The Orca vs. Dolphin Showdown in Mamquam Channel
On a rainy day in 2014, Squamish came to a standstill as people crowded the waterfront to catch a glimpseRead more.
The Rich History of Loggers Sports
Squamish Days Loggers Sports celebrates the tenacity, skill, and athleticism it takes to be a logger, and community that builtRead more.
The Squamish Five: Urban Guerillas in the Midst
What do you get when you mix punk rock, women's rights, direct action, environmentalism, bombings, and porn? This infamous crew.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.
Squamish’s First Industry: Hops Farming
The craft beer is thriving in these parts. But did you know that hops were the backbone of Squamish’s earlyRead more.
That Time the Brew Pub Got Blacklisted
That's right. In another era, The Brew Pub was the lightning rod for conflict bubbling up in Squamish in theRead more.
Jack Habricht – Squamish Valley Pioneer
Did you know that Valleycliffe used to be called Skunk Hollow? We're throwing it back to the time of pioneerRead more.
Passenger Trains for Moving People
Squamish had it figured out 100 years ago; a passenger train to carry people between here and Vancouver. It's timeRead more.
Get Heard: Spread the Word
Before the internet, cell phones, and social media, this is how you spread the word.Read more.
Winter Driving: Sea to Sky Highway 1960
Long before the four lanes of hyper-engineered road we know as the Sea to Sky Highway, the Seaview Highway snaked itsRead more.
Elfin Lakes Hut: The Birth of Backcountry Skiing in Squamish
You may know it as Elfin Lakes Hut, but what stood before was the Diamond Head Chalet. Here's the storyRead more.
Photos with Santa : 1958
Photos with Santa; hilarious results.Read more.
Squamish has been doing backcountry since before it was a thing. Just ask these ladies.Read more.
Downtown Flood of 1940
Sometimes boats are the most viable option. Like during the downtown flood of 1940.Read more.
Group of Seven’s Fred Varley
This iconic Canadian artist spent time capturing the Howe Sound in his paintings. Can you recognize these places?Read more.
Seaview Highway Opens August 7, 1958
The Seaview Highway opened on August 7, 1958. Before then, a boat was your best option to get to Squamish.Read more.
Squamish Landing: 1905
Horse carriages unloading in Squamish. Circa 1905Read more.
PLAYLIST| Memories of Squamish Valley Music Festival
This 5 hour playlist honours some of the most memorable performances of the last 5 years. RIP SVMF.Read more.
Walking the Line with Johnny Cash
It's Loggers Sports Festival, July 28- Aug 1st. Remember that time the Man in Black performed?Read more.
That Time the Grateful Dead Came to Squamish?
Right after the Woodstock Festival in 1969, Squamish hosted some very famous bands. If we hadn't seen the gig poster,Read more.