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Old friends, good memories

One hundred years has passed, but the years and years of memories live on in the hearts and minds of the former residents of Britannia Beach and the townsite once known as Mount Sheer.

Climbing for dollars

It's hard to put a price tag on the thrill of climbing - but the Climbers Access Society of B.C. (CASBC) is determined to prove just how much climbing contributes to the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada's economy.

Kept apart by bureaucracy

Indian wife of Squamish man caught in immigration mess John French Chief Staff Writer For the second time in six months, Canada's immigration bureaucracy is causing heartache in Squamish's Indo-Canadian community.

ABOUT TOWN: Celebrate 10 years on track

After a most successful Day Out With Thomas event in June the West Coast Railway Heritage Park is ready for another big day, as tomorrow, Saturday (July 10) marks the 10th anniversary of the opening of the park. Celebrations begin at 10:30 a.m.

Whistler-Squamish transit gets nod from council

Squamish and Whistler are both now formally on side with the idea of a commuter service between the two communities. Squamish council passed a motion Tuesday (July 6) that gave the idea support in principle.

Council opposes bank in Business Park

Squamish Council Tuesday reaffirmed its opposition to land in the Squamish Business Park being used for personal services - including a bank proposed for the corner of Hwy. 99 and Industrial Way. Council made the motion at 10:50 p.m.

What's on at the Squamish Public Library Foyer Gallery:

ANGELA BAILEY, Ceramics Angela's East Coast heritage along with her love for West Coast terrain has shaped and influenced her clay artistry. Both coasts contribute to her affinity for the earth and rock that encompasses much of her daily life.

Counter-petition fails, waterfront deal moves ahead

Voters won't going to the polls to approve the District of Squamish's acquisition of a large parcel of waterfront land south of downtown Squamish.

$2.9M price tag for flood of 2003

Last fall's massive flooding has left $1.9 million worth of damage in its wake so far, with another million dollars of work still to be done, according to a District of Squamish report.

ELECTION 2004: Wilson finds victory in narrow loss

In 1997 federal Liberal Phil Boname did well against veteran politician John Reynolds and in 2000 Ian McKay dropped the ball for the Liberal Party of Canada. In 2004, young Blair Wilson almost brought down the giant.
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