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Highway to hell

This week another life was lost on the Sea to Sky Highway - the second motorcyclist to be killed on the highway since January, and the accident involved three bikers, three separate vehicles and an eight-hour closure of the highway.

Letters to the editor

Everyone's concern Editor, The eight-hour closure of the Sea to Sky highway Saturday Feb. 11, has been so self destructive for our morale and economy that I must write about it.

What's going on?

So, what's happening? That was the question on many people's lips and on many people's minds at the Open House Wednesday (Feb. 8) at the Adventure Centre dealing with the CN/Cheakamus spill.

Letters to the editor

The height of hypocrisy? Editor, I find it ironic that representatives of Squamish Nation are upset at the SLRD for its decision to postpone the Ashlu rezoning application for private power.

A place for everyone in Squamish

Maybe it's the fact that Valentine's Day is almost upon us that's got me gushing, but there are times when I love this town.

Return to the Ashlu

It's hard to believe that the simple and beautiful waters of a local river can create such a tempest as has the Ashlu.

Letters to the editor

Trails were government-approved: SORCA Editor, I wish to set the record straight with regards to the following statement by Jerry Kenna of B.C.

(Looking for) truth in adventurizing

Well Squamish, the future is coming fast and it's time to once and for all decide what we would like to be when we get older (acknowledging that we'll never grow up).

In the name of freedom

Is having a right the same as having a choice? I have a right to vote, but do I have a right not to vote? I'm always astounded at how many answer 'No' to this question. Those are the same people who claim to be freedom-loving fighters of democracy.

Letters to the editor

Don't pillage the Plunge Editor, I really don't want the Plunge to be logged because it is my favourite trail and my sister and my parents like it too.