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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.

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steven@squamishchief.com

Recent Work by Steven

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.
Squamish SAR part of documentary production

Squamish SAR part of documentary production

Film crews will be tagging along with rescuers through August.
New Squamish trail offers bikers a chance for serious air time

New Squamish trail offers bikers a chance for serious air time

'Airplane Mode' has opened up thanks to thousands of hours of volunteer work.
Squamish company showcases its hydrogen liquefier

Squamish company showcases its hydrogen liquefier

Quantum Technology makes a case for hydrogen power and its role in that future.
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.
Video: Check out this first-person take on Squamish’s most Instagram-worthy climb

Video: Check out this first-person take on Squamish’s most Instagram-worthy climb

Simul-climbers race up Star Chek, just above the Cheakamus River.
Watch: Homeless veteran gifted a new mobile home from Squamish community

Watch: Homeless veteran gifted a new mobile home from Squamish community

After an extensive fundraising effort, fellow veterans complete van home conversion for Orville Larson.
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.
Trial for Squamish woman accused of animal cruelty wraps up

Trial for Squamish woman accused of animal cruelty wraps up

Closing arguments in the case, which involved the seizure of 29 dogs from Brackendale property, hinge on whether pets were knowingly left in distress.