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District seeks ownership of Fall Fair land

Jane Emerick [email protected] Members of the Brackendale Farmer's Institute are supporting the district's application for ownership of the Crown land where the Fall Fair is held, because it would protect the area from development.

Public speaks out on monster homes bylaw

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Council for the District of Squamish held a public hearing Tuesday (April 18) on the low-density residential zoning amendment bylaw proposed to regulate the size of homes in Squamish.

Miracle baby turns three

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] The baby that captured the community's heart three years ago is about to undergo one last surgery to fix his own heart.

Downtown businesses irate over 'rash' of break-ins

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Downtown business owners and representatives are speaking out following what some are calling a rash of break-ins.

Pitch in for Pitch-in Week

Steven Hill [email protected] With the coming of Spring, many people start Spring cleaning in their homes. Pitch-In Canada Week aims to see people doing the same thing for their communities.

About Town

This evening, Good Friday, the choral work The Seven Last Words from the Passion of Christ will be performed at St. John's Anglican Church (behind the Sea to Sky Hotel) at 7:30 p.m.

Still going strong

Grandparents as well as parents will be interested to learn that the annual Firefighters' Easter Egg Hunt will take place at 11 a.m.

Herring eggs dieing in Channel

Jane Emerick [email protected] Members of the Squamish Streamkeepers believe they've solved the mystery surrounding the depletion of the herring population in the Mamquam Blind Channel and are now working towards a solution to the problem.

Hats off to hat history

Allan Bishop Special to The Chief If you're a hat lover, there's an event coming to town just for you. Ivan Sayers will be coming to Squamish to present a show called Hats and Fashion from 1900s to 1970s.

Sharing cultures and art

Jane Emerick [email protected] Learning about one another through cultural sharing has led two Squamish Nation artists to Scotland for the construction of totem poles, story telling, traditional ceremonies and eventually deportation.
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