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Effective Wednesday, August 17 at 12 p.m., Squamish Fire Rescue has issued a campfire ban within the District of Squamish boundaries.
Retiree Barb Rockandel volunteers her talent to run a crafts group at Hilltop House.
Food truck operators in Squamish have requested three locations for the district’s 2016 Food Truck Pilot Project and the district wants to know your views on those locations.
A new off-ramp to contemporary Pacific Northwest cuisine will open up on the Sea-to-Sky Highway later this summer in downtown Squamish. Located at 37991 Second Ave, The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar brings upscale dining to the heart of historic downtown Squamish.
The Ride to Conquer Cancer became something I could do to remember my mom and support those around who were also affected by cancer.
BAG supporters feel the district should step in and buy the property and those desires have found wings in a recent letter written to the council by environmentalist Mary Mitchell.
Third Crossing Society director Gary Fribance says a road connection from Powell River to Squamish will drive tourism, boost the economy, reduce traffic bottlenecks at the ferry terminals and string together coastal and interiors communities.