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HST a 'vote of non-confidence'

HST a 'vote of non-confidence'

EDITOR, Re. "Politics as usual," Editorial, Chief, Sept. 2.
Limited by our own creativity

Limited by our own creativity

I may have been one of the few people in the world who didn't know what was happening on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.
Travel tales fail to inspire

Travel tales fail to inspire

EDITOR, I don't mean to be critical toward Greg Gardner's achievements as mayor.
Making a ripple in Alaska's pond

Making a ripple in Alaska's pond

"What's in a pebble?" Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty Minerals would say, "$300 billion," the estimated value of the recoverable metals contained in the Pebble Mine, a copper, gold and molybdenum deposit in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska.
Not-so-grand Fondo

Not-so-grand Fondo

EDITOR, I like how "stakeholders" are on board with this plan, such as the police who are great to have on board when many of their members aren't from Squamish and are basically working this event, not having to endure it - they can just turn on the
Prayers welcome, needed

Prayers welcome, needed

EDITOR, Re: "Building a quiet oasis," (Chief, Aug. 26) by Rebecca Aldous. A quiet oasis of prayerful nuns is needed and most welcome. It is no accident that they are here in our midst.
Politics as usual

Politics as usual

In one sense, Christy Clark is probably correct in her assertion that British Columbians don't want an election this fall.
'Quilt Sew Day' coming up

'Quilt Sew Day' coming up

As it is back to school day for students on Tuesday (Sept. 6), motorists are reminded of the speed limit in school areas. They may not admit it, but I think most children are happy to be going back to school.
Dog tags' return sought

Dog tags' return sought

EDITOR, On July 21, 2010, we lost our beloved chocolate lab, Murphy, to cancer. This year, on July 21, we placed a memorial at Nexen Beach in the form of a geocache (www.geocaching.com).
Shame on you, Mr. Kent

Shame on you, Mr. Kent

EDITOR, Thank goodness in Squamish we have the Squamish CAN group doing so many things for us and pushing our community towards a lower environmental footprint, and thank goodness here in B.C.
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