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What is happening with Garibaldi at Squamish? | Squamish Chief

Former city planner and Squamish resident Sabina FooFat is on record as having opposed the earlier iteration of the Garibaldi at Squamish project. The previous plan for two golf courses, in particular, irked FooFat, who formerly worked for the District of Squamish for a decade and the City of Vancouver for five years. But times, plans and opinions change. [read more]

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JUST SOLD: 22 1800 MAMQUAM RD, SQUAMISH

HOME IS HERE! Townhome living in highly sought after Garibaldi Estates. Boasting 3 beds, 2.5 baths, your own front door, garage & yard! The bright main floor offers a powder room, open concept living, kitchen, & dining rooms w/ plenty of space for house sized furniture, stone counters, large island, SS appliances & ample storage complete the perfect townhouse kitchen. [read more]

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New Listing: 22 1800 Mamquam Rd, Squamish

HOME IS HERE! Townhome living in highly sought after Garibaldi Estates. Boasting 3 beds, 2.5 baths, your own front door, garage & yard! The bright main floor offers a powder room, open concept living, kitchen, & dining rooms w/ plenty of space for house sized furniture, stone counters, large island, SS appliances & ample storage complete the perfect townhouse kitchen. [read more]

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NEW TRANSIT ROUTES COULD CONNECT VANCOUVER TO SQUAMISH, WHISTLER & PEMBERTON

Transit service from Vancouver up the Sea-to-Sky and as far north as Pemberton could be a real thing in the near future. The concepts were created after positive support was given for a potential service in the Sea–to-Sky region, during the first round of public consultations in the fall of 2016. [read more]

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Province gets behind plan to expand Sea to Sky transit

Public transit along the Sea to Sky has long been a hot topic, especially as the number of commuters from Squamish to downtown Vancouver and the North Shore continues to grow. The province is now getting behind discussions in the Sea to Sky region on how to improve transit service. [read more]

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