Skip to content

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Waiting for the good news on tsunami funding

EDITORIAL: Waiting for the good news on tsunami funding

Could it happen here? That was likely one of the first questions in many people's minds in B.C. after reacting to the horror of last month's tsunami tragedy in southeast Asia.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: A town by any other brand

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: A town by any other brand

Oh, the humanity! The hand-wringing over potentially losing our precious "Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada" slogan in last week's letters section (beautifully orchestrated with Bryan Raiser, I note) was just about too much to bear.
EDITORIAL: Traffic calming makes streets safer

EDITORIAL: Traffic calming makes streets safer

Garibaldi Way is a brighter - and safer - place to walk this week.
CYNICAL SUNSHINE: Are we not Squamish?

CYNICAL SUNSHINE: Are we not Squamish?

The coals are fired up. The iron is nice and hot. OK Squamish, bend over - it's time to get branded. Tomorrow (Jan. 15) we will once and for all find out "what YOU think 'Squamish' should say to the world." Some may be shocked by this news.
VIEW FROM THE FENCE: MLA leaving a legacy

VIEW FROM THE FENCE: MLA leaving a legacy

The Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) for the Sea to Sky corridor took it on the chin in the last edition of The Chief.
EDITORIAL: Make a difference

EDITORIAL: Make a difference

It's a world away. There's nothing I can do. It doesn't mean anything to anyone I know. It couldn't happen here. If you're talking about the tsunami that hit southeast Asia late last month, you're wrong on all four counts.
EDITORIAL: What Olympic legacy?

EDITORIAL: What Olympic legacy?

You'd think being at the heart of the Sea to Sky corridor, right between the Olympic communities of Vancouver and Whistler - that's not going to get us sued, is it? - would be beneficial to Squamish.
BEHIND THE VAIL: Ref harassment a bad call

BEHIND THE VAIL: Ref harassment a bad call

On one of the many bulletin boards at Brennan Park there is a poster. It's not large or flashy, and unless you have a habit of reading bulletin boards, you'd totally miss it.
EDITORIAL: Doll-stomper doesn't deserve more press

EDITORIAL: Doll-stomper doesn't deserve more press

You know something's wrong with Ottawa when the biggest news story of the week involves stepping on a plush toy.
CYNICAL SUNSHINE: One nation, underedeucated

CYNICAL SUNSHINE: One nation, underedeucated

"How can 59,054,087 people be so DUMB?" - Page 1 of England's Daily Mirror. George W Bush re-elected. You know what this means don't you? The benefit of the doubt is now gone.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks