What Golden Handshakes Cost Us

District of Squamish In the last five years, District of Squamish has doled out $552,520 in severance payouts for exempt and union employees. But that is the extent of what the district is willing to reveal on this issue.

Rob Weys to Run for 2014 Squamish Council Elections


As election time comes close, another Squamisher is throwing his hat in the ring. In an interview with the Reporter, Rob Weys announced his candidacy for Squamish council in the upcoming local elections in November.

Local Advocates Yellow Dog Project


A dog owner is advocating for the Yellow Dog project after an attack on her dog shattered the dog’s jaw and left the woman with a $1000 vet’s bill.

Are You Thick Skinned ? Join the Brand Leadership Team


The district is looking for residents and business operators to join the Squamish Brand Leadership Team (BLT).

Fast Ferry Could be on Water Next Month


Two Powell River entrepreneurs are hopeful a fast ferry they designed will be on water by next month.

Community Futures Partners with SFU for Local Accelerator

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Entrepreneurs in Squamish now have access to a powerful network to launch innovative start up companies.

An ‘Epic’ Adventure for Squamish in Branding


After scanning 1,143 surveys and six months of discussions, brand development committee is circling the word ‘epic’ to define and pitch Squamish to the world.

Hoping a Year will Soothe the Nerves


Mike Quesnel has set a difficult aim and he’s got a year to achieve it: Win the hearts and minds of those who oppose the skatebowl park.

Expert Disputes Government’s Claim on ‘Clean’ LNG Plants


The provincial government has repeatedly stressed the LNG plants in B.C. would be the world’s cleanest LNG plants, meaning they will boast the world’s lowest life cycle greenhouse gas emissions.