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Police need help searching for 18-year-old Nile Sinnes
RCMP are asking for assistance in locating the missing Squamish resident-
Police are asking for help finding an 18-year-old Squamish resident who has been missing since June 18. The RCMP's call for assistance comes after word around town spread about Nile Sinnes' disappearance, with multiple people taking to social media to plea for information on his whereabouts. Officers say Sinnes told his family he was heading to the mountains but his location is unknown.

The six-foot teen has a slim build, short brown hair and brown eyes. He was believed to be driving a 2003 Ford F150 pickup truck, with a B.C. licence plate number of KW4 277. Sinnes is known to be an avid outdoorsman who travels to various areas in B.C. to camp. His long absence without contact with family or friends is considered to be out of character.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Sinnes or the truck he is believed to be driving, please contact the Squamish RCMP at 604-892-6100 or your local police agency.

Have you picked up The Chief this week? Our lifestyle feature is about a Squamish couple's work in Uganda. #squamish #seatosky #localnewsmatters

A girl wields a martial arts weapon called a Chakar at the Sikh Parade held downtown on Saturday. People from all over the Lower Mainland visited Squamish for the annual event. (Photo by Steven Chua)

The forest for the trees
Local forestry stakeholders watching federal, provincial and municipal changes
- See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com. Photo by @david_buzzard_photography #squamish

Did you know him when he lived in Squamish? The resurrection of a Squamish singer’s dream
Former Canadian Tenor member launches solo career with heartfelt new single
- See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com. #squamish #seatosky

Were you there? What was your favourite part? Annual Sikh Parade serves as platform to share culture
People from across the Lower Mainland visited Squamish to commemorate the martyrdom of the fifth Guru of the Sikhs
- See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com. #seatosky #squamish

Plenty of dancing, food, song, celebration and learning at the Squamish Nation Aboriginal Day event on at Totem Hall. The event started in Squamish in 2004, it has grown ever since, says Coun. Joshua Joseph. 100s on hand today including Nation members, dignitaries, District of Squamish staff and council representatives, RCMP and Squamish Fire Rescue. #aboriginalday2017

About a local: An artful life
Squamish Nation artist Art Harry shares stories of his journey and his positive nature. More at squamishchief.com

A world torn apart
One Squamish nurse’s story of helping on the front lines in Iraq
- See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com. #localnewsmatters #seatosky

7mesh teams up with Lululemon.
Big news for a made-in-Squamish company.
7mesh Industries, a Squamish-based cycling apparel company, is teaming up with Lululemon to “push the boundaries in advanced technical apparel.” “Working in close partnership with Lululemon’s Whitespace team is an incredible opportunity for us. We’re excited to push the state of the art together in co-creating the most advanced technical performance apparel available,” said 7mesh CEO Tyler Jordan in a press release. - See more at: http://www.squamishchief.com/news/local-news

People stop to admire a rainbow above downtown on Friday evening. Thank you to Darryl Schwanke for sending in this photo.

Have you picked up this week's edition of The Chief?? Lots of unique local news inside! What is it like to live on social assistance in Squamish? Father's Day stories. What some amazing grads are up to... and so much more!! #squamish #seatosky #localnewsmatters

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