Rails that Changed the Squamish Valley

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Squamish started to grow with the railway which brought opportunities and development to town.

Down the Loggers Lane

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Money left over from the 1960‘s truck route construction would now be used for a Loggers Lane Interpretive Trail.

Losing Knowledge, Losing a Way of Life

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NOTHING says Canada more than a canoe and there is nothing about them that Billy Baker doesn’t know of. The intricate knowledge of making a canoe comes swimmingly to him via generations of men who knew exactly which log would work best for what kind of canoe.

Bringing the Mail to Brackendale

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Much of the community’s business, political debates and gossip occurred around the pot-belly stove as residents waited for the mail to be sorted.

Squamish Ranks Number 4 on ‘Best Cities for Work in B.C.’

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Squamish ranks number 4 on BCBusiness’s second annual “Best Cities For Work in B.C., the magazine announced today. This is the magazine’s second annual ranking of the “Best Cities for Work in B.C.”

Missing Local Found

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The Squamish RCMP would like to thank everyone from our community for their efforts, said Sgt. Jolaine Percival.