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Fall Fair the natural choice for 10 years

It's a throwback to the olden days, when food was fresh and natural and fun was measured in the smiles on kids' faces.

Cougars, coyotes and bears

The wildlife parade continues this summer in Squamish. In July, coyotes in the Axen and Finch areas killed a number of cats and small dogs.

Gondola proponents want to move ahead

Climbers not supportive John French Chief Staff Writer The two people behind a proposal to build a gondola that would take people to the top of the Stawamus Chief are now out in the open and want to share their plans, but are holding back for the tim

Re/Max brand to replace Windermere in corridor real estate merger

Re/Max will be back in the Squamish real estate game soon as the Windermere brand disappears.

Skyline view homes to become international student dorms

With the sale of two homes to one buyer, Squamish's growing reputation as an education centre was further cemented this month.

Mayor prepared to lose hair for charity

The mayor of Squamish set his price at $10,000. For that amount of money Mayor Ian Sutherland is prepared to have his head shaved. Sutherland is helping the local Cops for Cancer initiative by challenging the community to donate $10,000 to the cause.

Walking away happy

Six Squamish women who have all been touched by cancer in one way or another have set out to make a difference.

Squamish among top 3 biking destinations in North America

They say you don't get a second chance to make a first impression - but if you knock 'em dead on your first try, who needs a second chance? This was the case when Dan Koeppel, the editor of Men's Journal, (one of America's most successful men's magaz

ABOUT TOWN: Breast cancer walk participants lauded

Our good wishes go with all participants who will be taking part in The Weekend to End Breast Cancer Walk to be held in Vancouver this weekend (Aug. 20 - 22). Each participant was asked to raise $2,000 with all proceeds in support of the B.C.

Squamish's jump start to 2010

The drive to educate Sea to Sky youth about the true nature of the Olympic Games has begun.
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