Vertical Farming Entrepreneur Leaves Squamish


A vertical farming entrepreneur is leaving Squamish and planning to set up his farm in Langley.

Bus Ridership on the Rise in Squamish: BC Transit Manager


Ridership in Squamish has seen a 3.9 per cent increase since BC Transit improved and added new bus services, a provincial transit official said.

Our History: Remembering Alderman Alice Makowichuk

Chair Alice Makowichuk and Centennial Committee members at official opening of Centennial Fields, September  1971

In the December 1969 elections, Alice Makowichuk topped the aldermanic polls – the first female elected to local government here since Jean McRae in 1948.

Sea to Sky Gondola Announces Job Fair


Sea to Sky Gondola is holding its first annual Job Fair at the Executive Inn in Squamish on April 4th and 5th, 2014.

A Meeting Place for Ideas in Downtown Squamish

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Dave Crewson and Mario Gomes have created Startup Squamish, a place where entrepreneurs can share ideas and information, and find the support they need to transmute passion into action.

Water and Sewer Rates to Increase by 10 Percent

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When the utility bill makes its way to the Squamish Seniors Housing Society, Laura Modray will receive it with a sense of relief and curious anticipation. This year, Modray knows the bill wouldn’t be as bad as it has been for years because of the new water meters at the housing complex.