Let’s Start to Think Like a Tourist in Squamish

dtn sign Many enhancements to tourism in Squamish don’t need big money but mere attention to nuance and detail. Signs, like the one above, are either not properly visible or they are marred by graffiti.

Rockfall Investigative Story Shortlisted for National Journalism Award


The Squamish Reporter has been shortlisted for one of Canada’s most prestigious journalism awards. Here’s what got buried under the rock’, a cover story published in the June 1, 2015 issue has been shortlisted for the Canadian Association of Journalism award.

Tourism Squamish to Turn Adventure Centre into Promotion Hub


Council endorsed a Tourism Squamish plan to create a program that would enable the Squamish Adventure to be a hub for tourism promotion.

New Signs for Squamish in the Works: District

District of Squamish

District of Squamish invites public’s input on proposed locations for wayfinding strategy

First South Asian Woman of Squamish is No More


A pioneer South Asian woman, Swaran Kaur Biln, passed away after a brief illness on April 7 in North Vancouver, just 22 days short of her 90th birthday.

Dangerous Intersection on Site B Needs Safety Plan


Several safety committees have flagged Highway 99-Site B intersection.  

Centrepoint Celebrates a Milestone as Building Demolition Begins


Sea to Sky Community Services and Squamish United Church announced a major milestone in their effort to build Centrepoint : final remediation and demolition work has begun at the site, in preparation for construction.

Something for Everyone at Squamish Culture and History Fest


There will be something for everyone on April 30, including food, entertainment, displays, and student research projects. And the best part, it’s free.

Nowhere to Park in Downtown Squamish


As parking problem in downtown Squamish grows, we must think of effective, long-term solutions now.