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The Squamish Connector receives $128,000 boost from provincial government

The Squamish Connector receives $128,000 boost from provincial government

Co-owner Felipe Angel said the regional transit business hopes to add more departures from Vancouver and Squamish at a future date.
No Squamish SAR calls over the long weekend.

No Squamish SAR calls over the long weekend.

Squamish Search and Rescue haven't needed to rescue anyone since last Monday
B.C. sets record for new COVID-19 cases on April 2, and again April 3

B.C. sets record for new COVID-19 cases on April 2, and again April 3

Province also sets records for new daily vaccinations in past two days.
Pharmacies to receive additional AstraZeneca vaccines after ‘overwhelming’ response

Pharmacies to receive additional AstraZeneca vaccines after ‘overwhelming’ response

Vaccine available for ages 55 to 65 at four pharmacies in Whistler, and three in Squamish
Squamish Nation is ready to take legal action against CN Rail for ongoing disruptions

Squamish Nation is ready to take legal action against CN Rail for ongoing disruptions

"CN is showing the highest levels of disrespect to Indigenous peoples with their actions.”
New COVID-19 cases remain elevated, as B.C. reports five new deaths

New COVID-19 cases remain elevated, as B.C. reports five new deaths

Number of people vaccinated at least once in B.C. passes 700,000.
A ginormous full 'pink supermoon' is set to dazzle Vancouver skies

A ginormous full 'pink supermoon' is set to dazzle Vancouver skies

Mark your calendars, sky-watchers.
A $700,000 provincial grant will help upgrade Squamish Adventure Centre

A $700,000 provincial grant will help upgrade Squamish Adventure Centre

Work to begin by Dec. 31, following community engagement and design.
Fish can't read the signs, but hopefully, anglers will

Fish can't read the signs, but hopefully, anglers will

New Squamish Valley signage for fishers spearheaded by local guides.
COVID-19 exposures prompt about 180 Sea to Sky students to self-monitor

COVID-19 exposures prompt about 180 Sea to Sky students to self-monitor

The exposures in Squamish and the Sea to Sky happened between March 2 to 19.