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Despite drop in sales, Squamish home prices increase in 2022

Despite drop in sales, Squamish home prices increase in 2022

Prices are currently lower than the 2022 peak, says chief economist of the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
District of Squamish council critical of Fortis-to-Woodfibre LNG pipeline timing

District of Squamish council critical of Fortis-to-Woodfibre LNG pipeline timing

Municipal council says FortisBC's decision to bring workers to town before employee accommodations have been constructed will endanger local housing, tourism and more.
Search for missing Britannia Beach man ends tragically

Search for missing Britannia Beach man ends tragically

Ryosuke Motoike was recently found deceased. Police say they will not be releasing any other information at this time.
This is what caused the Squamish lift station failure at Queens Way

This is what caused the Squamish lift station failure at Queens Way

Municipal officials reveal new details about the event that caused sewage to be dumped into the Estuary.
Court denies province's appeal to reject Greengen lawsuit

Court denies province's appeal to reject Greengen lawsuit

Following a seven-year delay, lawsuit over Squamish-area hydropower project will go to trial.
Sea to Sky survey says? Researchers want to know what you know about volcanoes

Sea to Sky survey says? Researchers want to know what you know about volcanoes

SFU's Centre for Natural Hazards Research has launched the Volcanic Hazards Awareness and Knowledge Survey.
Squamish organization partners with others to reduce costs for activities

Squamish organization partners with others to reduce costs for activities

Tantalus Wellspring Society partnered with businesses to reduce the cost of activities that help with mental and physical wellness.
Federal government announces funding to local non-profit

Federal government announces funding to local non-profit

Sea to Sky Community Services to receive about $135,000 for upgrades to Pemberton Food Bank.
Indigenous and want to learn a trade in the Sea to Sky?

Indigenous and want to learn a trade in the Sea to Sky?

Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw Training and Trades Centre offering upcoming courses: project management, carpentry and women in trades program.
Nordic World Ski Championships have ‘unbelievable' impacts on Squamish

Nordic World Ski Championships have ‘unbelievable' impacts on Squamish

‘We’re using every restaurant, every hotel, every possible person that knows about nordic,’ says local organizer.
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