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Avalanche takes 'bright light' of climbing community

Residents and climbers remember 'amazing teacher' Sylvie Paillard spaillard@squamishchief.

District seeks to buy Forest District office

Steven Hill The District of Squamish is looking to borrow $2.7 million to buy the former Squamish Forest District Office and land. Squamish council voted Jan. 10 to approve first three readings of a bylaw to borrow $2,772,668.

SORCA backs off Plunge

Steven Hill Squamish Off Road Cycling Association (SORCA) officials said they are taking the back seat on the issue of the Powerhouse Plunge being logged.

About Town

The Howe Sound Secondary School 2006 Dry Grad Committee have worked hard in its fundraising efforts these past few weeks.

Federal candidates hash out local issues

Sylvie Paillard The five MP candidates for West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea To Sky Country met in the ballroom of the Sea to Sky Hotel Wednesday (Jan.

A place for the guys

Steven Hill Alistair Janes is looking for a few good men - four, to be exact.

Parties bring heavy hitters in for last gasp of campaign

Dee Hon Special to the Chief With just days left before Canada votes on Monday (Jan.

Help needed to improve public library

Jane Emerick Special to The Chief The Friends of the Squamish Public Library are making the library a better place, but the group needs new members to continue the work.

Province looks into Crown land biking policy

Sylvie Paillard The provincial government may soon acknowledge something many Squamish residents have known for a long time: mountain biking is good for the economy. On Tuesday (Jan. 10), representatives from four B.C.

Forum seeks input for vision of 2010

Sylvie Paillard The Squamish Chamber of Commerce wants to capitalize on the Olympics and it wants the business community's input.
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