Under the Bridge: The Story Behind Slashiter Cove
The Slashiter Cove bowl was a renegade project that both polarized and unified the community. Here is the story behindRead more.
Behind the Scenes: Meet the People Behind Squamish Days
The heart of Squamish Days is its amazingly dedicated volunteers. Meet the multi-generational community behind this 60th anniversary of LoggersRead more.
The Tradition of Cedar Bark Harvesting and Weaving
Cedar bark is integral to coastal First Nation Culture. Here are some interesting clips on cedar bark harvesting and weaving.Read more.
State of the Art in the Sea to Sky
Opening night at this year's State of the Art in Whistler pays homage to talented local artists including the iconicRead more.
I M U R: Our Electronic Soul Addiction
I M U R exudes an eclectic electronic mix of musical genres. Check out the playlist they've curated exclusively forRead more.
The Guild Art Collective: Designing Big
The Guild Art Collective is pushing the boundaries of installation art and stage design in the Sea-to-Sky and across NorthRead more.
How To Say Sḵwx̱wú7mesh
The highway signs explained. A Squamish Nation language lesson that hits home.Read more.
The Unshakeable Legacy of James Bondage
Squamish in the mid-2000's was unflinchingly open and hedonistic. This event put it all on show for a very worthyRead more.
Ben Haggar at VIMFF – The Devil is in the Details
Squamish.com contributor Ben Haggar took home 2nd Place at the VIMFF photography awards last night. Here's the story behind theRead more.
This Beautiful Day: Meet the Artist
Have you ever wondered how "This Beautiful Day" ties in with the community of Squamish? Let the artist tell you.Read more.
Tom Wright- Film Curator for VIMFF
The curator of films featured at the Vancouver International Film Festival shares with us some local favourites and what itRead more.
Bass Coast Festival: This Space in Time
It outgrew its Squamish home some time ago, but the roots still run deep. Seeing how far this festival hasRead more.
Don’t Blow Out the Spot
Is your favourite spot now swarming with people? Maybe it's time to fine-tune your social media strategy.Read more.
Joshua Watts: Traditional Culture Today
Meet the man behind the traditional Squamish Nation sea canoe housed in the Xwu’nekw Canoe Shelter in Downtown Squamish.Read more.
Pow Wow: Bridging Communities
The 14th Annual Squamish Valley Siyam Pow Wow is November 19 and 20, 2016. You're invited!Read more.
Patricia Heintzman and the Importance of Art
Our mayor has a lifetime love of arts and culture. It's now translating to the Squamish experience.Read more.
Quest University: New President, New Era
Perched in the hills above Squamish, Quest University is turning the page to the next chapter of its existence. PeterRead more.
Learning With Tsawaysia: Medicinal Hydroponics
We're learning lessons in building modern hydroponic systems to grow ancestral medicines at home.Read more.
Painting With Prana
Local photographer Ben Haggar brings yoga photography to the next level with these fascinating shots taken on the Chief atRead more.
Squampton: What’s in a Name?
Twenty years later, this nickname is still going strong. What gives?Read more.
Learning with Tsawaysia
Squamish Nation's Alice Guss on relearning culture, knowledge, and connecting us all.Read more.