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The bouquet of 2010

The bouquet of 2010

We are still caught up in the Olympics around here and each medal ceremony for Canada is a thrill - particularly when Canada wins gold.
More than podiums

More than podiums

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games are all but over. Despite what you read in the British press, it's been an overall success both as a massive sporting event, an international gathering and a showcase for our beautiful surroundings.
Early education concrete foundation

Early education concrete foundation

Editor, There has been a great deal said about full day kindergarten and how we should educate our pre-school children here in Squamish. ["Ministry rejects local kindergarten proposal," The Chief, Feb. 26].
Thanks host family

Thanks host family

Note: Editor, I was an Olympic volunteer at Whistler from the 8th to 19th of February. Fortunately for me I had a host family to stay with in Brackendale. They opened there home and there lives to me and truly enriched my Olympic experience.
Money doesn't talk

Money doesn't talk

A high-profile poverty law group has said it's been, in effect, barred from doing advocacy work with money it receives from the Law Foundation of BC.
Not by law, but by rights

Not by law, but by rights

Editor, In response to Mr.
A 'cool' Relay for Life fundraiser

A 'cool' Relay for Life fundraiser

The Brackendale Babes Relay for Life team is holding a fundraiser tomorrow (Feb. 27) by inviting family and friends to the Garibaldi 5 Cinema at 40198 Glenalder Place to see the movie Cool Runnings at 10 a.m. The admission price is $5 each.
Sacrificial icons

Sacrificial icons

Editor I watched the opening ceremonies of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, they reflected what I believe Canadians love about our country and what it is that soothes our soles.
Making a good impression

Making a good impression

Editor, I am a resident of Squamish, as well as a Canadian citizen and resident of British Columbia, and I was pleased when the dream to host the 2010 winter Olympics became a reality.
The king of fruit

The king of fruit

If you are following the hundred-mile diet I suggest you pass this article by, as Mangoes travel hundreds sometimes thousands of miles to grace our North American grocery aisles.
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