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No gold for Olympic brass

The 2010 Winter Olympics may be all about going for the gold but those running the provincial government's Olympic Games secretariat seem to be having trouble just reaching the finishing line.

Dr. Kindree memorial held next week

It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Dr. LaVerne Kindree last week. His many years of practice and service to the community will not soon be forgotten. We were all so proud of him when he received the Order of Canada. Dr.

Silence is not complicity

Editor, As a member of a community preparing to welcome the world in a few months, I was rather disturbed by an incident I witnessed at a local supermarket last weekend. Three people noticed a man in Arab clothing.

Your choice

The new B.C. laws related to speeding and drunk driving are now the toughest in Canada and the opinion spectrum is all over the road map. Under the revamped rules, testing for a blood-alcohol reading of .

TV soon to enter the third dimension

I was watching an episode of Star Trek the other day (yes, surprising isn't it?) and I found myself wishing we had their futuristic "holodeck" technology.

Seniors celebrate centre's opening

Over 100 seniors were in attendance on Wednesday, Sept. 16 when the new Squamish Seniors Centre was officially handed over from Solterra to the District of Squamish.

Is your MP3 player deafening you?

Today's portable music players offer convenience, quality and ease of use, allowing us to carry even thousands of tunes with us everywhere we go.

Education crisis is nothing new

There's a crisis in education! I know because I read the front page of last week's Chief and it told me so. I wish I could say this was news, but I've known for almost a decade that a crisis has been looming.

Does the province have money to burn?

More than a million dollars in provincial government funding has been spent bankrolling the writing of wildfire protection plans in communities across British Columbia.

Do the math

Editor, When will our local leaders stand up to the province on our behalf ["Council Split on GAS," The Chief, Sept.
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