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Bylaw's just chicken feathers

Bylaw's just chicken feathers

EDITOR, I recently learned that the Willmot family, after much pleading with the DOS, and despite community support, has been forced to surrender its chickens. Why? Because having backyard chickens has been deemed a bear attractant.
Panda diplomacy comes to B.C.

Panda diplomacy comes to B.C.

"From Russia without love.
Pay issue raises a hackle or two

Pay issue raises a hackle or two

Forgive me if I'm confused, but did I read that brazen appeal emanating from 37955 Second Ave.
Gondola proposal opposed

Gondola proposal opposed

The following is an edited version of a letter sent to Premier Christy Clark, Minister of Environment Terry Lake, Chief Ian Campbell, Squamish Mayor Rob Kirkham, SLRD Chair Susan Gimse and Sea to Sky Gondola Corp.
Riots in the age of technology

Riots in the age of technology

I'm a big fan of television programs like "The World's Dumbest Criminals," where video surveillance shows inept thieves failing miserably at their petty crimes.
Spring has sprung in the garden

Spring has sprung in the garden

Winter is on the other side, and people are flocking into their gardens. It makes my heart sing. There are a few spring chores you should be tackling at the moment which will help get your garden off and running for the growing season.
Creating a lasting community legacy

Creating a lasting community legacy

Council has established its priorities for moving the community forward. We refer to them as council priorities.
Mom changes 'herstory'

Mom changes 'herstory'

I've often found inspiration in the things I read, but nowadays most of my reading is stuff I find on the Internet.
Not just whistlin' in the wind

Not just whistlin' in the wind

EDITOR, Train whistles or not ("Cash needed to silence train whistles: report," Chief, March 9), I marvel at Coun.
Clarification draws response

Clarification draws response

EDITOR, I read with interest the clarification B.C. Hydro's Dave Conway made in response to Nicole Trigg's thoughtful article on our documentary film Peace Out ("Site C issues clarified," Letters, Chief, March 16). It's a shame Mr.
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