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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

Here's why you should carry a rescue beacon

Here's why you should carry a rescue beacon

Squamish SAR airlifted a kayaker after a nearby group activated their rescue beacon on Aug. 7.
Experts share tips on driving the Sea to Sky Highway safely

Experts share tips on driving the Sea to Sky Highway safely

A spate of collisions on the Sea to Sky Highway are a good reason to review safety protocols.
Squamish's beloved Andre the cougar dies

Squamish's beloved Andre the cougar dies

Thanks to volunteers' rescue efforts in 2009, the orphaned cub lived a long, happy life.
Photos: Squamish gallery displays trash turned into artistic treasure

Photos: Squamish gallery displays trash turned into artistic treasure

One day ahead of Earth Day, Diving In: The Art of Cleaning Lakes and Oceans, showed how local artists turned trash found in local waters into treasure.
Squamish resident fined $2,300 for breaking COVID gathering rules in December

Squamish resident fined $2,300 for breaking COVID gathering rules in December

North Vancouver judge deems the fine was not disputed after resident did not show up in court.
What is it like to ride an ebike?

What is it like to ride an ebike?

Reporter Steven Chua takes a ride on a Blazing Saddles Adventures ebike in Squamish to find out.
Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

'Frontlines' shows health-care workers' relationships to climbing amid the pandemic
Removal of the Squamish Spit begins

Removal of the Squamish Spit begins

For kiteboarders, it's the end of an era. For conservationists and the Squamish Nation, it's a way to give local salmon a second chance.
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