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Litter woes

Editor, I've read the occasional letter complaining about the litter around Squamish. From my observations, I don't believe the problem is with our good residents but with our garbage collection system.

Visit our Canada club, eh?

Story: It's Olympics time, and that means it's time to celebrate and cheer on Canada's athletes as they participate in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

Don't limit council access

Editor, I think restricting access is a very importantissue that deserves far more clarification in any procedural bylaw ["Bylaw changes 'troubling' Patterson," The Chief, Jan. 22].

Wear red with pride

A popular place to be during the Olympics will be the Squamish Spirit Centre (Brennan Park Recreation Centre) and the place will definitely be decked out in RED. Wear red and skate free on Friday, Feb. 12 between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.

Parting is such sweet sorrow

When the head of British Columbia's civil service announced she was stepping aside, Premier Gordon Campbell told reporters in Victoria that Jessica MacDonald would "be here for a 90 day transition period" to offer her successor Allan Seckel support.

Ginger packs some heat

Apropos to my current situation of first trimester nausea, I'd like to believe that I am single-handedly keeping the ginger industry afloat.

Troubling indeed

Editor, Re: Procedural bylaw - limiting access ["Bylaw changes 'troubling' Patterson," The Chief, Jan. 22]. Be afraid, be very afraid. We have a mini wannabe Harper in the house. Mr.

Editorial: Survivor Squamish

The recent resignations, firing and retiring of so many top level District of Squamish staffers is drawing increasing parallels to the TV show Survivor - each week we're left wondering "Who will be next?" To recap, since the resignation (with severan

The problem with VANOC #2,010

Do you remember all those pitches from VANOC asking for the good people of Squamish to open their homes and their hearts to the world? For VANOC, it was simply a way of dealing with the multitudes of people coming to the Sea to Sky Corridor to work,

Excitement builds as torch approaches

Excitement is building as the Squamish Torch Relay Community Celebration draws nearer. There is sure to be a large turnout (like in the thousands) of residents who won't want to miss this once in a lifetime event.
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