Reducing waste.
Raising awareness.
Building a stronger community.

We are a not-for-profit social enterprise that diverts reusable construction 'waste' from the landfill and provides community members with good quality, affordable building supplies.

Squamish ReBuild has a bunch of beautiful Christmas Decorations for you to purchase at amazing prices🎄 We also have some Christmas lights to add to your Tree or maybe you need a few more strands for your Holiday Parade Float☃️ ...

Join us THIS FRIDAY, for the District of Squamish's free community movie screening of SCRAP – a documentary film by Stacey Tenenbaum. Discover the vast and strangely beautiful places where things go to die and meet the people who collect, restore, and recycle the world's scrap.

SCRAP scratches beneath flaking paint and rusting metal to reveal the beauty and pathos in the ugliness we leave behind. Watch the trailer here:
Grab your (free) ticket here: Spots are filling up fast!

* Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. A donation box will be available with all proceeds going to help Squamish ReBuild with transition funding as we seek new leadership. And ReBuild Founder Inis LeBlanc will be there to say a few words.

Big thanks to Darren over at @mountainfmradio for the opportunity to spread the word about ReBuild's SOS call out to the community. Check out the conversation here: ...


Squamish ReBuild is issuing an SOS to the community in the hopes that a local organization, business, or group of individuals is willing to step in and take over the not-for-profit and return it to a financially sustainable venture.

“We need strong, new leadership with fresh energy, passion and ideas, to take over the reins by December 31,” said founder and board member Inis LeBlanc.

Established in 2011, Squamish ReBuild Society is a not-for-profit social enterprise that diverts reusable construction “waste” from the landfill and provides community members with affordable, quality building supplies. Its vision is to fundamentally change the way Squamish thinks about, and deals with, construction “waste” – saving both builders and consumers money in the long run and reducing their environmental impact.

“We are devastated at the thought of closing our doors after 11 amazing years, but we’ve reached a point where someone else needs to step in,” said LeBlanc, adding an injection of cash would also be required to pay off some debt and help in the transition to new leadership. “Without those two pieces, we won’t have any other choice but to fold.”

A number of significant challenges have led to the situation including a board of directors without future capacity, challenges finding qualified staff, site-drainage issues and a post-Covid shift in spending.

“Squamish ReBuild has played such an important role in building our community capacity over the last decade. It would be a huge loss to no longer have it, especially with the rising cost of building supplies, and the fact that the Squamish landfill is nearing capacity,” said LeBlanc.

“Squamish has always been full of tremendously passionate, community-oriented individuals who work hard and are keen to give back and help make the world a better place and we’re hopeful that Squamish will once again come through.”

Interested in helping save Squamish ReBuild? Contact LeBlanc at

SQUAMISH REBUILD will be CLOSED on Nov 11th for REMEMBRANCE DAY. Looking forward to seeing you Sat Nov 12th from 10-4 ...

Check out this great project….. ...

Pop by SQUAMISH REBUILD on Sun Oct 30th and let me help you come up with that unique last minute COSTUME🕷🕸👻🐙♻️🤖🎃🧙‍♀️ ...

Our vision is to fundamentally change the way our community

thinks about, and deals with, construction 'waste'.

We help you save money AND the environment!

We Accept

  • doors (no hollow slab)

  • electrical supplies

  • light fixtures

  • hardware & tools

  • sinks & faucets

  • kitchen & bathroom cabinets

  • toilets & tubs

  • plumbing supplies

  • lumber

  • paint

  • laminate/hardwood flooring

  • plywood

  • heavy duty shelving units

  • tiles, pavers & cement blocks

  • new insulation

  • windows

We Don't Accept

  • household goods or furniture

  • appliances

  • computers

  • other electronics

  • hot tubs or jet bath tubs

  • ceiling tile

  • carpet

  • blinds & drapes

  • drywall

  • garage doors or garage openers

  • toilets (tanks greater than 6 Lpf)

  • lumber less than 4 ft in length

  • fireplace inserts

  • hot water heaters

  • furnaces

  • skylight windows


Due to overstock, we are currently unable to accept the following items:

  • flush-mount ceiling lights
  • laminate or wood flooring (if less than 100 sq ft)
  • bathroom sinks (unless new, funky vintage or very modern)
  • blinds (unless new in package)
  • floor tile (if less than 60 sq ft)

Updated April 2022

Sorry, unfortunately we are no longer able to provide the free pick up services we have offered in the past. 

When you support Squamish ReBuild by donating, shopping, volunteering and spreading the word - you help build a stronger community!

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Contact us

40350A Government Rd, Squamish, BC
(Between Starbucks & Greg Gardner Motors,
behind Howe Sound Equipment)
(604) 567-5551

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