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Her knees 'broken beyond repair,' Vonn retiring after worlds

Her knees 'broken beyond repair,' Vonn retiring after worlds

The woman who won more World Cup races than any other female is calling it quits at 34.
Squamish Canyon hopes to open walkway this year

Squamish Canyon hopes to open walkway this year

Founder says close to $300,000 has been raised for the $4-million project
Groundhog doesn't see his shadow, predicting early spring

Groundhog doesn't see his shadow, predicting early spring

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. — It may be hard to believe as a large swath of the U.S. and Canada thaws out from a bitter polar vortex, but spring is coming early, according to handlers for some of the country's most famous prognosticating groundhogs.
Squamish Turning Point recovery house set to open

Squamish Turning Point recovery house set to open

Some staff positions yet to be filled
Woman swooped by owl on Squamish trail

Woman swooped by owl on Squamish trail

Quest University student out for a run when the owl grabbed her head
First responders gather in B.C. to call for end to stigma in jobs full of trauma

First responders gather in B.C. to call for end to stigma in jobs full of trauma

Change in culture needed for help and support to be successful
Auditor general starts year-long audit in Legislature spending scandal

Auditor general starts year-long audit in Legislature spending scandal

Last audit was done in 2012, issues nothing new
Fuel spill halts Horseshoe Bay sailing

Fuel spill halts Horseshoe Bay sailing

One round-trip sailing from Horseshoe Bay to the Sunshine Coast was cancelled Wednesday morning after a semi-truck punctured its fuel tank while loading on to the ferry, spewing about 200 litres of oil on to the deck and vehicle ramp of a BC Ferries
Feds paid near top dollar for Trans Mountain pipeline, spending watchdog says

Feds paid near top dollar for Trans Mountain pipeline, spending watchdog says

OTTAWA — If the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion does not go ahead as planned and on budget, the $4.4 billion that government paid to buy the pipeline project will have been too much, says Parliament's budget watchdog.
Local RCMP jail Squamish’s ‘most notorious’ fentanyl dealer

Local RCMP jail Squamish’s ‘most notorious’ fentanyl dealer

Another police case brought the FBI to town