Fortis Plans a $350 Million Pipeline for Woodfibre LNG


FortisBC plans to construct a new natural gas pipeline that will course its way from Coquitlam through Squamish to the LNG site. The construction will start in 2016, and the project is expected to cost Fortis $350 million.

Stephen Fryer to Run for Council

Stephen Cover

Stephen Fryer, a Squamisher by birth and a vice-president of Squamish Minor Hockey, announced his bid for Squamish council.

In Lily’s Garden, a Mother’s Memory Blooms


For the world that walks through it and stops to admire, Lily’s Garden is well-maintained public park run by the District of Squamish. For Ruth Fenton–and her 11 siblings– it’s a passage to childhood and to memories of mom, Lily Carson, the woman whose name the garden has immortalized.

LNG Spill Would be Catastrophic, Activist Warns

Woodfibre LNG Project Rendering June 2014

The BC LNG industry will add to the GHG emissions, spur fracking, and worsen global climate change, but even the economic arguments for it isn’t sound, said Sean Lumb, a member of My Sea to Sky.

Why Not Have a Referendum on SODC

It won’t be so much fun, but hold my hand dear reader and let’s go down the SODC rabbit hole. What are we getting into, you ask? A deep doodo of $11.5 million debt.

An Encounter With Pirates…the Real Ones


By Nicole MusgravePublished: Sept. 6, 2014   It was the seventh day of our 15 day passage between the Maldives and Yemen, crossing Indian OceanRead More