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Help for women

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Abused women residing in four Howe Sound First Nations communities will soon have access to help much closer to home.

Mental health help on the way

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] The Sea to Sky is receiving a badly needed expansion to its mental health and addictions services, according to Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).

The sounds of Brackendale

Listen carefully and the rushing sound you can hear is the strong wind of community activism gaining velocity in Brackendale.

Locals put Peru in My Backyard

Jane Emerick Special to The Chief A mountain bike movie exploring the soul of the sport, has led five Squamish residents to Peru, the home of Inca trails, archeological wonders and the world's highest mountain bike race.

Residents clash over recovery house

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Residents from all over Squamish packed City Hall last Thursday (March 9) to hear about a recovery support house intended for a former Brackendale bed and breakfast on Depot Road at Hwy. 99.

Bright lights, small town

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] A new Squamish industry may be in the works. Locals are already feeling the benefits of a potential locally based TV series with the initial pilot episode currently in production.

Council updates budget numbers

Steven Hill [email protected] Squamish Council made a few changes to the municipality's proposed budget Tuesday (March 7) in a Committee of the Whole meeting.

Weekly steps towards completing the Britannia Project

Revitalization changes at the B.C. Museum of Mining will be happening weekly, according to the organization's director Kirstin Clausen.

Back from Torino

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country MP Blair Wilson may be struggling with the quagmire of federal bureaucracy as the Conservatives attempt to organize Ottawa, but he is open for business.

Carney neighbours want odour gone

Steven Hill [email protected] A delegation of business owners and at least one homeowner on Tuesday (March 7) told Squamish Council they wanted action taken on the odour problem at Carney's Organic Recycling facility.
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