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Indigenous writer Billy-Ray Belcourt to do reading in Squamish

Indigenous writer Billy-Ray Belcourt to do reading in Squamish

Hosted by the library, Belcourt will also answer questions at the Eagle Eye Theatre on June 11.
Home & Garden: Creating a climate-conscious gardening culture in the Sea to Sky

Home & Garden: Creating a climate-conscious gardening culture in the Sea to Sky

Kathryn Weiler of Hawthorn Landscape Design shares tips & insights on lessening your yard’s environmental impact.
Letter: Healing as a community—The role of Sea to Sky Hospice

Letter: Healing as a community—The role of Sea to Sky Hospice

Exploring the crucial role of community in the healing journey: A personal story of loss, diagnosis, and the embrace of hospice care.
Editorial: We need a provincial campfire ban now, not just a Squamish one

Editorial: We need a provincial campfire ban now, not just a Squamish one

'Yes, we all love roasting marshmallows around a campfire—it is fun—but surely we love our forests, the jobs they provide and our backcountry oases more, don’t we?'
Opinion: Leave No Trace facts learned thanks to Gary the Grumpy Gallbladder

Opinion: Leave No Trace facts learned thanks to Gary the Grumpy Gallbladder

Did you know orange peel takes two years to decompose?
Show me the money: District of Squamish looks to borrow money for projects

Show me the money: District of Squamish looks to borrow money for projects

​​​​​​​Squamish council unanimously approved three readings of several bylaws, allowing DOS to seek residents' approval to borrow $27.5 million for local infrastructure projects.
Squamish food beat: Unique Slow Rise Bakery brings Hong Kong to Squamish

Squamish food beat: Unique Slow Rise Bakery brings Hong Kong to Squamish

The new dim sum eatery recently opened at Klahanie Campground.
Still afloat: Squamish council to reconsider LNG floatel

Still afloat: Squamish council to reconsider LNG floatel

Council voted 4-3 to reconsider Woodfibre LNG's worker accommodation application; meeting set for June 4.
Whistler's Jen Ford confirmed as NDP candidate for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Whistler's Jen Ford confirmed as NDP candidate for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

Provincial election to take place on or before Oct. 19
Photos: Whistler Blackcomb opens for summer ops

Photos: Whistler Blackcomb opens for summer ops

There were plenty of keeners ready to enjoy the sunny weather on day one of Whistler's summer operations this year
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