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Whistler's Creekside Husky to close Jan. 16 to 23

Whistler's Creekside Husky to close Jan. 16 to 23

Husky gas station converting to a Co-op
While respiratory illnesses level off in B.C., hospitalizations remain high

While respiratory illnesses level off in B.C., hospitalizations remain high

Dr. Bonnie Henry says this respiratory illness season has been "very unusual."
School board approves lottery pilot project for Valleycliffe Elementary

School board approves lottery pilot project for Valleycliffe Elementary

If future kindergarten enrolment outpaces capacity, then SD48 added a lottery system as one of the tools they could use.
Squamish Sandman Hotel manager decries lack of snow and ice removal during storm

Squamish Sandman Hotel manager decries lack of snow and ice removal during storm

District says Discovery Way was plowed five times between Nov. 30 and Dec. 23, 2022; priority routes are cleared first.
Smaller B.C. cities are seeing more deaths than births

Smaller B.C. cities are seeing more deaths than births

Big cities are attracting working-age people, new census data shows. Seniors, meanwhile, are choosing to move to rural communities.
Squamish RCMP detachment temporarily closed starting Jan.16

Squamish RCMP detachment temporarily closed starting Jan.16

Most services available interim at Municipal Hall during renovations.
Here's what the provincial opposition leader has to say about regional transit and higher gas prices in Squamish

Here's what the provincial opposition leader has to say about regional transit and higher gas prices in Squamish

BC Liberal Party leader Kevin Falcon touches on issues facing the town.
More than 87% of Squamish Nation members voted to reclaim control over education. Here's what that means

More than 87% of Squamish Nation members voted to reclaim control over education. Here's what that means

"We can move further with our heads held high," says Nation spokesperson Sxwíxwtn Wilson Williams.
Police oversight agency rules officers not at fault in Under One Roof death

Police oversight agency rules officers not at fault in Under One Roof death

The IIO investigated after a Squamish man in distress died at the housing facility while officers were on the scene.
Squamish Police briefs

Squamish Police briefs

Pedestrian struck. Arson. Threats. Impaired driving.
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