Steven Chua

A timeline of Quest University’s financial troubles

An in-depth account of the events leading up to the school’s decision to indefinitely halt its academic programming

Quest University’s president says school not closing, despite indefinite halt to academic programming

President Arthur Coren says the school will reach out to stakeholders and donors to find a way to resume courses and programs

Think tank forecasts financial challenges for LNG projects such as Woodfibre LNG

Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis released a new report noting the challenges facing B.C. LNG

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...

Howe Sound designated a UNESCO biosphere region

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

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...

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