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'Only in Squamish' means we'll be back

'Only in Squamish' means we'll be back

Well, this is a wee bit uncomfortable, but I suppose final entries often are. A couple months ago, I wrote a satirical piece about moving from Garibaldi Estates to Valleycliffe, or as I put it, moving away from Squamish entirely.
Thank you Squamish Nation

Thank you Squamish Nation

Editor, I wish to express my gratitude to the Squamish Nation for the wonderful reception they prepared to welcome the Olympic Torch into their community.
Secure enough

Secure enough

Editor, I am writing in response to your editorial, "Over-Secure" from Feb. 12. Taking issue with increased enforcement and coming to the defence of individuals who are breaking rules seems to be a head-scratcher for me.
Revisiting the health of Aboriginal people

Revisiting the health of Aboriginal people

In 2001 British Columbia's Provincial Health Officer, Dr Perry Kendall, examined the health of BC's Aboriginal population in his Annual Report. He found many problems and inadequacies.
Warning signs

Warning signs

Last month, Mary Polak said she was "perplexed" about an accusation that her ministry has stopped responding to recommendations made by the government's independent child protection watchdog.
Take in the Squamish Spirit sights

Take in the Squamish Spirit sights

Paint the Town Red is an invitation for all Canadians to join together to cheer the Canadian Olympic Team to victory. The Squamish Spirit Centre at Brennan Park is the place to see how Squamish students are helping to Paint the Town Red.
A humanitarian mission begins

A humanitarian mission begins

The Chief is pleased to introduce a new monthly feature by Squamish photographer and social activist Jessica Butler, who is on a humanitarian mission to help Bolivian youth survive economic and social hardship by initiating the Camino el Futuro proje
Make us proud

Make us proud

It's here and it's happening! Finally the 2010 Winter Olympics are underway and we are the center of the action. We are the heart.
EDITORIAL: Squamish's own

EDITORIAL: Squamish's own

Where are you from?" is a loaded question when it comes to the Olympics - especially when you win.
Let's revel in the big show

Let's revel in the big show

They came from Valleycliffe, from the Upper Squamish, from Dentville, from Downtown, from Brackendale, and from every other nook and cranny of this valley. And they were not disappointed.
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