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A long, busy July weekend for Squamish Search and Rescue

A long, busy July weekend for Squamish Search and Rescue

Crews have responded to 70 calls so far this year, up from 41 in 2020.
Squamish in mourning after tragic Highway 99 crash

Squamish in mourning after tragic Highway 99 crash

Town rallies to support families of teens involved in fatal collision.
Lytton evacuee recovering in Squamish after losing home and livelihood to wildfire

Lytton evacuee recovering in Squamish after losing home and livelihood to wildfire

A fundraiser has been launched for Daniel Calderoni, who barely escaped the blaze with his life
B.C. confirms 84 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 147,705

B.C. confirms 84 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 147,705

There are 729 active cases of COVID-19 in the province
Help save migrating toadlets by avoiding these Squamish trails

Help save migrating toadlets by avoiding these Squamish trails

'Local conservationists also ask sightings be reported'
Squamish residents quickly organize to bring help to Lytton evacuees

Squamish residents quickly organize to bring help to Lytton evacuees

'It's doing good for other people, and that's kind of what we do in Squamish'
Canada Day a time to mourn and reflect, says residential school survivor

Canada Day a time to mourn and reflect, says residential school survivor

‘I know you don’t understand, but I want you to not pretend it didn’t happen, either. It happened,’ says Squamish’s Perry Omeasoo
'Even young people die in the heat': The stages of heat stroke

'Even young people die in the heat': The stages of heat stroke

B.C. has recorded nearly 500 sudden deaths since the heat wave began.
Too hot to handle

Too hot to handle

Historic heatwave grips Squamish
B.C. administers five millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose

B.C. administers five millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose

Province records no deaths in two straight days for first time since October.