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Campfire ban coming to Squamish on May 16

Campfire ban coming to Squamish on May 16

District announces campfire ban beginning on May 16 at noon.
Garibaldi at Squamish sale OK’d, despite provincial opposition

Garibaldi at Squamish sale OK’d, despite provincial opposition

‘Aquilini remains committed to developing a world-class all-season resort,’ reads the project’s website after the decision.
Aurora lights up Squamish

Aurora lights up Squamish

The Northern Lights were in full display this weekend
‘On the public record’: Squamish council receive FortisBC letter

‘On the public record’: Squamish council receive FortisBC letter

The letter from a lead company associated with the Eagle Mountain-Woodfibre Natural Gas Project touches on accommodations and community safety
Traffic moving after vehicle incident between Furry Creek and Britannia Beach

Traffic moving after vehicle incident between Furry Creek and Britannia Beach

Traffic moving between Furry Creek and Britannia Beach on the Sea to Sky Highway.
Squamish council says ‘hell yeah’ to giving up powers to approve parental leave

Squamish council says ‘hell yeah’ to giving up powers to approve parental leave

Council signed off on parental leave for one member, but want the province to change rules so elected officials can take parental leave without colleague approval
Bailey Street development in Squamish clears another hurdle

Bailey Street development in Squamish clears another hurdle

Squamish council gave second reading to rezoning for the ‘Village on Bailey’ proposed development on the edge of downtown Squamish, paving the way for a future public hearing.
Floatel can navigate choppy waters with Squamish: WLNG

Floatel can navigate choppy waters with Squamish: WLNG

WLNG president Christine Kennedy said they were committed to finding a path forward with the District.
Squamish police report another vehicle theft

Squamish police report another vehicle theft

Two were arrested on May 9 for the theft of a vehicle in Paradise Valley
'It was a nightmare': Family recounts traumatic Squamish incident

'It was a nightmare': Family recounts traumatic Squamish incident

A vehicle dragged a stroller with a baby inside it for blocks, while a grandmother faces a long recovery from head trauma.
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