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CYNICAL SUNSHINE: And the winners are

Now that's how you start a year. First you wake up with a fuzzy head. That's good because you don't want to be thinking clearly on the day you've committed to a wintry jump in the ocean.

Winners and losers of Election '05

The election of 2005, summarized in six words: "May you live in interesting times." The ancient Chinese curse (so I've heard it described) says it all to me.

The menu includes tofu


No common wisdom in election

Common wisdom says that in municipal elections, name recognition wins. The logic continues to suggest that because incumbents are well known, they are most likely to be the victors. Clearly, common wisdom doesn't apply to Squamish politics.

Patterson not mayor material

When you go to the polls to vote on Saturday (Nov. 19) if you are not a supporter of Ian Sutherland you have a difficult choice to make. Your options are limited: vote for Terrill Patterson, don't cast a mayoral vote at all or vote for Sutherland.

Quantum Shift

Someone once said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it.

WCRA clarifies story on Royal Hudson restoration


The Olympic promise

It is a little more than four years until the Olympic bandwagon makes its way along the Sea to Sky corridor, and already we're starting to hear some sour notes being played.

Forum a waste of time


Halloween's over, stop the insanity!

As a Squamish resident of less than one year, I often have the pleasure of learning something I didn't already know about my new home.
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