BC to Invest $5.4 Million on Sea to Sky Highway

overpasspic The B.C. government is investing $5.4-million on safety and mobility upgrades for the Sea-to-Sky Highway from Lions Bay to Pemberton, happening this summer and fall 2016.

Coming Home to Canada

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Early Sikh immigrants faced hardship with courage to make home in Squamish.

‘Bee’ Inspired by the Pollinator Habitat Kit

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The community kit helps you in restoring or enhancing pollinator habitats.

Never-Say-Die Pioneer Rests in Peace 

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Gurdev Singh Biln was an ideal immigrant who thrived on hard work and open mind.

The Making of the Squamish Sikh Temple

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It took three years of single-minded effort by Sikh community leaders and some divine help to find funds, land and resources to build a Sikh temple in Squamish.

And They Overcame the Negative Forces

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Mario and Anne named their band Overcomers to reflect their own spiritual journey.

Jordan Sturdy Acclaimed BC Liberal Candidate for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky

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BC Liberals have acclaimed MLA Jordan Sturdy as the Party’s candidate in West Vancouver – Sea to Sky.

Developer Plans to Retain Trails on Cheema Lands

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LUMBERJACK, Roller Coaster, and the Covenant are just some of the trails that could be retained and a few new ones built as an early plan to integrate a widely used trail network with inevitable residential development in Garibaldi Highlands.

Large Housing Development Proposed in Downtown 

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DISTRICT of Squamish has received a rezoning application for a large development proposal that would include three separate five-story buildings with 142 condo units and 2,000 feet of commercial space, along with 34 unit float homes on Mamquam Blind Channel.