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Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Jeanette Levett

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Jeanette Levett

Triton Automotive has thousands of products in stock, but if they don’t have what you need for your business, there’s a good chance co-owner Jeanette Levett will find a way.
Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Christine Thethi

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Christine Thethi

As a Diamond Leading Wellness Advocate for dōTERRA Essential Oils, Christine Thethi aims to empower people with knowledge around natural health and wellness methods.
Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Keli Hopkins

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Keli Hopkins

What makes their company unique is working with family, says Keli Hopkins, administrator, and part owner of New Era Plumbing and Heating Ltd.
Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Lisa Wilcox

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Lisa Wilcox

Consultation and reconciliation won’t happen by itself, however Lisa Wilcox wants to make the process more approachable for businesses and governments in the Sea to Sky area. For years Ms.
Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Sara Constantin

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Sara Constantin

Sara Constantin didn’t originally dream of running a large dance studio – she was a dance teacher who opened it for her students when an existing program shut down. Parents and children looked to Constantin for a solution, and she delivered.
Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Errin Mechler

Squamish women lead the Way in Business: Errin Mechler

Errin Mechler is more than just taxes.
Real estate second nature to local Sea to Sky Advisor

Real estate second nature to local Sea to Sky Advisor

Growing up, Michelle Lanthier remembers driving up Highway 99 while her father, a real estate developer, took conference calls on his giant cell phone. "Real estate is very familiar, it came as second nature to me," she says.
How to support your child being educated in French

How to support your child being educated in French

Since its inception in 1995, the Conseil scholaire francophone (CSF), or School District 93, has offered children from K – Grade 12 an education in French. Kids enrolled in a CSF school spend their days learning and living in French.
5 French expressions found in everyday English

5 French expressions found in everyday English

The Conseil scolaire francophone (CSF), also known as School District 93, has been a part of the British Columbia public education system for more than 20 years. The District offers the B.C.
8 reasons to learn French

8 reasons to learn French

The Conseil scholaire francophone (CSF) has been a part of the British Columbia public school system since 1995. It offers an education and a variety of out-of-school programs for francophone children from K – 12 in 37 schools around the province.