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Friday | Squamish Chief

Squamish businesses off to a busy summer season

Rayne Bryson gets busy making a yummy burrito while her co-worker Keith Adams looks on at Casa Norte on Friday, July 11. Rayne Bryson gets busy making a yummy burrito while her co-worker Keith Adams looks on at Casa Norte on Friday, July 11. They hoped to make to it to 8:30 p.m. In the end they only held out until 8 p.m. "It was the busiest ... (more)

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Friday | Squamish Chief

People gather to go up the Sea to Sky Gondola.

While Sea to Sky Gondola staff would like to be looped into Squamish's transit routes, the municipality is eying its piggy bank.

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Friday | Petroleum News

BC's LNG list grows

British Columbia's lineup of LNG proposals has grown to 15 with U.S.-based WesPac Midstream requesting a 25-year export license from the National Energy Board to ship up to 3 million metric tons a year to customers in Asia, the U.S., Central America and South America.

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Friday | Madison Publishing

Power project construction could start in 2013

Construction on the proposed Upper Lillooet Hydro Project could be underway by the spring of 2013 if all necessary steps proceed as projected, Pemberton council learned Tuesday .

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Friday | Squamish Chief

From Skow-komish to Squamish to Skwxw 7mesh

Four different spellings - "Squawmish Valley," "Skwamisht" , "Squamisht" , and a proposed "Town of Squamish" - are used beside each other on this 1893 map.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Sys-Con Media

BioAB Strategies Ltd. Announces Letter of Intent With Greener Pastures Marihuana Dispensary Ltd.

Under the terms of the LOI, the parties will also enter into a conditional earn-out agreement whereby, subject to certain profit targets as well as limits based on net earnings and free cash flow, the current shareholders of GPMD may be paid an aggregate of up to $12 million in cash over a period of up to 10 years.

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Pique News Magazine

Melamed wins fifth Sea to Sky race in a row

Jesse Melamed heads to the next round of the Enduro World Series knowing that he's got the title for his local circuit back home wrapped up this season.

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Conservation officers aim to relocate grizzly

This grizzly bear was spotted at the Squamish Landfill. Conservation officers have set up a live trap in the hopes of relocating the bear.

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Pique News Magazine

Whistler alone in legal appeal against First Nations

Whistler will be fighting local First Nations in court without the weight of the B.C. Government to back its claims as a fellow defendant.

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Speed limits increasing along Hwy 99

Following a province-wide safety and speed review, changes are coming to B.C.'s highways, including speed-limit increases along the Sea to Sky corridor.

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Cooper to recount epic first wall ascent

Although talented climbers dare to face the Stawamus Chief's challenging pitches on a daily basis these days, that wasn't always the case.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Squamish Chief

Man dies mountaineering Sky Pilot

Vancouver resident Owen Phillip James Hosford was descending from the 6,645-foot summit of Sky Pilot Mountain, which is six kilometres southeast of the Sea to Sky Gondola's boundaries.

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Squamish Chief

Coming out of the closet on LNG

It was a gutteral reaction to the imposition of a plan where our community has little say.

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District of Squamish handed $240,000

On Friday, July 4, the provincial government announced its Small Community Grants and traffic fine revenue handouts.

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Bike thefts hit Squamish

On Tuesday at approximately 4 a.m., an expensive mountain bike secured with a cable lock was stolen from the 40700 block of Tantalus Road.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Squamish Chief

Bear activity closes Levett Lake

On Friday Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations staff closed the small Levette Lake Rec Site after a bear made a habit of incorporating it into its feeding grounds, Squamish's Wildsafe BC co-ordinator Meg Toom said.

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Rebecca Aldous/Squamish Chief

On Saturday , a 25-year-old man fell to his death on a popular scrambling route near Squamish.

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Bike Magazine

The Web Monkey Speaks: Get With the F@cking Program

Are you sick of seeing awesome shots of people riding awesome trails in, oi, awesome British Columbia? Yeah, well, you have to hand it to the province, they've got the trails, but more than that-they have land managers who actually embrace mountain biking.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

Lake Cowichan Gazette

9-1-1 call answer moving to E-Comm

This fall, 9-1-1 call answer services for nine interior regional districts will move to a new service provider.

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North Shore News

Aboriginal students supported in WV

Representatives from the school district, the Squamish Nation and the B.C. Ministry of Education gathered at the Silk Purse Arts Centre June 26 to sign an Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement.

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