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Campaign to vote on Nexen land deal under way

It has taken more than a month, but organized opposition is mounting against the Nexen land deal. But the push may be too little, too late as a counter petition process comes to a close on Tuesday (July 6) at 4 p.m.

Going to Camp Rock

This isn't your average, ordinary summer camp for kids.

TD Bank wants branch on 99 in Business Park

It has been decades since the opening of a chartered bank branch in Squamish and Toronto Dominion Bank wants that to change. The national banking institution is working with Preferred Trading Ltd.

ABOUT TOWN: Go Italiano for Garibaldi Days

This is the first annual Garibaldi Day in Squamish and many celebrations are planned beginning with a special public presentation at the Squamish Public Library of historic artifacts pertaining to the life of Giuseppe Garibaldi.

HERITAGE PARK HAPPENINGS: Heritage Park celebrates 10 years on the rails

The West Coast Railway Heritage Park will reach a significant milestone on July 10, 2004, as the park celebrates 10 years since first opening its gates to visitors.

Celebrating Garibaldi

On July 4, 1859, the H.M.S. Plumper, a naval sloop under the command of Captain George Richards, sailed into the Howe Sound on a four-year coastline survey mission of British Columbia.

Reynolds the target at election forum

All the candidates were there, but the person Squamish residents most wanted to hear from was John Reynolds.

Man thrown 40 metres in high-speed car crash

A high-speed drive down the Sea to Sky Highway ended last Friday morning with a dramatic crash. According to Cpl. Dave Ritchie of the Squamish RCMP, a north bound RCMP vehicle was passed by a southbound red 2001 Ford Mustang at 12:58 a.m.

No Wal-Mart public meeting until fall

Developer had wanted meeting in early July John French Chief Staff Writer Those who want a say in the rezoning of the property commonly know as the Wal-Mart lands will have to wait, as Squamish's most anticipated public hearing in recent memory will

Local buys first SSU lots

The first homes in Squamish's new university neighbourhood should be under construction some time after April of next year. The leaders of the not-for-profit Sea to Sky University (SSU) signed a deal with First Cambridge Capital Inc.
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