Will the Downtown Sirocco Project Take Away From Brand Squamish ?

Sirocco A Downtown Squamish resident is questioning the council’s approval of a six-story apartment building on Loggers Lane, which she says will block the views of the Chief and defile the outdoor recreation brand of Squamish.

Should District Buy the Brackendale Art Gallery


There is no doubt that the Brackendale Art Gallery is a more than just a building. It’s a meeting place for locals and artists alike, a place where you can enjoy talks, theatre, and art all under the twinkling eyes of its eccentric owner, Thor Froslev. But should the district buy it ?

Minister Gives Cold Response to Mayor on Foreign Buyers Tax in Squamish

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BC Minister of Finance, Michael de Jong, has given an ambiguous response to Mayor Patricia Heintzman’s request to implement a 15 per real estate tax on foreign buyers in Squamish.

District to Give Free Bus Passes to Syrian refugees

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The District of Squamish will give free bus passes for one year to two Syrian refugee families now calling Squamish their home.

Meet Michael Chong, Who Wants to Rebuild the Conservative Party


The Conservative Party needs to rebuild itself, said Michael Chong, one among the 13 candidates vying to be the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. He shared his vision with a party members and supports at the West Vancouver home of John Weston.

Inspired Art Gallery Comes to Downtown Squamish


The pop up art gallery is a month long project that welcomes all local artists to share space in what French hopes will be the town’s newest Community Driven Art Space.

District Making it Easier to Walk, Cycle, or Travel

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More sidewalks and bike lanes under Active Transportation Plan to ease navigation.

Squamish’s New Brand Wins Marketing Canada Award


Squamish’s new brand has been recognized by the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) with a Marketing Canada Award at the recent EDAC conference in Saskatoon.

Woodfibre LNG Approval Positive and Negative, District Says


With 650 construction jobs, 100 operational jobs and LNG ready to be shipped by 2020, there are community and socio-economic impacts, both positive and negative, that the District of Squamish must ready for and prepare to embrace, the district said in a statement.