For a Long Time, No Sign of a Sign

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Missing Local Nile Sinnes Found in Alberta


Squamish RCMP were notified that Nile Sinnes had been located by police in Alberta and he was safe and sound. Sinnes immediate family has been notified.

Police Seek Public Assistance to Locate Missing Local


Squamish RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating Niles Sinnes, a local resident of Squamish. Sinnes was last seen on the evening of June 18th, 2017.

IHIT Investigating Body Found in a Vehicle on Cheekeye Forest Road

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HIT is investigating a body found in a vehicle on Cheekeye Forest Road in Squamish. On June 14th, 2017, Squamish RCMP responded to a complaint of a burned vehicle on the Cheekye Forest Road just North of Squamish. When police arrived they located a male victim inside the vehicle.

Mayor Clears Stand on Garibaldi Golf Course Development

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Mayor Heintzman is an eco-conscious politician and that may have left many supporters wondering if she would support the rezoning and OCP amendment of Garibaldi Golf course, a change that would transform the greenway corridor land to residential. But the Mayor has made it clear that she hasn’t seen a proposal from the developer to date that is supportable.

District Urges Citizens to Secure Wildlife Attractants After Sow, Two Cubs are Destroyed


District is urging citizens to secure wildlife attractants after a sow and two cubs were destroyed in downtown Squamish on Sunday.

MTBA to Study Mountain Biking’s Impact on Tourism


Squamish council has approved $10,000 from the council contingency budget to contribute to Western Canadian Mountain Bike Tourism Association’s study of the impact of mountain bike tourism in the Sea to Sky Corridor.

MLA Jordan Sturdy On His Past and Future


Incumbent Liberal Party MLA Jordan Sturdy is contesting to retain the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky riding in the May 9 provincial election. Here is a brief interview with Sturdy.

District of Squamish Waives Construction Fees for Refugee Sponsors

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District of Squamish is granting an exemption of construction fees for families who are sponsoring Syrian refugee families in town.