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Tragedy leads to calls for change

Local lawmakers are calling for a series of changes on Hwy. 99 in the wake of Saturday's tragedy that saw seven local residents killed. Squamish council spent a significant amount of time Tuesday (Feb.

Seniors concerned with nutrition, transportation, safety

A survey recently conducted by the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority (VCHA) has found that many seniors in Squamish have concerns about nutrition, access to knowledge of services and transportation.

'Order of Squamish' for the King of Brackendale

The Squamish Chamber of Commerce wasn't quite finished handing out the hardware after honouring the Business Person and Citizen of the Year for 2003 at its 70th Annual General Meeting and President's Banquet Saturday night (Jan. 31).

Teams react as young teens lost in accident

Squamish not only lost seven members of the community in last Saturday's horrific accident, it also lost two young athletes who were both valuable assets to their respective teams.

A community mourns

Funeral services Friday, Saturday for seven Squamish residents killed in Sea to Sky crash Todd Lawson Chief Staff Writer The entire community of Squamish was thrown into a state of shock and disbelief last Saturday (Jan.

More BCRail lands coming to District

A group of citizens has begun to create a vision for the future of Squamish's waterfront - a vision which may broaden to include more land. During council's meeting Tuesday (Feb.

Cause of crash may never be determined

We may never know what caused the deaths of seven Squamish residents following a traffic accident that won't be soon forgotten. Cpl. Dave Ritchie of the Squamish RCMP, an expert in accident investigation, said on Wednesday (Feb.

ABOUT TOWN: Scouting out bottles

Scouts Canada Squamish Group in partnership with the Squamish Lions Club is holding a bottle/food drive Saturday (Jan. 31) from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This event was originally planned for early January, but the severe weather caused a cancellation.

Obstetrics diversion continues at SGH

If you're an expectant mother close to your due date, you might want to check what day of the week it is before heading to the Squamish General Hospital (SGH) to have your baby delivered.

PC Thomas gets in line behind Reynolds in 2004

The right is uniting in West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast behind incumbent Member of Parliament John Reynolds in the upcoming federal election.
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