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NEWS BRIEFS: Sea to Sky Highway update

The schedule of construction-related delays is the same for the next 10 days as it has been for the past few weeks. However, officials say some nighttime closures may be necessary between Whistler and Squamish starting Monday (May 14). Stay tuned.

Baby Razzano stable after surgery

Squamish's miracle baby is on the mend following his third - and hopefully last - open heart surgery.

Junior hockey coming to town

New league to start play in September Sylvie Paillard [email protected] The Brennan Park arena will soon be crowded with cheering fans supporting a hometown professional hockey team.

Public opinion on highway sought

The consultation process is well under way as representatives of the Sea to Sky Highway Improvement Project are giving Squamish the opportunity say how features, including the overpasses, landscaping, adjacent trails, intersections and signage, on th

Therapy on two wheels

The drive of a volunteer, an appreciation of her surroundings, and a husband who mountain bikes led Ratna Das to bring "Trips for Kids" to Squamish in an attempt to allow all youth in town experience what their surroundings had to offer.

Valleycliffe toolshed lights up the sky

A tool shed fire in Valleycliffe garnered considerable attention Saturday evening when residents saw flames shooting several feet into the sky. Emergency dispatch operators received 17 calls for the one incident.

IPP bill 'disturbing': kayakers

Provincial legislation that would strip local governments from deciding on rezoning issues for Independent Power Production (IPP) is "a step backwards," says Stuart Smith of the Whitewater Kayaking Association of British Columbia (WKABC).

Federal child care plan criticized by local providers

May is childcare month and the Sea to Sky Community Services Society (SSCSS) is asking parents to remember their child's caregiver especially in light of recent announcements in the federal budget.

Anti-BIA merchants unite

Downtown merchants and commercial property owners are mobilizing to rescind a recently adopted bylaw imposing a Business Improvement Area (BIA) upon the downtown.

Food on every table is the goal

Sea to Sky Community Services, in conjunction with Vancouver Coastal Health, are inviting all members of the community with a stake in keeping food on the table to a series of meetings in the Sea to Sky corridor.
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