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Garibaldi at Squamish ready to move ahead despite setback

The backers of the Garibaldi at Squamish four-season resort proposed for Brohm Ridge are seeing a silver lining in a court decision quashing the provincial government's approval of their project.

Army Cadets leaving Squamish for Britannia

An old school is going to have students in the halls again - but Squamish's Army Cadets are now Britannia Beach's as a result.

School board spends surplus

A surplus in the Howe Sound School District budget means more programs for students and teachers, but local teachers simply want more educators in schools.

ABOUT TOWN: It's tea time at Hilltop House

It's time once again for the annual Hilltop House Harvest Tea tomorrow (Oct. 16) from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Along with enjoying a slice of home-made pie and coffee or tea, take time to check out the items on the craft table and home baking section.

Squamish eyed by wind turbine maker

Squamish is under consideration for a wind turbine manufacturing facility that could employ more than 400 people, The Chief has learned.

Learning life lessons in tragedy

Bob McIntosh's story came home to a new generation of Squamish youth Tuesday (Oct. 12).

Movie night memories

There's no business like show business - or in the case of John Paul Jones, the movie theatre business. "It's a happy business," Jones said. "You make people happy. You escape from reality. The skinny little runt becomes Arnold for an hour.

Ex-EDO hired as District deputy administrator

Brent Leigh is coming back to the District of Squamish.

Waldorf school holds info sessions

Every now and then, as the teacher read her story, she tapped out a series notes on a mini xylophone-like instrument and sang out a vowel sound. After a few times, all the parents in the room were singing out the vowel sounds too.

Tested at the top

Jennifer Galloway does it all. She dances, sings, teaches, studies difficult high school academics, and plays the piano - with an emphasis on the piano.
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