Broadway or Bust Presents ‘Annie Jr.’ on July 25 and 26

photo1 Broadway Or Bust students will present one of the most beloved musicals of all time, Annie Jr at the Eagle Eye Theatre. As many as 42 students will take the stage to present “Annie Jr.” on Friday, July 25th and 26th.

Thief Returns Stolen Bike

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Paige McIvor’s faith in humanity is stronger this year after the thief who stole her bike returned it after listening to her plea.

Tuesday’s council meeting: A Grumpy Mayor, a Combative Councillor and an Anti-LNG protest

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The carnivalesque protest met the humourless state once again on Tuesday, July 15 as members of the My Sea to Sky made their presentations to the Squamish council.

On Paco Road, Zoning Stunts Economic Development

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Kelly Jian’s greased hands have fixed logging trucks, cranes and CATs every day for the last 20 years. But there is something even his rugged hands can’t fix: Zoning

‘Open for Business a Priority’: Coun. Raiser

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Now in his second term as a councillor, Bryan Raiser has shown a lot more grit and grasp than his constituents and supporters are used to seeing.

Food Co-op Idea Wins $2,000 Startup Capital

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Entrepreneur Colleen Myers won $2000 to launch a local food Co-op in town.

Seventh Ave Remains on Paper

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The district is keeping quiet on what it may cost to create a commercial truck route for industry such as the Squamish terminals.

The People Behind the Squamish LNG Committee

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Last month, the District of Squamish appointed 13 community members to help staff assess the proposed Woodfibre Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project. The district recently updated its website to reveal a fuller view of who the people behind the LNG committee are.

Derelict Boat Stays in Howe Sound

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It’s been almost a month since Steen Larsen promised the boat would be removed, but it remains in Squamish, casting an ominous shadow on the Howe Sound.