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Empty Squamish tables

Empty Squamish tables

Restaurants grappling with how to brave a three-week shutdown of indoor dining
Record number of new infections pushes B.C. past 100,000 known COVID-19 cases

Record number of new infections pushes B.C. past 100,000 known COVID-19 cases

B.C. recorded 1,013 cases in the past day, for a total of 100,048.
Dr. Bonnie Henry, Greta Thunberg to receive honorary UBC degrees

Dr. Bonnie Henry, Greta Thunberg to receive honorary UBC degrees

“Dr. Henry and Ms. Thunberg have served as leading voices in the midst of two of the most significant crises we collectively have ever faced: the global pandemic and climate change."
Quest University's landlord says proposed District of Squamish zoning amendment may be unlawful

Quest University's landlord says proposed District of Squamish zoning amendment may be unlawful

Primacorp says tying its land too closely to the Squamish school will cause financing problems.
Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. at year high, as record number of new variant cases discovered

Active COVID-19 infections in B.C. at year high, as record number of new variant cases discovered

No new deaths from COVID-19, so B.C.'s death toll stays at 1,455.
Efforts underway to create a UNESCO Geopark in the Sea to Sky

Efforts underway to create a UNESCO Geopark in the Sea to Sky

The Sea to Sky Fire and Ice Aspiring Geopark project includes four upcoming sites in Whistler. The ultimate aim is to create educational sites from Mount Meager to Squamish’s Howe Sound that will inform tourists about geological formations and the culture connected to them.
Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Squamish crews rescue a man who fell from Stawamus Chief

Rescuers are also preparing for a greater influx of backcountry recreationalists, following Whistler Blackcomb's closure.
Squamish Library mulls safety protocols following North Vancouver stabbings

Squamish Library mulls safety protocols following North Vancouver stabbings

The library will be checking in with other branches to talk about security.
Updated: Whistler Blackcomb closed for three weeks

Updated: Whistler Blackcomb closed for three weeks

Rising cases in Whistler cited for temporary closure
Indoor dining at B.C. restaurants suspended due to COVID-19 case surge

Indoor dining at B.C. restaurants suspended due to COVID-19 case surge

Restaurants across British Columbia must suspend indoor dining due to rising coronavirus (COVID-19) case numbers in the province.