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Poll: More than a quarter of Squamish respondents say they can't afford to retire on time

Poll: More than a quarter of Squamish respondents say they can't afford to retire on time

The Squamish Chief polled 243 readers and asked the question: How confident are you that you are saving enough for your retirement?
Opinion: Court's decision leaves security of anonymity for the press and the public unclear

Opinion: Court's decision leaves security of anonymity for the press and the public unclear

"It is reasonable to ask now: Why would any source step forward with information if we cannot protect their identities?"
Comment: The basic health question: Who owns our bodies?

Comment: The basic health question: Who owns our bodies?

A commentary by an orthopedic surgeon, health researcher and medical director at Cambie Surgery Centre in Vancouver.
Survey: Co-ordinated government action needed to address B.C.’s housing crisis, respondents say

Survey: Co-ordinated government action needed to address B.C.’s housing crisis, respondents say

It is disheartening to find out that half of British Columbians who are not homeowners (50 per cent) do not think that they will be able to eventually buy a property.
Opinion: When the bubble bursts

Opinion: When the bubble bursts

'Every now and then, reality filters through, proving that even the most idyllic of sun-drenched Sundays can be marred by brazen violence'
Editorial: Take this heat seriously, Squamish

Editorial: Take this heat seriously, Squamish

And it should not need to be said, but please do not leave your pup in the car on a summer day — ever.
Opinion:  Who is running for Squamish council?

Opinion: Who is running for Squamish council?

'There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know.'
Letter: Death and Squamish taxes

Letter: Death and Squamish taxes

As my English aunt Gwen, used to say, 'This is NOT on!'
Letter: Story wrong on the gender gap

Letter: Story wrong on the gender gap

Canada has done great work addressing the gender pay gap.
Baldrey: CEO's firing sends warning shot across BC Ferries' bow

Baldrey: CEO's firing sends warning shot across BC Ferries' bow

Dismissal of Mark Collins signals that provincial government has no intention of letting the quasi-private company continue to do as it pleases.