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SQUAMISH DAYS LOGGERS SPORTS: This competitor's in a different world

He certainly stands out in a sport dominated by burly North Americans, Aussies, Kiwis, Norwegians and Swedes.

Bears getting too brave at campgrounds

It's been the deadliest week in recent memory for bears in the Squamish Valley. In the past week, five bears were destroyed because they repeatedly became a risk to campers in the Alice Lake and Dryden Creek campgrounds.

Making them smile

You can see them smile as soon as they walk off the bus. Greeted by the sight of 99 shining Harley Davidsons and 20 sparkling hot rods, 70 of B.C.

ABOUT TOWN: Squamish Days ready to roll

It takes much hard work behind the scenes, including many meetings, to ensure the annual Squamish Days Loggers Sports weekend goes off without a hitch.

Councillors frustrated with university

Coun. Raj Kahlon lost his trust in the Sea to Sky University (SSU) project this week.

Fire ban back on as temps soar

The cool weather didn't last for long, and as a result the forests are in increased danger of catching fire once again.

Squamish Nation to build 1,000 homes at Porteau

The Squamish Nation recently exercised an option to buy a large parcel of land near Porteau Cove and the Nation reportedly plans to put 1,000 homes on the property.

Inviting the community in

For more than 30 years, a beautiful piece of Squamish land has been used to offer kids a home away from home.

Brohm Ridge court case on hold again

The much-delayed Garibaldi at Squamish is no closer to moving ahead following two recent developments.

Habitat Atlast a road map for planners, developers

For planners or developers wanting an in-depth look into all of the sensitive areas in the Sea to Sky corridor, they'll have to look no further than a newly published document.
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