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Celebrate International Women's Day

Celebrate International Women's Day

In celebration of International Women's Day and to support the Howe Sound Women's Centre, the play The Vagina Monologues will be on stage at the Brackendale Art Gallery tomorrow (March 6) and Sunday (March 7). The doors open at 7 p.m.
Time to capitalize on successful Games

Time to capitalize on successful Games

The Big Show is over folks and what a spectacle it was. Rarely has any event so forcefully captured the imagination of the whole nation. Locally everything went pretty smoothly, notwithstanding a few transportation and parking snafus here and there.
Vaccine campaign help appreciated

Vaccine campaign help appreciated

The following letter was copied to The Chief for publication.
Our Olympic house

Our Olympic house

Editor, I would like to express my gratitude and respect to the management and staff at the Howe Sound Inn and Brewing Company. The atmosphere in the pub the past two weeks has been absolutely electric.
B.C. budget's downsizing gets supersized

B.C. budget's downsizing gets supersized

Finance Minister Colin Hansen has said he doesn't know exactly how many bureaucrats will be getting pink slips in the coming fiscal years.
Renewed patriotism

Renewed patriotism

Editor, Like a lot of people around here, I felt the Olympics as an intrusion that I have paid good tax dollars for.
Learn to ease the effects of stress

Learn to ease the effects of stress

At some time or other, everyone faces stress in their life. Whether it is the result of a specific event, or it comes from longer term concerns, stress can be an appropriate response.
Green platitudes

Green platitudes

This letter was sent to BC Liquor Stores and copied to The Chief for publication. Editor, Following submitted to www.bcliquorstores.
The Chief is no billboard

The Chief is no billboard

This letter was sent to District of Squamish Councillor Patricia Heintzman and copied to The Chief for publication.
Echo Lake values protected

Echo Lake values protected

Editor, The Echo Lake backcountry cabin proposal represents the fruition of a lifelong dream of the Saindons, a local Squamish family ["Echo Lake project proposal causes concerns," The Chief, Feb. 19].
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