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UBC scientists to protest Cheakamus plans today

Four University of British Columbia (UBC) scientists are going public with their criticism of the Cheakamus River recovery plans.

Police raid meth and crack house

Steven Hill shill@squamishchief.com Squamish RCMP executed search warrants on a residence in the 37000 block of Sixth Avenue on March 16 and 29, under the Controlled Drug and Substances Act.

Linux lovers unite

Dee-Ann LeBlanc Special to The Chief The Mountain Linux User Group (www.mountainlinux.ca) is forming in the Sea to Sky Corridor, centered in Squamish. Its first meeting will be held on April 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Losing it all for charity

Steven Hill shill@squamishchief.com For many men, going bald is probably one of the worst things that could happen, but for Brian Thompson, losing his long blond locks is a tradition meant to honour others in his family.

Heritage Park Happenings

As we head into another year, a year that will see the West Coast Railway Heritage Park embark on its next major expansion, we focus this month on the contribution made to the community of Squamish through both continued development and through opera

More rooms at the inn needed for Olympics: VANOC

Heidi VanLith Special to The Chief 2010 Olympic officials require approximately 3,000 high-quality rooms throughout the Sea to Sky corridor to house the International Olympic Committee, the National Olympic Committees from participating nations, and

Money helps Sea to Sky students get healthier

Sylvie Paillard spaillard@squamishchief.com Even one of the fittest areas in Canada can use student fitness and health programs.

Still going strong

One down and how many more to go? Depends on the response from the senior drivers in Squamish.

Tales of lakes and lizards for leadership

Steven Hill shill@squamishchief.com While Squamish residents Jim and Claire Harvey were working and traveling the world having adventures, little did they know their exploits would years later benefit students in their hometown.

Rebuilding the downtown

Sylvie Paillard spaillard@squamishchief.com Downtown businesses will benefit from a cash infusion of $4 million to $5 million once the Waterfront Landing development is complete, said Sam Hanson, managing partner of the Pridham Development Inc.
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