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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Speak up or lose Cat Lake

In the Chief last week there was an article on page 8 about the Squamish Nation vs. Garibaldi at Squamish Inc. In it I noticed "...

Provincial Liberal candidate responds to teachers


Council must keep an eye on the ball


Signs of being out of date

The issue: Public event signage WE SAY: Event organizers should arrange to take them down when they're done The corner of Cleveland and Buckley Avenues is one of Squamish's highest traffic locations - and the bare lot is a natural magnet for signs of

Oceanfront Corp CEO shares vision

Mike Chin CEO, Squamish Oceanfront Development Corporation First of all, let me say that I am honoured to be given the grand opportunity to lead the development of the Squamish Oceanfront lands for the community.

Freedom of the press for sale

Unfortunately I wasn't lucky enough to have recently been called by the Provincial Liberals expensive push-polling campaign. This Bush-style campaigning involves people being asked questions like: "Were you aware that the B.C.

Industry or festivals?


Council proud of its fiscal duty

Council is very proud of our fiscal responsibility in putting together our budget this year.

'Jaded journalist' wrongly encourages vigilante justice


Get informed, say teachers

Editor, As we approach the provincial election, B.C. Liberal supporters are claiming that there have been no cuts to education under the current government, and that any staffing reductions are because of declining enrolment.
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