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BREAKING: Squamish's Sea to Sky Gondola cable cut

The Sea to Sky Gondola Cable has been cut again. The incident happened in the early morning hours of Sept. 14, said general manager Kirby Brown. “Almost the exact same situation as last year,” he...

Sea to Sky Gondola announces reopening for passholders and their guests on May 22

As COVID-19 restrictions begin to loosen, the Sea to Sky Gondola has announced it is reopening on May 22 for annual passholders and their guests. It’s the second time in less than a year the gondola...

Woodfibre LNG extends timeline on Squamish project

Company seeks Environmental Assessment Certificate extension for five years, citing factors such as COVID-19, contractor financial struggles, amendment timelines

UPDATED: Court authorizes $5-million loan to Squamish’s Quest University

The school has been granted an extension on its financial protection, which will last until the end of May

SNC Lavalin picked as a consultant for Squamish diking project

One councillor raises questions about allegations against company

Former Woodfibre LNG VP at the helm of new LNG project

Byng Giraud, formerly of Squamish's Woodfibre LNG, president of new company working to build an export facility near Prince Rupert

Province seeking to seize properties associated with Squamish cannabis dispensary

Director of civil forfeiture alleges Grass Roots Medicinal Cannabis is an “unlawful” dispensary

District of Squamish provides feedback on Woodfibre floatel application

Squamish council raised concerns about housing, accessing health and emergency services and power

Squamish grocery store to offer weekly sensory reduction shopping

The lights will be dim, the high-pitched beep-beep-beep of the check out will be turned down, and the usual music silenced. On Oct. 10, the Save-On-Foods in Squamish will be launching its weekly...