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Squamish Mountain Festival Set to Rock
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 26 June 2009

Time to leverage climbing potential, states report
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 1 June 2009

Upkeeping a town gem
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 13 March 2009

Candidates Grilled Over GAS
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 31 October 2008

Keeping High and Dry Together: Co-op Climbing Gym Opens Nov. 1
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 1 November 2008

Squamish Access Society Upset by Filming: Part of Smoke Bluffs Closed on Eve of Mountain Festival
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 18 July 2008

Mountain Festival Hosts World Famous Climbers
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 4 July 2008

Malamute Clear Cut Culprits Close to Settlement With DOS
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 21 March 2008

Fuel Runs Into Browning Lake: Cleanup of Murrin Park Into Sixth Week
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 14 March 2008

CRB Logging Denies Undertaking Tree Removal
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 13 April 2007

Malamute Clear Cut Angers Users
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 6 April 2007

Gondola proponents want to move ahead
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 20 August 2007

Mountain Fest a Huge Success: Speakers, Clinics and Films Raise Over $10,000 for Climber Access
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 27 July 2007

Film Festival Seeks Adventure Entries
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 23 March 2007

20-year Smoke Bluffs Park ‘Odyssey’ Almost a Reality
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 6 October 2006

Tourism Squamish Pushes Outdoor Rec Marketing
The Squamish Chief and The Question, 29 September 2006

Outdoor Rec Forum Tests Candidates
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 23 June 2006

Land Conservancy to Buy Chief Gondola Site
Squamish Chief Newspaper, 11 March 2005

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