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Court denies province's appeal to reject Greengen lawsuit

The B.C. Court of Appeal recently dismissed an appeal filed by the provincial government’s Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations; regional water manager; and the Ministry of...

Labour Relations Board rules in favour of GFL Squamish workers' union

Board approves vote-count for a proposal to add Abbotsford and Chilliwack GFL workers to Squamish's bargaining unit.

Squamish company showcases its hydrogen liquefier

To attract investors, a local company is trumpeting its hydrogen liquefier as a potential big player in the future of green energy.  On July 15, Quantum Technology made its case for hydrogen power...

BC company launches e-bike-motorcycle crossover

Squamish-based electric vehicle startup Lyric Cycles soon to demo ‘Graffiti’ in Vancouver.

New FortisBC temporary work camp for 600 workers proposed for Squamish

This and other updates related to the Woodfibre LNG facility presented to District of Squamish council.

Plan in the works for CapU campus on Squamish oceanfront

Capilano University will pay $5 million for two acres of property in the Oceanfront Squamish development

Howe Sound designated a UNESCO biosphere region

A five-year effort in the making has achieved success.

2020: The COVID-19 pandemic in Squamish

One in a series of four stories from British Columbian communities reflecting on how they dealt locally with the pandemic in 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic swept through Squamish, upending businesses,...

Woodfibre addresses the question of a possible terrorist attack on Squamish location

Company president says he takes potential seriously but assures Squamish council that LNG vessels are "very robust"

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...