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317 residential units to go up across road from Squamish's Waterfront

317 residential units to go up across road from Squamish's Waterfront

The first half of the sizeable Redbridge development was approved by Squamish council unanimously on Nov. 10.
Surf's up at Ambleside beach as strong winds hit Metro Vancouver

Surf's up at Ambleside beach as strong winds hit Metro Vancouver

Surfers and kite surfers took the opportunity to catch some waves at West Vancouver's Ambleside Beach Monday afternoon
Dead man’s sperm off limits: B.C. court

Dead man’s sperm off limits: B.C. court

A widow hoping to have another child with her late husband was denied her appeal
This interactive map allows you to compare B.C.'s COVID-19 situation to the rest of Canada (MAP)

This interactive map allows you to compare B.C.'s COVID-19 situation to the rest of Canada (MAP)

Yesterday, health officials announced the deadliest weekend in B.C.'s coronavirus (COVID-19) history, with a staggering 46 fatalities in three days. 
Megaquake would severely shake tall Lower Mainland buildings: study

Megaquake would severely shake tall Lower Mainland buildings: study

10-20 storey buildings from 1980s or earlier in danger of severe damage, collapse
Outdoor clubs advocate for winter parking at Rubble Creek

Outdoor clubs advocate for winter parking at Rubble Creek

Access to backcountry locations is eroding in the Sea to Sky corridor, groups say  
BC Liberals announce critical role for Sea to Sky MLA

BC Liberals announce critical role for Sea to Sky MLA

Squamish’s MLA is now the official opposition critic for fisheries, aquaculture and BC Ferries. Jordan Sturdy was recently given the role by interim BC Liberal leader Shirley Bond.
Forty-six dead from COVID in BC since Friday

Forty-six dead from COVID in BC since Friday

More than 2,000 new cases since Friday, record deaths and one school outbreak
Amid travel curbs, some students stay put for holidays

Amid travel curbs, some students stay put for holidays

With British Columbians discouraged from moving around the province amid the pandemic, some post-secondary students are making the decision to stay put instead of heading home for the holidays. B.C. provincial health officer Dr.
Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

'La Niña' will create a strong jet stream separating warm southern air masses from their colder northern counterparts