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August 25, 2016, 1:00 AM

Citizen group aims to make noise for Whistler bears

Can COS procedures be improved?: Judging by the online reaction to the news that three Whistler bears — a 10-year-old sow and her two cubs — were killed last week as a result of human conflict, Whistlerites care deeply for the bears of the valley. More...

Citizen group aims to make noise for Whistler bears

Features & Images

August 25, 2016

Turning up the heat

Turning up the heat

A steady influx of visitors during summer months has turned Whistler into a year-round tourist machine More.

Sports

August 25, 2016

Crankworx's Kinnaird reflects on 2016

Crankworx's Kinnaird reflects on 2016

Festival to add fourth stop in Austria for 2017 More.

A&E

August 25, 2016

'Whistler doesn't want to recreate an urban cultural experience'

'Whistler doesn't want to recreate an urban cultural experience'

Arts Whistler's new executive director Maureen Douglas talks about her vision for the future More.

Food & Drink

August 25, 2016

Araxi braves the elements with launch of new cookbook

Araxi braves the elements with launch of new cookbook

Book features 80 rustic, family-style recipes inspired by the Longtable Dinner More.

Events

Through Oct. 15

Where are the Children?: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools

Where are the Children?: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools

@ Squamish Lilwat Cultural Centre
Between 1831 and 1969, residential schools operated in Canada through arrangements between the Government of... More.

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