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Preserving the season's bounty

Preserving the season's bounty

Dark, earthy, cool and full of the fruits of much labour, is how I remember the root cellar of my childhood home.
A warm welcome to Live at Squamish audiences

A warm welcome to Live at Squamish audiences

A warm, friendly Squamish welcome to all our visitors who will be in town this weekend to attend the Live at Squamish Festival at the Loggers Sports grounds and adjacent areas.
Art appreciation

Art appreciation

Editor, Downtown Squamish has put on its technicolour dreamcoat! I am thrilled to see the infusion of colour that has brightened our downtown streetscapes: lovely seasonal planters and hanging baskets, Billy's delicate paper lanterns and storefront d
A team effort

A team effort

After months of guessing the line-up, debating whether to go and wondering what this festival will actually bring to the community, Live at Squamish is upon us.
Time to rock

Time to rock

After months of guessing the line-up, debating whether to go and wondering what this festival will actually bring to the community, Live at Squamish is upon us.
FASD is everyone's problem

FASD is everyone's problem

On the ninth day of the ninth month (Sept. 9), communities around the world work to raise awareness of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder, FASD. The chosen day hints that this is a problem related to pregnancy - it is.
Science fiction provides entertainment and insight

Science fiction provides entertainment and insight

Most of us have a favourite kind of novel. Over the Squamish Public Library's counter, I see on average more detective/murder mysteries and romances taken out than any other types of fiction.
Stealth taxes far worse

Stealth taxes far worse

Editor, I understand and deeply respect the views of our anti-HST movement. However, I also respectfully disagree. Income tax is far more evil than sales taxes.
Tamil refugees test Canadian principles

Tamil refugees test Canadian principles

In Canada, a refugee is defined as "a person who has had to flee his or her country because of a well-founded fear of persecution and has been given protection by the Government of Canada.
Duelling purposes?

Duelling purposes?

Last year, British Columbia Lottery Corp. president and chief executive officer Michael Graydon told reporters the firm had revamped its responsible gaming program, in part, because it was too "Big Brother-y.
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