Kittens available for adoption at local SPCA branch
The BC SPCA Sea to Sky Branch is inviting adoption applications for 8-week-old kittens that arrives at the branch yesterday.
Support local Rotary Club, buy Stawamus Chief puzzle gift
The Rotary Club of Squamish is urging the community to gift a Stawamus Chief puzzle to friends and loved ones this Christmas season.
Celebrating 10 years of Half Nelson
In 2008, Dave Gillie, Don Petrocco, Cliff Miller, Mike Nelson, Chris McCrum and Barry McLane (sorry to everyone else I missed) had started the process for a new trail.
Our aviation history: “VANCOUVER TO SQUAMISH IN 35 MINUTES!”
By the end of the 1930s seaplanes are fully established as part of the local transportation picture, part of how Squamish was now connected to the rest of the world.
Squamish mom celebrating $1 million lotto win
A local mom matched six out of seven numbers to win $1 million in the October 30 Lotto Max draw.
Bench installed at Smoke Bluffs Park to honour Chris McCrum
A group of Squamish residents recently hiked up the Smoke Bluffs Parks to witness the installation of a bench in
Mental health issues need compassion and community support
I have had the privilege to be Susie’s best friend for many years and now baby Jaxson’s’ Godmother. With that
Squamish food co-op offers online space to vendors
The Squamish Fresh Food co-op said it saw an opportunity to give back by enabling members and other local businesses the opportunity to list their market items for sale on the Squamish Fresh website.
Spectacular wooden trestle bridges were built in Sea to Sky
Six Culliton brothers – John, James, Charles, Thomas, Sam and Bill – came out of Ontario and dedicated themselves to railway trestle and bridge construction careers.