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Bringing local jobs and boosting the local economy
Comparing communities to learn what Squamish can do better Go to squamishchief.com. #localnewsmatters #seatosky #squamish

Housing beyond Quest Uni part of long-term Squamish Nation plan
District of Squamish not supportive of adding to reserve lands See more at squamishchief.com #localnewsmatters #seatosky #squamish

The Chief's latest edition is out, have you picked it up?? #localnewsmatters

SORCA opens up its biggest trail yet
Squamish riders can blaze down a new nine-kilometre route

Keeping grandparents in the family
Squamish grandmother is one of many in Canada fighting for access to her grandchild squamishchief.com #localnewsmatters #seatosky #squamish

Centrepoint set to open
Sea to Sky Community Services Centrepoint organizers reflect on the importance of community spirit in the development of the project See more at squamishchief.com #seatosky #squamish

‘Humans helping humans’
Council unanimous in its support for not-for-profit venture, Under One Roof #seatosky #localnewsmatters

The passionate quest to have a child
Local women share their journey of surrogacy Read more at squamishchief.com. #localnewsmatters

More photos from the Squamish Rod and Gun Club's 75th birthday celebrations on Saturday.
Thanks to photographer Brian Aikens for all these great shots!

Cute alert:
Reader Neil Brown, who often submits amazing and adorable photos to The Chief, sent us this one of his friend's dog, Eragon, taken on Saturday afternoon to the bottom of The Stawamus Chief.
To submit a photo for publication email news@squamishchief.com.

Air quality index borders on moderate risk
Federal government issues a slight bump in air quality measurement Photo by @david_buzzard_photography

Making the dull beautiful!
On July 10th a group of 13 Squamish youth began their week long project transforming a public facility into a beautiful work of art. The Squamish Arts Council is hosting a series of art camps this summer and the Public Arts Camp was the first to kick off the series. The Squamish Arts Council applied to the Public Art Committee to paint the pump station at Clarke & Guilford in Valleycliffe. Artist facilitators Toby Jaxon and Zoë Evamy spent a successful week teaching the students "everything from colour theory, to how to mix paint and care for the tools, to how to cooperate as a team” says Toby Jaxon. By the end of the week, camp participants gave the building a full makeover.
Submitted photos.

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