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Squamish's Thanksgiving Food Drive Project helps feed the hungry_0

Squamish's Thanksgiving Food Drive Project helps feed the hungry

Another successful Squamish Thanksgiving Food Drive Project is on the books, collecting about 7,000 pounds of food. The Sept. 21 food drive saw about 100 local volunteers ...

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Taoist Tai Chi celebrates 20 years in Squamish

St. John the Divine Anglican Church hosted the Taoist Tai Chi's open house in Squamish on Sept. 21, including a demonstration for newcomers. It's the 20th year Taoist Tai Chi...

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Terry Fox Run 2019

The rain did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of runners on the 39th anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope. The local run kicked off at Squamish's Brennan Park. All ...

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Doggie day out

BC SPCA Sea to Sky Branch hosted a fundraiser, Bark in the Park, on Sept. 14. Dogs and owners braved the rain to tackle the obstacle course and for the silent auction.

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Squamish Pride flag raising

A Pride flag was raised over municipal hall Monday, Sept. 9 in advance of Squamish’s first community-wide celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ...

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Gran Fondo 2019 races down the highway

Race on! These speedy riders were captured on route between Squamish and Whistler during the 2019 Gran Fondo.

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Here for a gourd time: Brackendale Fall Fair returns

The 24th Brackendale Fall Fair features farmers' goods, artisan vendors and plenty of seasonal activities for the family.

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Bears eating garbage and apples in Squamish

Local photographer Brian Aikens captured these shots of a bear eating from a partially locked organics tote and apples from a tree in a Squamish neighbourhood on Sept. 7. ...

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Developing Squamish

There's no question Squamish has seen a construction boom over recent years so The Chief set out on the Labour Day weekend (2019) to capture photos of many of the ...

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Cheakamus Pinball 2019

Cheakamus Pinball race 2019 took to the river Friday evening, Aug. 30. This is not your grandparents' pinball. The idea of the race, created by a group of kayaking friends...

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Tackling the Squamish 50, 2019

Runners are making their way from a 5:30 a.m. start time to the downtown finish line. All that stands in their way is 50 miles (and maybe another 50 kilometres on Sunday to ...


Squamish employers welcome displaced Sea to Sky Gondola workers

Local businesses opened their doors to workers who’ve suddenly found themselves out of a job as a result of the Sea to Sky Gondola’s closure. Today from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., ...

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Hot On Your Heels 2019

This ladies-only enduro race was all speed and smiles in Squamish on Aug. 10.

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Squamish Days Loggers Sports, Aug. 4

Sunday, Aug. 4 was the Squamish Days Loggers Sports world-class open show at the Al McIntosh Loggers Sports Grounds. The Chief was there to capture the action. All photos ...


2019 Cheakamus Centre Indigenous Youth Leadership Program graduation

It was graduation day Friday, Aug. 2 for five Squamish Nation youth. The youth completed an intensive indigenous cultural education facilitation program at Cheakamus Centre ...

Beginners' luck: Novice Loggers Sports 2019_19

Beginners' luck: Novice Loggers Sports 2019

Homegrown and international novices try their hand at traditional loggers sports at Squamish Days, 2019.

The Bed Races — Squamish Days Loggers Sports 2019_9

The Bed Races — Squamish Days Loggers Sports 2019

Squamish kicked off this year's loggers sports with the famed bed races on Aug. 2. To play, participants must rush one person on a rolling bed while completing challenges at...

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Bear accessing Squamish trash

Why is it important to lock your tote: this cinnamon-coloured black bear was spotted downtown in Squamish on July 27 at 5 a.m. It clearly accesses someone's trash and makes ...

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