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Editorial: Stop letting your dogs chase geese, Squamish

Editorial: Stop letting your dogs chase geese, Squamish

'Is it OK to let our dogs chase these less than stellar fowl to distraction at local fields?'
Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

Most Canadians agree on steps toward Indigenous reconciliation: poll

More than four in five Canadians say it is important to end long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and to end bias against Indigenous Canadians in the justice system
Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

Opinion: 'No shot, no job' — holdouts forced to face new reality

There are eight communities in the Interior where the first dose vaccination rate is in the low 70s.
Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

Canadians’ faith in the country’s health-care system still strong

About 3 in 5 Canadians think there are good things in the system, but many say changes are needed
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I’m reminded to remember

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I’m reminded to remember

Mary Letson reflects on the lessons and people who got her through cancer treatment
Letter: About the District of Squamish Recreation survey

Letter: About the District of Squamish Recreation survey

'There is a lack of understanding by the District staff about the needs, and future numbers, of seniors.'
Letter: Help erase bullying in Squamish

Letter: Help erase bullying in Squamish

'A thousand pinpricks to my heart.' That’s how one student describes the bullying they experience at school.
Letter: A poem for the Stawamus Chief

Letter: A poem for the Stawamus Chief

'Sweet Stawamus' is a poem by Squamish's Lauren Joy Patar.
Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Opinion: Henry’s office dodged seniors advocate

Isobel Mackenzie did not receive face-to-face input from provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry for her review of COVID-19 outbreaks in care homes.
Opinion: Squamish youth need just as much help as children

Opinion: Squamish youth need just as much help as children

'There are more services for youth coming to Squamish, such as Foundry Sea to Sky. But, one new addition, coupled with the subtraction of the old Youth Centre, won’t be enough to support the needs of all the youth.'