Ch’ax̱áy is the Squamish name for Horseshoe Bay. Long before Europeans arrived, Squamish peoples would camp in the area when travelling back and forth from Squamish. It was a popular place to go fishing for herring and cod, and to hunt birds and other animals. According to August Jack, Ch’ax̱áy means “sizzling noise” and it […]

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