Company seeks Environmental Assessment Certificate extension for five years, citing factors such as COVID-19, contractor financial struggles, amendment timelines
The school has been granted an extension on its financial protection, which will last until the end of May
Byng Giraud, formerly of Squamish's Woodfibre LNG, president of new company working to build an export facility near Prince Rupert
Director of civil forfeiture alleges Grass Roots Medicinal Cannabis is an “unlawful” dispensary
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...