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WildSafe B.C. coordinator Meg Toom places a fake fox outside of the Squamish Adventure Centre in an effort to prevent a pair of Canada geese from nesting at the centre.
When Justin Ferster announced he was closing the doors on one of Squamish's first dollar stores, he didn't expect such an outpouring of support to stay open.
Group of Seven Forest Fire, by Franz Johnston, is on show at the Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, its first showing in 25 years.
On March 4, a group of Squamish residents concerned about safety, security and esthetics along the Mamquam Blind Channel gathered along the oceanfront to show the owner of a rusty, 200-foot-long former U.S. navy transport ship that the vessel was not welcome in the channel.
The parent company of the firm proposing to build a liquefied natural gas facility at the Woodfibre site is under scrutiny.
I may have been born and raised in the city of Vancouver, but it's this part of the country where my heart will forever remain and where I will happily raise both of my babies.
It's fair to say that Sharai Rewels is to thank for many of the pink items in closets around Whistler.
A University of Quebec at Chicoutimi study found that some skiers and snowboarders actually took more risks when they returned to the slopes after an injury.
Don Evans, chair of the new museum capital campaign, and North Vancouver Museum and Archives director Nancy Kirkpatrick review plans inside the 'Pipe Shop' - where, in 2017, the community's history will be showcased through interactive exhibits.
Heavy Rain is on its way for Vancouver British Columbia on Saturday March 8, 2014 and it will bring up to 50+ mm of rain in Greater Vancouver Area and it will be a lot of Rain in Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island and Squamish British Columbia along the Highway 99 and the Low Pressure is Heading towerds Vancouver British ... (more)
Dan Payne is having trouble getting one child down for a nap and another planted in front of the TV so he can talk.
District of Squamish planner Sarah McJannet talks to residents at Helping Hands Society's Wilson Crescent house meeting on Feb. 26. "I don't want anyone to be endangered," he said, while he stood at the back of the Garibaldi Room in the Howe Sound Pub and Inn last Wednesday .