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Steven Chua

Steven Chua

Steven Chua has been a reporter for The Squamish Chief since 2017.

He’s covered municipal hall, the courts, the school board, the regional district and everything in between.

In 2018, he won an award from the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards for his reporting on the changes happening to Britannia Beach.

After realizing Squamish has no movie theatre, he took up rock climbing and hiking to help pass the time.

Email
steven@squamishchief.com

Recent Work by Steven

Squamish woman attacked by bear calls for people to respect estuary closure

Squamish woman attacked by bear calls for people to respect estuary closure

Reports of people disregarding closures prompt concern from officials.
Search for missing Squamish man ongoing

Search for missing Squamish man ongoing

RCMP say they are still investigating the disappearance of Keith Zajac, who went missing in August.
Sea to Sky Gondola doubles reward for tips about two previous acts of sabotage

Sea to Sky Gondola doubles reward for tips about two previous acts of sabotage

BC RCMP say no arrests, hope that folks come forward with what they know now that the reward from the gondola is $500,000.
FortisBC presents to Squamish council on the statistical risks of the Eagle Mountain to Woodfibre Gas Pipeline project

FortisBC presents to Squamish council on the statistical risks of the Eagle Mountain to Woodfibre Gas Pipeline project

'A person is twice as likely to be killed, statistically speaking, in an earthquake:' Fortis 
Young children can now receive a COVID-19 vaccination at clinics in VCH region

Young children can now receive a COVID-19 vaccination at clinics in VCH region

Vancouver Coastal Health is vaccinating six-month-olds and older, following Health Canada’s approval in mid-July.
Enbridge invests in Woodfibre LNG project

Enbridge invests in Woodfibre LNG project

Activists question the increased price tag of $5.1 billion, up from $1.6 billion; Woodfibre says costs now include the accompanying FortisBC pipeline project.
Federal Families Minister addresses Sea to Sky daycare crunch

Federal Families Minister addresses Sea to Sky daycare crunch

Karina Gould was in Squamish to mark the one-year anniversary of a federal childcare deal.
FortisBC to create a second pipeline for Woodfibre LNG project

FortisBC to create a second pipeline for Woodfibre LNG project

However, this pipe will serve as a backup and will not increase the amount of gas flowing to the Squamish facility, the utility says.
Squamish resident found guilty under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act

Squamish resident found guilty under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act

North Vancouver court judge rules the 29 dogs seized were kept in unsanitary conditions that caused distress.
Opinion: Why did it take so long for the church to say sorry to Indigenous Canadians?

Opinion: Why did it take so long for the church to say sorry to Indigenous Canadians?

In a case like this, an apology has much more far-reaching implications.
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