Totally agree with parks with regards to bikes in park sub-alpine; it would be too easy for just a few yahoos to do long lasting damage.
Much better idea then building a university near the Zen wetlands.
Way to go Shawn. Battling addiction is a big mountain to conquer. Your goal to help even just one person is more then worthy.
A smart, kind, generous man. Sorry his time had come.
As long as this university operates using underused existing infrastucture available in the resort, it sounds like a good idea in principle.
I agree, this subject did not get fair debate with the previous Council. Squamish will be a better place when we allow residents, at least those in RS1 and RS1 zones, to raise the animals mentioned for food or companionship. Very disappointed in Councillor Sander's view of this. If progressive communities in Canada, USA and Europe are opening the doors to this kind of sustainable living, what does that make Squamish...?
I am totally opposed to another set of power lines being built so close to Cat lake and thereby removing the five best camping spots. I think few people know of this impact, and would be outraged if they did. No mention of it in this article.
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