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Updated: One person in serious condition after Sea to Sky Highway crash Friday

Updated: One person in serious condition after Sea to Sky Highway crash Friday

Incident Friday happened at about 2 p.m. near Stawamus Chief parking lot; speed was a factor, police say.
Whistler's Claire Buchar rides again to spotlight ovarian cancer research

Whistler's Claire Buchar rides again to spotlight ovarian cancer research

The retired World Cup athlete will mount up on April 6 for a 50-kilometre fundraiser through Squamish
Editorial: Do those who come to Squamish for adventure always know the risks?

Editorial: Do those who come to Squamish for adventure always know the risks?

'As AdventureSmart stresses, there’s personal responsibility involved, but it should also be more of a societal responsibility to share the known risks, especially given that corridor economies are benefiting from their visits.'
Funding secured to protect Area C community from debris flow

Funding secured to protect Area C community from debris flow

Catiline Creek will be widened to allow significant debris from Twin Goat Mountain to safely pass through Lillooet Lake Estates
Violent crime and property crime in Squamish rise in 2023

Violent crime and property crime in Squamish rise in 2023

Police say increase could be result of victims feeling more comfortable to report crimes.
District of Lillooet repeats calls for rail passenger service

District of Lillooet repeats calls for rail passenger service

The community’s only public transport link to Whistler stopped earlier this year
Opinion: Space, the final Squamish frontier

Opinion: Space, the final Squamish frontier

'While on sabbatical from her teaching post at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, A.Z., astronomy professor Lori Prause said she has a mission to present the miracle of the skies wherever she goes.' 
Opinion: B.C. gov short-term rental rules only put more renters into bad situations

Opinion: B.C. gov short-term rental rules only put more renters into bad situations

May 1 marks a turning point for short-term vacation rentals in B.C.
Letter: Support for Paradise Trails development

Letter: Support for Paradise Trails development

'District of Squamish, let’s get on with it!'
Letter: CapU looks forward to serving Squamish

Letter: CapU looks forward to serving Squamish

'Accessible, high-quality early childhood education is essential for every community, but especially for rapidly changing and growing communities like Squamish.'
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