Web-based map are very different from a paper-based map. For one thing, they allow you to move around the map and zoom in and out, but this is just the beginning. Web-based maps contain many different types of information and this information is added layer by layer. This way of building a map, in layers, makes it possible to interact with the map in useful ways, most importantly - to search for, and analyze the information stored on all those layers. This makes web-based maps extremely powerful tools for researching and understanding our community.
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July 28, 2016
B.C. Day hours of operation
For the B.C. Day holiday, Monday, August 1, the District's hours of operation are as follows:
July 20, 2016
Traditional Squamish Nation blessing of Xwu’nekw Canoe Shelter planned for Thursday
*Update: View photos from the blessing ceremony here.