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Recognize these bikes, Squamish?

Recognize these bikes, Squamish?

RCMP want to return recovered bikes to their rightful owners.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since February

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since February

Province has 46 more COVID-19 patients in hospitals than it had a week ago
Construction to soon begin on new Squamish boutique hotel

Construction to soon begin on new Squamish boutique hotel

The 48-unit Beldi hotel will draw inspiration from classic mountain huts of the Alps, says local behind the project.
Sea to Sky transit strike to continue as talks fail

Sea to Sky transit strike to continue as talks fail

After one day of negotiating with a mediator, both union and employer have again declared an impasse.
Growth and affordability are concerns for Squamish’s Garibaldi Estates

Growth and affordability are concerns for Squamish’s Garibaldi Estates

District of Squamish staff report on locals' input regarding the upcoming neighbourhood plan.
Male survivors of intimate partner violence often suffer in secret

Male survivors of intimate partner violence often suffer in secret

Online event 'Responding More Effectively to Men's Experiences of Victimization' is on May 19.
Squamish SAR member leads medical assistance team in Ukraine

Squamish SAR member leads medical assistance team in Ukraine

David Thanh's team has taken the role of stand-in family doctors and pharmacists for those who no longer have access to those services.
What is it like to live with schizophrenia?

What is it like to live with schizophrenia?

Q&A: Tiktoker shares his experiences with mental illness in the hopes of debunking myths and challenging stereotypes.
Free program aims to boost electric home heating in Squamish

Free program aims to boost electric home heating in Squamish

Service assists homeowners with installation of electric heating.
Parties in Sea to Sky transit strike agree to resume negotiations

Parties in Sea to Sky transit strike agree to resume negotiations

Representatives from Pacific Western Transportation and Unifor Local 114 haven't met since late March.