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“I thought, why not me?” This Squamish woman became her company's very first female manager

“I thought, why not me?” This Squamish woman became her company's very first female manager

“It's primarily a guy's business,” says Jeanette Levett, chuckling. “When we go to the annual meetings, and I take my husband, the guys automatically think they should be talking to him. My husband is very good at saying, stop stop.
Squamish, a perfect place to call home for any outdoor enthusiast

Squamish, a perfect place to call home for any outdoor enthusiast

Julie Phoenix became a realtor for the same reason she became a police officer: she wanted to help people. It was something she'd always been interested in but never took the plunge.
“It's down to hard work and determination”: this Squamish woman runs an excavator as well as any man

“It's down to hard work and determination”: this Squamish woman runs an excavator as well as any man

Amy Fenton didn't think she would wind up in construction. In fact, she went to school at Langara College in Vancouver to become a professional photographer.
100 Women Who Care Squamish has donated $50,000 to local charity since 2017

100 Women Who Care Squamish has donated $50,000 to local charity since 2017

Catherine Trueman is all about motivating women to be the best version of themselves.
Squamish-based business makes your house a home

Squamish-based business makes your house a home

Vickie Nickel is a community-minded business person who has volunteered for many non-profit societies and charities in the Sea to Sky Corridor and realizes some of the best experiences in life don’t include a paycheck.
Bringing out your best - inside and out

Bringing out your best - inside and out

It’s the mission of every doctor to provide care that promotes a healthy body. When that care can also create a vibrant, external picture of wellness, it can provide an additional sense of empowerment - healthy inside and out. That’s the place Dr.
Meet the local developer making her mark on Squamish

Meet the local developer making her mark on Squamish

Amy Fast didn't always intend to pursue the family business. The Squamish native, whose father has owned local business Cardinal Concrete since 1973, intended to work with her father for a year after university.
Meet the Squamish women dedicated to ending violence along the Sea to Sky Corridor

Meet the Squamish women dedicated to ending violence along the Sea to Sky Corridor

Ashley Oakes is passionate about issues affecting equality, and with living life to its fullest.
New Squamish salon combines Korean beauty innovation and West Coast values

New Squamish salon combines Korean beauty innovation and West Coast values

Bettynailash founder Betty Han will give you the lashes and nails of your dreams, using environmentally friendly, clean products.
“Home” team offers unique real estate experience

“Home” team offers unique real estate experience

Those looking to get into the real estate market along the Sea to Sky corridor and Squamish area can rest assured they have a “home” team on their side.