• When the Grass is Greener


    Bryan Raiser introduced us to people who got marijuana products from his controversial dispensary and benefited hugely.

    How the Alice and Edith Lakes Were Named


    The naming of Alice and Edith lakes reveals how the early settlers’ pursuit of leisure was a precursor to what came to be known as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada.

    All You Need is a Pawsitive State of Mind


    It’s been 25 years since the incident in Cabos San Lucas, but Egyed is still finding homes for dogs, now with much more dedication and organisational effort. In last July, she realised a lifelong dream of forming a non-profit called Pawsitive Animal Rescue.

    A River Runs Through Him

    Pastor darcy

    Three years ago, Pastor Darcy Reimer stood on the Squamish River dike, looked at the flowing river and asked God: “Do you have a role for me here? Should I be in Squamish?”

    New in Town: Tyler and Shawna Duncan


    They have been here for barely a week, but both Tyler and Shawna Duncan decided to hike the Chief to check out their new home from above. Brand new to Squamish, this couple is looking forward to live the outdoor lifestyle our town is synonymous with.

    A Dogged Pursuit of Life in Squamish


    Blossom, the never-say-die dog from Korea, has just two legs but a lot of spring in his step.

    The Protest Song of Squamish

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    Every protest spins its own narrative, creates its own rhythms, and sings its own songs. Songs and art of the protest can sometimes be its most powerful symbols. When art for art’s sake becomes difficult to pursue, politics can provide the reason to explore a long-forgotten artistic side.

    Going Out of His Way to Help

    Peter Auld

    When Inis Leblanc asked Pete Auld if he could help with a new Squamish ReBuild sign she was planning to install on the Highway, she thought he was going to answer a few questions.