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What is happening with utility payments in The Main?

What is happening with utility payments in The Main?

The District of Squamish says there are 20 accounts still owing as of Jan. 6. Some residents previously complained they were being billed incorrectly.
Small Business BC award nominations now open

Small Business BC award nominations now open

Eligible Sea to Sky businesses could earn $10,000 in prize money, if they win one of the four awards.
Man suspected of throwing objects at Squamish cars arrested

Man suspected of throwing objects at Squamish cars arrested

RCMP say they believe at least two people involved in throwing objects at cars on Highway 99.
Without cash injection, Squamish Constellation Festival unlikely in 2023

Without cash injection, Squamish Constellation Festival unlikely in 2023

‘The Squamish Constellation Festival has never needed an angel more,’ says co-founder.
Stay out of Squamish Estuary water, warns District

Stay out of Squamish Estuary water, warns District

Muni installs warning signage urging people to avoid water activity in some areas of the estuary after sewage and greywater were discharged Saturday.
Is Squamish the bedroom community of Whistler?

Is Squamish the bedroom community of Whistler?

About 36% of people travel outside of town to get to work, according to the 2021 census. Where they go may surprise you.
Meet the regalia creator lauded for her vibrant ribbon skirts

Meet the regalia creator lauded for her vibrant ribbon skirts

Kanani Nahanee has crafted traditional skirts for Indigenous communities the country over
Province announces 'one-stop shop' for homebuilding permits

Province announces 'one-stop shop' for homebuilding permits

B.C. Premier David Eby says the changes will help speed up provincial permitting approvals and home construction in the face of a housing crisis, but builders say they don't address the biggest hurdle.
Emergency response over, District thanks Squamish for its support

Emergency response over, District thanks Squamish for its support

Lift station fixes working; residents' water conservation helped, District says.
Residents no longer have to conserve water: District of Squamish

Residents no longer have to conserve water: District of Squamish

Residents in neighbourhoods south of Mamquam River can once again use water for laundry, dishwashing and the like.
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