A bear and her two cubs were killed by conservation officers in downtown Squamish on Sunday after causing an “extensive amount” of property damage and continuously eating garbage. The mother black bear had been tagged and relocated before, but this time she returned with her cubs and was teaching them how to find food in garbage bins downtown. “We tried to haze them away. We even blocked an entire road so they could get away.
It’s a part of childhood many of us take for granted. Two Squamish students are travelling to Nicaragua to build a school in a rural community to more kids have a chance at an education. Grade 8 students Zoe Carter, from Don Ross Middle School, and Maren Malik, from Coast Mountain Academy, are fundraising to help them get to the Central American country. They will be leaving Squamish in July for Los Campos, a small community in western Nicaragua as part of a ME to WE volunteer trip.
A “highly habituated” two-year-old bear was killed by conservation officers in Britannia Beach on June 6. The young black bear was first captured in Squamish and brought to Critter Care in Langley and then released back into the forest in the Sea to Sky area. It was relocated again after making its way back to town, only to show up in Britannia Beach this time. The bear was roaming Britannia Beach and breaking into garbage cans, bird feeders and garages in search of food.
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