Kingswood is Back, Hoping for Rezoning and Community Support

An artist's rendering of the Scott Crescent development, previously called Red Point. On the right is the National Climbing Centre, a 5,000 square feet facility for climbing, and for use by non-profits in Squamish

It’s been rejected and delayed, but Kingswood is back again, hoping for community and council approval for their Scott Crescent development.

Ana Santos Seeking NDP Nomination

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Local environmentalist Ana Santos is hoping to be the NDP nominee for MLA in the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky riding.

District Gives $60,000 for Trails

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This delayed but welcome nod to trails came recently when the council voted to grant $60,000 to Squamish Off-Road Cycling Association (SORCA), acting in association with Squamish Dirt Bike Association and Squamish Trails Society.

New Ice Rink Needed: District Study

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Once the study is presented to the council, a concrete policy can be created about different options and timelines concerning the ice rink, he added.

Some Like it Raw

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Vondruska likens drinking raw milk to drinking water from a natural spring, or eating homemade cookies.

Independent School At Quest is Accepting Applications

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Registration is now open for students entering grade 7, 8, 9 and 10 and applications are already rolling in for the 2013-14 school year.