The Squamish Nation Responds (Part 2): Capilano RV Park

This is the second in a series of seven posts. The intention is to provide a transparent, truthful and clear accounting of the facts.

These are Squamish Nation responses to some of the public statements made by members of the Partnership (Dennis L. Baker, Frank J. Baker, Darlene  Garrick, Pamela Baker, Wayne C. Baker and Wade S. Baker and we understand, Lucy Emily Baker) that operated the Capilano Mobile and RV Park.

Issue #2

MEMBER OF PARTNERSHIP:

“WE are still in court today ‘BY COURT ORDER’.”

SQUAMISH NATION RESPONSE:  The Partnership makes its own decisions to continuously bring proceedings before the court.

The Nation has succeeded in every single court application, whether it be in the Squamish Action or the Partnership’s action and it would be unnecessary for the Nation or the Partnership to go to court if the Partnership did not take unreasonable positions that are contrary to well-established legal principles.

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