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Not all neighbours want lane closed

Not all residents along a lane in Brackendale written about in last week's Chief are clamouring for barricades to keep vehicle traffic out.

Squamish Nation loses a light

A shining light for the Squamish Nation and the community at large has been extinguished. Carol Harry, a dedicated community activist and volunteer, passed away of cancer Saturday (Oct. 21) at the age of 49.

Attached to the detachment

For the most recent arrival at the Squamish RCMP detachment, Sgt. Kevin Bracewell, it was all about the location.

Council appoints Sustainability Corp. board members

Council for the District of Squamish unanimously voted Tuesday (Oct. 17) to approve a list of residents for a new Squamish Sustainability Corporation (SSC) board of directors.

Adventure Centre to get new off ramp

A new Highway 99 exit allowing northbound travellers to pull into the Adventure Centre immediately after passing the building may be achieved as quickly as a few months from now. On Tuesday (Oct.

Fire Rescue asks for more money

Fire Chief Ray Saurette went before council for the District of Squamish Tuesday (Oct. 17) to request funds for Squamish Fire Rescue's "critical shortage of manpower". Saurette said ideally, calls should receive a crew of five firefighters.

The A+ guide to back to school

While children funnel back into the classrooms, teachers across the district are looking at ways to keep them safe, healthy, literate and ready for the new school year. Seb Amenta, principal of Valleycliffe Elementary said it's simple.

Shoplifter sent to hospital by grocery store security

A man is in hospital and a Save-On Foods security guard is under investigation after a suspected shoplifter was believed to have been injured while being confronted. At 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug.

Regional district's population expected to double by 2031

In the next 25 years the population of the Squamish Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) is expected to more than double.The prediction comes from an annual B.C.

Unhappy trails for Harvey

A celebrated trails advocate credited with spearheading innumerable community enhancement projects is saying goodbye to volunteerism because of what he calls a snub from the District of Squamish.
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