Squamish school project receives grant from Whistler Blackcomb Foundation

Don Ross Middle School receives $40,000 for playground

Switch to permanent Daylight Savings Time reckless: sleep scientists

"It’s not about personal preference. We’re talking about how light affects our physiology," says SFU sleep scientist

Doors of two Squamish cannabis dispensaries remain closed

Thirty days after notice of seizure, an update from 99 North and Grass Roots Medicinal

B.C.'s online camping reservation system revamped

Not so merry: Trio of snowmen recalled Canada-wide due to 'injury hazard'

Christmas electricity spike equivalent to roasting 1.5 million turkeys: BC Hydro

The utility is urging customers to save on their electricity bill this Christmas Day

B.C. economy sheds 18,200 jobs in November

Unemployment in B.C. ticked up to five per cent but remains lowest across Canada

Squamish may need an extra $1.38 million in taxes for 2020

District also considers setting aside money for new staff positions

Six bears euthanized in the same PoCo neighbourhood last week

Conservation officers say the two families — including four first-year cubs — were destroyed because of access to human food sources

Grocery costs to rise nearly $500 for average Canadian family in 2020

B.C. firefighters head Down Under to help battle extreme wildfire season

Here's what you need to do if you want to cut down a Christmas tree in B.C.

Sea to Sky Christmas tree cutting permits available

Permits must be carried when tree hunting

You can use this interactive map to see how much snow is falling in B.C.

B.C. Government tool allows users to find out how much snow an area has received historically and in near real time

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