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Brackendale residents want signage


Principal editorial disappoints, offends


Sadness over loss of recycle centre


Put Parliament on the road

Summer is here and it's time for barbecue season. For most of us, that means burnt weenies and men strolling around like they're master chefs because they actually help do the cooking - though in the end, we make more of a mess than it's worth.

Building a better community

When I first moved to Squamish a few years ago, I couldn't quite put my finger on what was so different about the community.

People a measure of success

-former Sea to Sky Economic Development Officer Robert Fine A new standard in hiring was set by School District 48 this week when it decided to hire the premier's wife to act as principal at Howe Sound Secondary School (HSSS).

SSU important to Squamish's future

Ian Sutherland - Mayor The Sea to Sky University will be one of the biggest economic drivers heading into our future.

In appreciation of local artists


Riders ready? On your mark

With Test of Metal duties pilling up, Bryan Raiser was thankful for this last minute letter from a friend complete with a hand-knitted copy forwarded to the Chief for publication: Bryan, you pillar of society you, how are things? It's summertime and

Pedestrians need to follow rules of the road too

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