More sidewalks and bike lanes under Active Transportation Plan to ease navigation.
Squamish’s new brand has been recognized by the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) with a Marketing Canada Award at the recent EDAC conference in Saskatoon.
With 650 construction jobs, 100 operational jobs and LNG ready to be shipped by 2020, there are community and socio-economic impacts, both positive and negative, that the District of Squamish must ready for and prepare to embrace, the district said in a statement.
The district should have consulted downtown business owners before implementing new parking regulations that restrict parking in the heart of the downtown to two hours, some business owners say.
Problem of affordable housing can have smart solutions instead of levying a blanket tax on foreign buyers who are significant drivers of economic growth. Mayor Heintzman has written a letter urging the province to implement the foreign buyers tax in Squamish.
Doug Race is the only one who wants 10-year tax holiday to continue for Oceanfront.
A Brackendale property owner is planning to take the province and the District of Squamish to the court for what he claims is unlawful and discriminatory decision that has cost him millions of dollars.
The Squamish Food Swap and Share group connects community members and enables them to share, swap, or simply give away food that would have otherwise gone to waste.