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‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

Local veteran paddler surprised by close encounter with 20-plus Pacific white-sided dolphins.
BC's Pettit and Gira win Traditional Album of the Year at Folk Music Awards

BC's Pettit and Gira win Traditional Album of the Year at Folk Music Awards

Squamish fiddler Jocelyn Pettit's album receives national recognition.
ICYMI: A glimpse inside Squamish's latest affordable housing residence

ICYMI: A glimpse inside Squamish's latest affordable housing residence

Female-led Indigenous construction firm partners with Squamish Nation for innovative modular projects.
Introducing the first associate vice president of CapU Squamish

Introducing the first associate vice president of CapU Squamish

Douglas College’s Brian Storey joins Capilano University to lead Squamish campus growth & management.
From rainforest to mountain: Discover Vancouver Island's hiking gems

From rainforest to mountain: Discover Vancouver Island's hiking gems

Explore Vancouver Island's diverse trails with Squamish author Taryn Eyton's latest hiking guidebook.
Survivor's story: B.C. man recalls being swept away in Squamish River in 2020

Survivor's story: B.C. man recalls being swept away in Squamish River in 2020

Man's harrowing ordeal underscores the importance of water safety and situational awareness.
Quick response but tragic outcome in Squamish snowmobiling accident

Quick response but tragic outcome in Squamish snowmobiling accident

Caroline Favot is remembered for her 'unwavering spirit of generosity and adventure.'
Updated: Extensive search suspended for woman swept way in Mamquam River, say Squamish RCMP

Updated: Extensive search suspended for woman swept way in Mamquam River, say Squamish RCMP

Search for woman in her 30s swept down Mamquam River called off due to difficult terrain and heavy currents
Updated: Dead elk found in Squamish Valley sparks Conservation Officer Service investigation

Updated: Dead elk found in Squamish Valley sparks Conservation Officer Service investigation

Squamish Nation working with authorities on the case and considering possible future action.
Squamish math historian redefines origin of decimal point

Squamish math historian redefines origin of decimal point

Historic Revelation: Trinity Western prof uncovers that the decimal point was used 150 years before previously thought.