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?”
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.
Blossom, the never-say-die dog from Korea, has just two legs but a lot of spring in his step.
Squamish residents don’t seem to be convinced with Tanoto’s heroic image his company offers. Woodfibre LNG has come to acquire the scandalous aura his critics and detractors have found on him.
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.
District of Squamish and Resort Municipality of Whistler have both signed agreements with the Canadian Red Cross that will enable them to better provide immediate assistance for people impacted by fires, landslides, floods or other emergencies.