Thomasina Pidgeon and the Grand Wall Bouldering Co-op
Thomasina is a climber, photographer, writer, coach, nomad, and mother. She s the first Canadian female athlete to boulder V.11Read more.
Life After Near Death – Sean Bridge’s New Beginning
After Sean Bridge nearly died on the Fraser River, he turned to woodworking in the name of rehabilitation. This isRead 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.
Piña Pop – Squamish’s Juicy New Print Shop
Nadi Fantastic has a vision for bringing brands to life on cost-effective, eco-friendly fabrics. Find out about why Squamish's newestRead more.
The Aha Moment: Adventure Writing With Andrew Findlay
“As long as I’m coming from a place of initial interest with an adventure, a culture or a place, inevitablyRead more.
Family Day – Find the Fun
We've asked a few local parents what they're doing to celebrate Family Day. If you're still on the hunt forRead 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.
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.
Jen McGuiness : A Green Thumb and Steady Perseverance
An unfulfilled Kickstarter campaign usually marks the end of the road for many entrepreneurs. But Jen McGuinness has a visionRead 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.
The Versatile Stewart Hughes
Most recognised by his well-loved street art in Squamish, his new project gathers a curated group of Sea to SkyRead more.
Nathan Kukathus: Form Follows Function
This local designer launched two companies this year, Grade VII Climbing and Cardamon. But you might already be using someRead 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.
The Shared Knowledge of Local Beekeeping
Longtime beekeeper Phil Ellis passes the knowledge of Squamish style beekeeping to the next generation, and Nic Butler is pickingRead 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.
Jen Segger: Uber Athlete Turned Mom
As it turns out, the biggest adventure starts at home.Read more.
Learning With Tsawaysia: Medicinal Hydroponics
We're learning lessons in building modern hydroponic systems to grow ancestral medicines at home.Read more.
2016: The Year of Miranda Miller
A stellar year competing, and a win at Crankworx 2016. We get the feeling she's just getting started.Read more.
Spencer Seabrooke: The Man Behind the Video
You saw the footage of his world record slackline triumph on the Chief last summer. Since then, life has changedRead more.
Hevy Duty: Climber, Community Builder, Style Renegade
One of Squamish's most recognizable characters talks about technology, forging your own path, and why the kids are alright.Read more.
ARTISTS TO WATCH | Lan Yao
Peek behind the scenes with this talented artist, whose childhood in Communist China shaped her artistic style.Read more.
Saw Like a Girl: Amy Fenton’s Grandmother Shows Her the Ropes
Fifty six years after competing at Loggers Sports, Ruth Fenton will be cheering on her granddaughters in the Double BuckRead more.