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A dog's life gets better

There are music festivals, sports festivals and just about everything else for people festivals in Squamish- but until last year there was never a festival for the one beloved member of the family - the dog.

RCMP constable accused of harrassment

A member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is facing a charge of criminal harassment, The Chief has learned. The accused is Const. Steven E.

Alternate gondola route possible

Stawamus Chief friends come together John French Chief Staff Writer After a firestorm of protest this week, the men behind a proposal to put a gondola up the Stawamus Chief say they are willing to look at running the gondola from the edge of the Sea

Library opens its doors seven days a week

If your brain is hungry for more learning, you'll now be able to feed it seven days a week. The Squamish Public Library has announced that as of Wednesday (Sept.

Passing on the flame

The Squamish First Nations and the Olympics have something very much in common - fire. In most First Nations cultures, fire symbolizes the heart of the people.

PR battle over Ashlu IPP heats up

The ongoing battle between Ledcor Power and opponents of the company's plans for a power project on the Ashlu River has taken more twists and turns than the river itself - and it's only getting more heated.

Cap College to be centre for tourism leadership

An expanded Capilano College campus in Squamish will be at the forefront of tourism training and leadership in B.C. The provincial government announced on Monday (Aug.

Chamber of Commerce president lands DOS job

The president of the Squamish Chamber of Commerce is now working for the District of Squamish (DOS). Gord Prescott signed a six-month contract with the district and agreed to act as the district's Manager of Operations.

CYNICAL SUNSHINE: Burn it, pave it, gondola it

I should not be typing this, but I am, and that scares me. "They want to fence off the 2nd peak of the Chief to put a gondola up there.

Fall Fair the natural choice for 10 years

It's a throwback to the olden days, when food was fresh and natural and fun was measured in the smiles on kids' faces.
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