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Proposal for huge ski resort above Squamish prompts controversy – The Province

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 2015446 Views

May 12, 2015

The company that owns the Vancouver Canucks is confident that it will get the go-ahead this fall for a huge ski resort proposed for the hills above Squamish and that construction will start in two to three years.

Aquilini Development and Construction, part of the Aquilini Investment Group that owns the NHL team, is proposing to build Garibaldi at Squamish with the Gaglardis, a prominent developer family that owns the Sandman hotel chain and Denny’s, and other investors.

The proposed development, which includes 23 ski lifts with 124 ski trails, hotels and market housing, is going through the province’s environmental assessment review.

A new public comment period opened days ago and closes on June 22. There is an open house in Squamish on May 21.

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