Group campsites at Alice Lake park have been repurposed
Group campsites at the Alice Lake Provincial Park have been repurposed. Due to COVID-19, group campsites have been repurposed at
Survey seeks input on tourism in Squamish
Tourism Squamish wants to know what residents think about tourism in the community. The organisation has recently put out a
Water main break on Third Ave and boat removal are district’s unanticipated expenses
Two public work projects have led to unanticipated expenses of approximately $44,000 by the District of Squamish.
Contract awarded for ‘realignment analysis’ of Tantalus Road intersection
District of Squamish has hired a consultant to do a realignment analysis for the Tantalus Road Intersection.
Upcoming rock scaling near Porteau Cove; expect delays
Upcoming rock-scaling work on Highway 99 is expected to cause delays. The work will take place during night but is
WLNG offers free lunch to tradespeople and construction workers
A social media contest called #lunchboxchallenge goes live today and invites local tradespeople to apply to win lunch for themselves and their teams.
Squamish RCMP, DOS urge people to stay close to home
With COVID-19 cases rising in the Sea to Sky Corridor and new restrictions in place, district and Squamish RCMP are
UPDATE: COVID shots available at two Squamish pharmacies for 55 to 65 age group
Two Squamish pharmacies have now been included in the list of pharmacies where COVID-19 shots are available for those between the age of 55 and 65.
Squamish Connector receives $128,174 from Province
Squamish Connector is receiving $128,174.40 from the Government of BC, one among 20 inter-city bus operators to get provincial government