Affordable Food Program Comes to Squamish in September

Cooks Training

In September, Squamish’s most needy will have access to healthy and affordable chef prepared meals, thanks to a grant from the Salvation Army headquarters in Toronto.

Progress Slow on Garibaldi Estates Subdivison


A proposed Garibaldi Estate subdivision is slowly moving ahead, nine months after it was approved in the council chambers.

Marijuana Entrepreneur Eyes Squamish


There will be strawberries and spinach and lettuce, and there would be marijuana, tested and researched for efficacy, efficiency, and mass production.

Pizza on Wheels Rolls Out of Squamish


After waiting eight months for the district to review the Portable Food Vending bylaw, Michael Paul and his pizza truck dream have driven down to West Vancouver

Our History: The War with Japan

Japanese Settlement, East Lillooet BC 1942_Jeff Nulty collection, UBC

Around northern Howe Sound a substantial community of Japanese immigrants and Nisei (second generation Japanese-Canadians) had become established since the early 1920s.

Let’s Change the Discourse on Climate Change


By G.Elijah DannPublished: Aug. 24     As I wrote this, southern Alberta was being hit by vicious flooding, creating a state of emergency inRead More