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Failure to communicate

This week the Chief reported that Brackendale residents are again up in arms about a project in their neighbourhood.

Bear necessities

One of the purposes of this space, is to allow the editor to postulate subjectively on issues of the day, and to call out those in power for shortcomings and presumed dereliction of duty.

Letters to the editor

Reclaiming our children Editor, We write on behalf of many families in this province, who like ourselves, are losing their children. Readers would have heard about the 14-year-old runaway girl in the Vancouver area in late January.

Long live this town of dog lovers

Squamish is a dog town. Regardless your preference of the pooch, there's no denying man's best friend has a special place in this community.

So long Woodfibre

At this time next week, some 323 workers at Woodfibre will punch out for the last time and leave behind a mill, which has been a big part of the community, even before it was rightly a community.

Letters to the editor

Brickbats for Adventure Centre Editor, I can not believe the waste of taxpayer dollars that have gone on since Ian Sutherland became mayor. We have an Adventure Centre with its costs up to $4.9 million now! What happened to the $2.

Where in the world is Wilson?

A full house of Chamber of Commerce members and paying guests arrived at Pepe and Gringo's restaurant Tuesday (Feb. 21) to hear newly elected MP Blair Wilson discuss whatever he was going to discuss.

Letters to the editor

Carney's sets record straight Editor, A number of your readers posed good questions in the most recent editions of The Chief. I want to clarify one error in fact published in a letter written by Ronaye Daly (Trashing new garbage totes) in the Feb.

When the test fails

Picture this: three qualified and experienced science teachers huddled over a grade 10 science exam trying desperately to figure out not the answers to the questions, but the questions themselves.

Garbage woes

With issues such as Adventure Centre cost overruns, oceanfront development, monster homes and the like, Squamish residents have mostly been voicing their ire over, of all things, garbage cans.