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Jennifer Thuncher

Jennifer Thuncher

Jennifer Thuncher is the editor and a journalist at The Squamish Chief, where she has worked since 2014.

When not editing others' copy or meeting with locals, Jennifer writes various stories — from community events to in-depth environmental pieces to sports and hard news.

When not at work, Jennifer spends time in Squamish's backcountry hiking or 4x4ing with her partner and their boss, a border collie rescue named Toby. In the summer, her passion is goat yoga — as in doing yoga with baby goats.

She welcomes your questions, story ideas, opinions and dog advice.

Email
jthuncher@squamishchief.com

Recent Work by Jennifer

Phase 2 of a new Britannia Beach Townhomes development is underway

Phase 2 of a new Britannia Beach Townhomes development is underway

All told, with combined phases, there will eventually be 73 townhomes, a heritage village and a commercial hub.
Missing Squamish man has been located

Missing Squamish man has been located

RCMP are reporting the missing man has been located and is safe.
How will aging impact your ability to do your Sea to Sky Sport?

How will aging impact your ability to do your Sea to Sky Sport?

A Q&A with a BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit doctor.
Squamish carver Ryan Cook set to appear as a judge on Discovery's 'A Cut Above'

Squamish carver Ryan Cook set to appear as a judge on Discovery's 'A Cut Above'

First episode of chainsaw competition series, which stars actor Adam Beach as host, to air Aug. 8.
The countdown is on to the Squamish Constellation Festival

The countdown is on to the Squamish Constellation Festival

Indie-rock band The New Pornographers replace Black Pumas as headliners at the festival this weekend.
Officers have located missing instruments

Officers have located missing instruments

Previously, seven instruments were reported missing, RCMP say.
From the Sea to Sky to Slovenia: Reaching tremendous new heights

From the Sea to Sky to Slovenia: Reaching tremendous new heights

Sea to Sky Nordics youth get a chance to train on summer jumps in Planica.
Don’t Love it to Death: New community initiative aims to educate Sea to Sky visitors and locals

Don’t Love it to Death: New community initiative aims to educate Sea to Sky visitors and locals

Sea to Sky Destination Management Council campaign will encourage folks to ‘tread lightly.’
Squamish mural of local icon a vision to behold

Squamish mural of local icon a vision to behold

Thor Froslev is depicted in Downtown Squamish mural by international artist Kevin Ledo.
Tow truck drivers arrested after hitting vehicles in Squamish

Tow truck drivers arrested after hitting vehicles in Squamish

RCMP say community assistance combined with police work led to arrests.