• 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.

    Developers Cry Foul Over Oceanfront DCC Agreement


    Oceanfront developer Michael Hutchison has put $38 million at stake without any guarantee of reimbursement. Other developers cry foul, saying the district is shiftting the risk to the community with this DCC agreement.

    Four Community Members Join Squamish Community Foundation


    Four community members have joined the Squamish Community Foundation as board of directors. Ron Sanders, Darren Roberts, Deidre Plaatjes, and Larry McLennan joined the Board at a critical time in its development, said foundation’s chair, Doug Hackett.

    Women’s Day Art Show Begins on March 3

    Marcelle Armatage - Beauty in Voluptuous

    The International Women’s Day Art Show will be open to the public from March 3 to April 6 at the Foyer Gallery, Squamish Public Library.

    Imagining Squamish


    Will we finally make peace with the fact that we are a suburb of Vancouver or will our entrepreneurial self-image shine through? Will tourism be our only destination? Will we be richer but shorn of our green cover? What kind of future can we imagine for ourselves in 20 years ?

    Squamish 2035: When Mother Nature Won

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    Sitting on top of the Chief in 2035 with eyes wondering over Howe Sound and the Squamish River valley below, not much appears to have changed in the last 20 years at first glance.