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Ominous signs

Ominous signs

It's another ominous sign, to be sure.
Gondola backed

Gondola backed

EDITOR, The Sea to Sky Gondola project is an amazing opportunity for Squamish on so many levels.
A sea of plastic, indeed

A sea of plastic, indeed

If a plastic bottle cap is thrown on the ground in Squamish rather than in the waste bin, what happens to it? During the next big rainstorm, that bottle cap is likely to be washed into the nearest creek, from where it will likely make its way into a
Don't take it for grunted er, granted

Don't take it for grunted… er, granted

In a popular joke, the pig complains that we take him for grunted.
Gondola moving along smoothly, so far

Gondola moving along smoothly, so far

So what is the difference between a '60s love-in and the recent Sea to Sky Gondola presentation held at the Brew Pub? The quick answer is, other than the passage of 50 years, there is no difference.
Small-lot thoughts, questions

Small-lot thoughts, questions

EDITOR, It seems Squamish is on the verge of being awash with tiny houses on tiny lots. There has been a small-lot movement afoot in B.C. for a decade or two. The original reason was for areas of suburban renewal, to create two lots out of one.
Expedite zoning process, please

Expedite zoning process, please

Editor's note: This is a copy of a letter to Squamish's mayor and council. It was copied to The Chief for publication. Please accept this letter of support for the proposed Sea to Sky Gondola project.
No vote for what's-his-Face(book)

No vote for what's-his-Face(book)

I had a high school teacher, Brother Martin, who used to snarl at the class, "Too much is enough!" when things started getting out of hand. I'm starting to feel that way about municipal election information.
In the starting gate…

In the starting gate…

Today (Friday, Oct. 14) is a big day if you're into local politics and we are.
Fall Fair thanks

Fall Fair thanks

To the Fall Fair volunteers and attendees, The Brackendale Farmer's Institute wishes to convey a sincere thank you to all the fantastic volunteers at the 17th annual Brackendale Fall Fair.
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