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Squamish’s beloved Sarah Burke’s powerful influence lives on

Squamish’s beloved Sarah Burke’s powerful influence lives on

Seven Olympic athletes competing in Beijing — three on Team Canada — previously received scholarships from the foundation formed in Burke's memory.
Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

'Frontlines' shows health-care workers' relationships to climbing amid the pandemic
Freestyle skiing gold medallist from Squamish to compete in Beijing Olympics

Freestyle skiing gold medallist from Squamish to compete in Beijing Olympics

After recovering from a major injury, Cassie Sharpe seeks to defend her crown.
Squamish trail builders call attention to lengthy approval processes

Squamish trail builders call attention to lengthy approval processes

With 50 staff and an $8-million operating budget, Recreation Sites and Trails BC has "fallen under the radar" of government priorities, according to Louise Pedersen, executive director of the Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C.
New cricket club bounces into Squamish

New cricket club bounces into Squamish

'Anyone and everyone is welcome,' says vice president.
Online petition launched for covered skateboard area in Squamish

Online petition launched for covered skateboard area in Squamish

The petition has over 900 signatures to date; District invites feedback from the community.
Squamish's adult swim club more popular than ever

Squamish's adult swim club more popular than ever

Co-ordinator of Squamish Titans says a long waitlist has been created, as there's not enough space in the pool.
Squamish locals ski the Stawamus Chief

Squamish locals ski the Stawamus Chief

Adventurers make a rare descent of the North Gully thanks to their wicked skills — and perhaps climate change.
Unusually cold conditions make Squamish an ice-climbing haven

Unusually cold conditions make Squamish an ice-climbing haven

New and rarely repeated routes ascended by climbers as a result of arctic outflow.
Skating into 2022 with optimism

Skating into 2022 with optimism

Squamish's Skate Sea2Sky club taking to the ice for its winter season Jan. 10.
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