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Episode 15: MMIWG, Cole Smith at the UFC, Rugby champs, Leo award and the Constellation Festival

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Photo: Clayton Matthews Squamish students raise their voices to share awareness about the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls. Cole Smith talks to us about his UFC win . Smith the first Squamish MMA fighter to rise to the highest level of competition in mixed martial arts. The […]


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Photo: Clayton Matthews

Squamish students raise their voices to share awareness about the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls.

Cole Smith talks to us about his UFC win. Smith the first Squamish MMA fighter to rise to the highest level of competition in mixed martial arts.

The Squamish Axemen Rugby Club claim their first championship victory. Player and manager Cian Starogardzki explains how they clinched the win — both on (and off) the field.

Organizer Kirsten Andrews shows us why the Constellation Festival is the place to be for music — even if your favourite band isn't playing.

The Squamish Sound is about local news that impacts you. Journalists at The Squamish Chief newspaper examine the most important topics affecting the town. Once a week, every Friday.

Listen on iTunes and Soundcloud, Spotify, Google Play Music and find weekly episodes on our website.

Hosted by Steven Chua and Keili Bartlett.

Cover photo by Clayton Matthews.

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