Woodfibre LNG Holds Business Information Session

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There will be business opportunities for local companies in construction, remediation, marine transport, medical services and supplies, installation, structural fabrication, etc, company representatives said.

Anti-LNG Protest Draws 200 People

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An anti-LNG protest drew a crowd of 200 people to downtown Squamish on Saturday, Nov. 8.

Squamish Forgets its Alternative Energy Plans

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It was a visionary plan to create alternative energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve the district’s fiscal performance. But eight years after it was first proposed, the Neighbourhood Energy Utility plan remains on paper languishes somewhere in the district’s reports.

Squamish Loses a Dubious Honour

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In 2009, as many as 420 people received EI and Jen Foreman (pictured above) was one among them. In 2010, that number stood at 520 and was on an upward trend touching 560 the next year, highest in the province.

Foreign Investors Buy Local Business–and a Ticket to Canada

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Foreign investors are looking to buy local businesses, which expedites their citizenship application through a provincial nominee program.

Scott Crescent Development Not Targeted to Commuters: Moonen

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The Scott Crescent development is finally moving ahead despite concerns by Hospital Hill residents about traffic and unsustainable density in the neighbourhood.