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WLNG TUP public hearing to be held at Squamish’s Brennan Park

WLNG TUP public hearing to be held at Squamish’s Brennan Park

The upcoming public hearing about the temporary use permit for Woodfibre LNG’s floatel will take place on Tuesday, April 23, at 6 p.m.
Westwinds artist to host art show at Squamish Save-On-Foods

Westwinds artist to host art show at Squamish Save-On-Foods

Shoppers can check out some of Chris Rice's artwork while they shop on Monday, April 15.
‘Classical Collaborations’ mixes musical and aerial silk performances in Squamish

‘Classical Collaborations’ mixes musical and aerial silk performances in Squamish

The final spring concert from the Howe Sound Performing Arts Association will feature many Sea to Sky musicians and performers.
Developing Squamish: Council green lights Tantalus Village third reading

Developing Squamish: Council green lights Tantalus Village third reading

In a 6-1 vote, a mixed-use project on Tantalus Road with about 300 residential units receives third and final reading for rezoning.
Squamish Dance Centre earns awards at dance competition

Squamish Dance Centre earns awards at dance competition

The team earned medals from silver to platinum as they performed at the Shine Dance competition.
Packed bookstore opens on Second Ave in Squamish

Packed bookstore opens on Second Ave in Squamish

The name Book Mountain certainly fits, as the owner estimates there are at least 10,000 books in store with more on the way.
Sea to Sky's Garibaldi, Meager remain high volcanic threats, according to recent research

Sea to Sky's Garibaldi, Meager remain high volcanic threats, according to recent research

Co-author says Squamish should only worry about eruption the same as they would for other natural hazards in the region.
Squamish council endorses priorities for rest of their term, setting aside other initiatives

Squamish council endorses priorities for rest of their term, setting aside other initiatives

Council opts for traffic calming, Squamish Nation-related actions and others over paid parking by 2025, vehicle residency policies and other tactics.
ICYMI: Tribunal sends FortisBC pipeline permit back to regulator so resident can submit concerns

ICYMI: Tribunal sends FortisBC pipeline permit back to regulator so resident can submit concerns

Permit goes back to the BC Energy Regulator so Squamish resident can submit concerns about the pipeline project that crosses her property underground.
Squamish business beat: Treeline Collective opens store downtown

Squamish business beat: Treeline Collective opens store downtown

Squamish brand partners with local and global artisans to offer ethical and sustainable products.
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