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VIDEO: Aggressive wolves attack dog near Tla'amin community

VIDEO: Aggressive wolves attack dog near Tla'amin community

"The Tla'amin Nation trail system between Wilde Road and the Tla'amin store is now closed until further notice."
For Indigenous by Indigenous: The path to reconciliation through housing in Squamish and beyond

For Indigenous by Indigenous: The path to reconciliation through housing in Squamish and beyond

Aboriginal Housing Management Association offers Indigenous-led housing solutions to bridge the gaps created by colonization.
After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

Community engagement suffers, says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair as BC Ferries faces criticism for lack of responsiveness and delays.
B.C. doctors qualify to play soccer on the other Sunshine Coast

B.C. doctors qualify to play soccer on the other Sunshine Coast

Two doctors from the Sunshine Coast of B.C. and one from Lions Gate Hospital will be heading down under to World Medical Soccer Championships on the Sunshine Coast of Australia
Local groups seek further dock management plan consultation

Local groups seek further dock management plan consultation

The province’s application website indicated the public comment period on shíshálh Nation’s application for a swiya-wide dock management plan (DMP) closed as of Feb. 17.
Revised ferry schedule Thursday evening for Sunshine Coast-Horseshoe Bay route

Revised ferry schedule Thursday evening for Sunshine Coast-Horseshoe Bay route

Sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale Thursday, Feb. 22 will be on a revised schedule due to mechanical difficulty with the main engine on one of the ferries according to a service notice released at 12:50 p.m.
Drama series featuring Squamish Nation actor breaks representation boundaries

Drama series featuring Squamish Nation actor breaks representation boundaries

This unlikely rom-com isn’t your average boy meets girl story
Here are the SCRD's preliminary property tax rates for 2024

Here are the SCRD's preliminary property tax rates for 2024

All Coast property owners will see the regional district portion of their 2024 property taxes climb over last year’s levels by between eight per cent and 13 per cent, depending on the electoral area.
More cyclists than ever are biking onto the Langdale ferry

More cyclists than ever are biking onto the Langdale ferry

Cyclist use of BC Ferries' (BCF) Langdale-Horseshoe Bay route is growing. 
Joe Smith Creek cutblock listed for BCTS auction by March 31

Joe Smith Creek cutblock listed for BCTS auction by March 31

A gap in responsibilities between provincial ministries has locals concerned that logging the Joe Smith Creek cutblock (TA0521) heightens washout risks along Highway 101.