Sea to Sky Gondola hopes to reopen in Spring 2020

Sea to Sky Gondola hopes to reopen in Spring 2020

All cabins and cable will be replaced

Pemberton businesses deal with a dusty summer

Owner of Grimm's Deli calls out contractor, wants Village to foot the bill for 'deep clean'

UPDATED: Gondola cable seems to have been cut, say Squamish RCMP

Police asking witnesses to come forward, Sea to Sky Gondola and area closed

Diver shines light on garbage in Squamish lake

Cat Lake littered with more beer cans than volunteers have ever seen

FortisBC considers moving compressor to Woodfibre LNG site

Squamish Brief: Carbon Engineering gets federal money to build a new innovation centre in Squamish

Lillooet River FSR Landslide Hazard Level elevated to high

Squamish-Lillooet Regional District implements travel advisory for road leading to the Hurley FSR

Whistlerite weighs in on B.C.'s high gas prices

Local Robyn Allan has submitted a report to the British Columbia Utilities Commission inquiry into gas prices—but not everyone agrees with her conclusions

Village of Pemberton council attendance records go public

Council briefs: Another recreational cannabis shop application; second quarter update; Pemberton Barn Dance funding

New program aims to cultivate youth sustainability leaders

Fraser Basin Council still accepting applications for inaugural nine-month program

Village of Pemberton Council preview for Tuesday, July 30

FIRST LOOK: Another cannabis shop application; second quarter updates; council attendance report; funding requests

Habitat for Humanity exploring possible Sea to Sky chapter

Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast looking to expand if Whistler and corridor volunteers step forward

This company says its reflector system could help search and rescue teams find lost hikers faster

The Recco SAR Helicopter Detector is a high-powered antenna and radio transmitter housed in a metal canister

New Joffre Lakes Park shuttle threatens critically endangered grizzly bear population

Shuttle bus pickup point is located along 'particularly important' crossing corridor

Squamish adopts camping bylaw

Council formally passes camping restrictions

Downtown Squamish won't be the star of as many shows this year

District not approving permits for daytime filming in downtown core until new policies are worked out to help businesses impacted by productions

Seeking Sea to Sky youth for sustainability project

Applications welcome until July 31 from locals aged 16 to 30 interested in Fraser Basin Council program


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