Particulate sampling test results now available following Squamish Terminals dock fire

The District of Squamish has been working with the various agencies in the aftermath of the Terminals dock fire to follow up on environmental monitoring and testing. Included in this work is the testing of particulates samples taken throughout the community to determine any possible negative impacts from the smoke. A preliminary update on the sampling has now been provided by Envirochem Services Inc.


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Stawamus Chief Rock Slide Update

Stawamus Chief Rock Slide Update: The geological engineers are in the process of compiling their findings and an update is anticipated the next couple days. The Mamquam Forest Service Road is open but the climbing access trail to Angel's Crest is closed until further notice. 
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Stawamus Chief Slide update 9 p.m.

Squamish Search and Rescue (SAR) and the RCMP have remained on site throughout the afternoon and evening working to assess geotechnical hazards within the rock slide area, and identify people out on the Chief to the cars in the parking lot.
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Squamish Oceanfront Development

A developer has been chosen for the Squamish Oceanfront lands.

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The new Integrated Flood Hazard Management Plan (IFHMP) will guide development and land use in Squamish for years to come. 

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Employment Lands Strategy

The District of Squamish is developing an Employment Lands Strategy to ensure that employment lands are available and used to their full potential for the community’s benefit, and to help meet the District’s local economic development objectives.

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Kid's Toy & Clothing Sale

When: April 25  - 09:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Brennan Park Recreation Centre

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Sea T Sky Big Band with Melissa Braun and Kevin McKenzie

Under the direction of jazz trumpeter, music educator and band leader Michael Perkins, the Sea T Sky Big Band returns to the BAG with a collection of new tunes and a few new faces.

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Day of Mourning

Join us on April 26 as we remember who have lost their lives to workplace injury or disease.

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Squamish: A Place for Business

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