oil residue has left estuary advocates dissatisfied and frustrated.

Creek advocates call for IPP ban

The new B.C. Creek Protection Society is calling for the provincial government to put a moratorium on small hydro development until a province-wide environmental assessment is completed.

A visual history of Squamish Days

Residents will soon have more than memories to help them recall the 50 years of Squamish Days Loggers Sports celebrations.

Canoe loop has mayor's support

Canoeists and kayakers may one day be able to paddle theirw way in a full circle around downtown if a proposal that emerged from the Smart Growth committee is successful.
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