Corien Becker exits; deputy Glenday assumes CAO charge

corien Council has decided to move in a new strategic direction and is in the process of mutually concluding Corien Becker’s employment with the District.

After the Music Stopped…


AS THE Squamish Valley Music Festival comes closer, Jim Whittaker is hoping that the District of Squamish and festival organisers would ensure his street and his property remains out of harm’s way. He’s been given all kinds of assurances. But he remains sceptical for promises were made last year but they remained just that, promises.

Listen to the Horse-Whisperer


Kera Willis has found that humans have a lot to learn from horses. And she is here to teach you all that.

Off to Squamish Valley Music Festival? Leave Your Selfie Stick Behind


TAKE as many pictures as you want of Drake, Sam Smith or any of your favourite bands in the Squamish Valley Music Festival lineup — but just leave that selfie stick behind.

Glad to be in a Family-Friendly Town


Despite the initial cultural shock, the family from Ontario is warming up to the mountains and abundance of nature all around.

Flower Power


Will Ballard’s blue poppies bloom? Will Smyth see the passion flowers she planted three years ago? Tales of hope and persistence from local gardens.

Art for Artists Sake


Local artists say outsiders are welcome but they should also be involved.

Local Gym Instructor Plans Unique ‘Men’s Centre’


There is a lot that a men’s centre can provide in Squamish, according to the man behind the initiative.

The Reluctant Hero of Squamish


Howe has taken part in hundreds of search-and-rescue although he admits it’s easy to lose count when you have been giving back as a volunteer for almost three decades. And that is what got him started in SAR in the first place.