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Squamish weighs three options for regulating Airbnb-style rentals

Squamish weighs three options for regulating Airbnb-style rentals

The District presents a hardline option, a soft approach and something in between
Council calls for District of North Van to get drastic on plastic

Council calls for District of North Van to get drastic on plastic

District staff is set to report back to council on a possible plastic bag ban within 90 days
Another emergency alert test is coming to cellphones, TV and radio this week

Another emergency alert test is coming to cellphones, TV and radio this week

Test planned for 1:55 p.m. on Wednesday
Oxford Properties plans to sell 50% stake in Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Oxford Properties plans to sell 50% stake in Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Other Fairmont properties in B.C., and Alberta also part of deal
Squamish fighter wins in UFC debut

Squamish fighter wins in UFC debut

He did it. In his first Ultimate Fighting Championship bout, Squamish's Cole 'Cole Train' Smith came out on top.
Family files petition to declare second missing Cypress Mountain snowshoer dead

Family files petition to declare second missing Cypress Mountain snowshoer dead

Chun Sek Lam went missing over two years ago
President's Choice sauces recalled due to possible glass fragments

President's Choice sauces recalled due to possible glass fragments

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it is verifying that industry is removing recalled product from the marketplace
Analysis: Only 43 Metro Vancouver homes over $7M have sold in past year

Analysis: Only 43 Metro Vancouver homes over $7M have sold in past year

All of those sold below asking price, averaging 16 per cent off list, as the region’s high-end homes fail to sell
Feds propose making some employers offer menstrual products for free at work

Feds propose making some employers offer menstrual products for free at work

Workers in federally regulated workplaces should have access to free menstrual products, the Canadian government says in a proposal published Friday.
Endangered frog making a comeback in B.C.

Endangered frog making a comeback in B.C.

Efforts to conserve the local population of Oregon spotted frogs, the most endangered amphibian in Canada, took a leap in the right direction last week.
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