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Knife-wielding man attacks RCMP officer

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] An unnamed 53-year-old Squamish resident faces numerous charges after allegedly attacking RCMP officers with a knife.

SODC says no to Chamber forum, plans own meeting

The Squamish Oceanfront Development Corporation (SODC) won't be attending a Squamish Chamber of Commerce public forum on its joint venture union with Qualex-Landmark to develop Squamish's waterfront, choosing instead to hold their own session to intr

Developers courted SND heavily in 2005 campaign

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Squamish New Directions (SND) did better at the cash box than the ballot box in last fall's municipal elections, thanks in large part to heavy backing from the development community.

Local shooter's images now air mail

Since 1992, local photographer Garry Cotter has been enduring G forces and airsickness while capturing spectacular images from Canadian Forces Snowbirds' cockpits. Now the grueling work has paid off.

WorkSafe surplus 'shameful': SDLC

WorkSafe B.C. has announced their financial turn around from a $500-million deficit to a $300 million dollar surplus and the local labour committee is calling the recent claims "outrageous" and "shameful.

How you can help SEP help you

Jane Emerick [email protected] The Squamish Emergency Program Society (SEPS) needs equipment and they are asking the community to help fundraise for the group that tirelessly volunteers its time to keep Squamish safe.

Squamish won federal riding for Liberals

Squamish voters accounted for more than the 973-vote difference between winner Liberal Blair Wilson and Conservative runner-up John Weston in the Jan. 23 federal election.

Giving back to the community at the soccer field

Jane Emerick [email protected] She is the girl you see every Sunday morning at the soccer field. She serves you a $1 coffee, makes you a hamburger, or sells you a selection of candy she proportioned in plastic bags.

Environmentalists want Meighan route changed

Steven Hill [email protected] Members of the Squamish Streamkeepers want to see an alternative to a proposed road over the sensitive Meighan Creek system.

Squamish transit service ends

David Burke Whistler Question The four-month Squamish-Whistler transit pilot project came to an end last week, but officials in both communities are hopeful that a permanent service will be established in the future, perhaps by this fall.
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