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Jennifer Thuncher

Jennifer Thuncher

Jennifer Thuncher is the editor and a journalist at The Squamish Chief, where she has worked since 2014.

When not editing others' copy or meeting with locals, Jennifer writes various stories — from community events to in-depth environmental pieces to sports and hard news.

When not at work, Jennifer spends time in Squamish's backcountry hiking or 4x4ing with her partner and their boss, a border collie rescue named Toby. In the summer, her passion is goat yoga — as in doing yoga with baby goats.

She welcomes your questions, story ideas, opinions and dog advice.

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Recent Work by Jennifer

New Chief Harry Family Scholarship aims to boost Indigenous students across Canada

New Chief Harry Family Scholarship aims to boost Indigenous students across Canada

$50,000 scholarship supports 10 Indigenous students over five years.
How has Squamish's first electric garbage truck fared?

How has Squamish's first electric garbage truck fared?

Performance, sustainability impact, and driver insights revealed.
Increased education and patrols aim to protect Squamish Valley from abuse

Increased education and patrols aim to protect Squamish Valley from abuse

Learn about the new initiative aiming to protect Squamish Nation territory and promote safe recreation practices.
See orcas in Howe Sound

See orcas in Howe Sound

Squamish's Gerald Wolfe spotted orcas while hanging out at the beach in Furry Creek on May 2.
Squamish custom motorcycle builders win big at North America’s largest motorcycle show

Squamish custom motorcycle builders win big at North America’s largest motorcycle show

How a 1978 Honda became a showstopper: C+R Moto Co.’s award-winning journey.
Feeling hesitant to text an old friend? New research says you're not alone

Feeling hesitant to text an old friend? New research says you're not alone

SFU study co-author Lara Aknin delves into the reluctance to reach out to past connections.
Driver strikes pedestrian and baby in Squamish, arrested two blocks away

Driver strikes pedestrian and baby in Squamish, arrested two blocks away

Public's help sought in Sea to Sky hit-and-run involving baby in stroller.
Bracing for the summer season in the Squamish Valley

Bracing for the summer season in the Squamish Valley

From wildfires to waste, discover how Squamish Valley grapples with the challenges of conserving its natural beauty amid rising human disregard.
‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

Local veteran paddler surprised by close encounter with 20-plus Pacific white-sided dolphins.
ICYMI: Squamish food beat: From beekeeper to dance instructor to local Freshii franchise owner

ICYMI: Squamish food beat: From beekeeper to dance instructor to local Freshii franchise owner

Gerald Cote reflects on his ‘go with the flow’ path and hopes for his newly opened downtown location.
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