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Re: “You can bank on this...

Managing big business is a highly responsible task and only dedicated skilled people are able to do this. No less important task is getting a loan and there is a need to find a good lender. You may need to avoid credit check getting a loan and there are some ways to do that.

Posted by Kim Henry on 04/16/2014 at 4:26 AM

Re: “Bringing grizzlies back from the brink

this is great seeing how government seems intent on killing off the grizzly population north of SW BC with the trophy hunting licenses

Posted by Chris Oxner on 04/15/2014 at 12:50 PM

Re: “'Bossy Bonny Two Braids' documented Whistler's life and soul

Bonny was a friendly new face when she was welcomed into Whistler's small group of professional photographers. We would cover the same events and look forward to seeing one another's images published in our respective newspapers. She will be missed by many, and remembered by all those people she photographed. News photographers remember the details surrounding each time they engage with people and places to capture, document and share their vision. Thank you, Bonny, for all you gave to us.
Brian (Smith) Hydesmith - photographer for The Whistler Question.

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Posted by BrianSmith on 04/14/2014 at 11:27 AM

Re: “Big horror reflected in Oculus

Dear Mr. Banks, Thanks for the mention, if anyone's interested in downloading Run Run It's Him, go to the website,, and for the measly fee of $10 you can own the movie. Thanks again, Matt P

Posted by Matt Pollack on 04/14/2014 at 7:24 AM

Re: “Chef's Choice: Jim Bland

Panko Dredge?

Posted by Peter Blasko on 04/12/2014 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Bringing grizzlies back from the brink Please everyone who believes Grizzlies are worth more alive than dead go to this petition and sign and share. Also call your local MLA and make a 20min appointment to voice your opinion of the killing of our iconic apex predator omnivore for 'bragging rights' by a small vocal minority who are socially unacceptable and a 'dying' breed in our society. Whales and dolphins are no longer killed in BC waters (except by tankers and nets etc) and killing grizzlies with high powered rifles for fun must end now too!

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Posted by Barb Murray on 04/12/2014 at 10:34 AM

Re: “LNG experts share concerns

This was a great panel discussion. I definitely learned more about the process of LNG and how it affects Squamish, BC, and the global community. As it stands now, I am in opposition to putting this facility at the old Woodfibre site, but I would also like to hear from the proponents of the project. With Squamish putting a community committee together, I'd like to see a formal public debate on the matter - instead of the smoke and mirrors that we're getting from Christy Clark and her posse of smoke blowers. I call on fellow BC taxpayers and Squamish residents to insist this, so that we are all educated on what this means to our community and province and can use our voices accordingly. #lng #christyclark #bcliberals #squamish #environment #bceconomy #lngwoodfibre #smokeandmirrors #environmentalassessment #lngplant #supernaturalbc #seatosky #britishcolumbia #savehowesound #howesound

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Posted by Bridey Payne on 04/10/2014 at 1:39 PM

Re: “Environmental groups upset by Park Amendment Act

Maybe with the ALR changes, we'll see some of the farmland in Pemby turned into strip malls too

Posted by Patrick Smyth on 04/08/2014 at 10:31 AM

Re: “Environmental groups upset by Park Amendment Act

Jordan, I hope you have time to be following how your words are being swallowed and can comment, perhaps on this:

How does this:

"Sturdy said the motivation for the amendment is mainly to accommodate research in parks around the province.

"The Park Act amendment will allow permits for researching and information gathering in regards to vegetation sampling, fish surveys and geo-technical studies," said Sturdy. "They could involve soil sampling for archeological assessments, collection of plant or animal specimens, or the installation of gauges and instruments to measure environmental things like stream flows."

He added there won't be drilling or road building in parks now that the Park Amendment has passed.

"The sky is not falling," Sturdy said from his office in Victoria at the Legislature."

Square with this:

"According to the amendment research and feasibility studies, activities that can now be permitted inside parks would include, "without limitation, the feasibility of the location, design, construction, use, maintenance, improvement or deactivation, of one or more of the following: a road or highway, a pipeline, a transmission line, a telecommunications project" and/or "a structure, improvement or work related" to any of the items listed above."

If your claim is true, why was the law drafted otherwise?

your pal, BK

Posted by Bruce Kay on 04/08/2014 at 9:56 AM

Re: “WSSF skiing Big Air saved thanks to private support

LOL AngieR "R U out of your mind" sounds like you're upset about something and using this as an excuse to say something.

This event brings so much money and as Joey said "spin offs" to the town of whistler that whatever support the muni gives, it and the residents of the town get back and easily more. Maybe one day after your misery goes away you'll wake up and say oh right. thx WSSF

Posted by hellojello on 04/07/2014 at 2:49 PM

Re: “Environmental groups upset by Park Amendment Act

This amendment fits perfectly with the UN's 'Wildlands Project Plan' which is outlined in Agenda 21.

I'm a lot more worried about the park boundry lines being redrawn to force residents out of their communities. As the amendment grants such power.

When the government says don't panic "The sky is not falling", PANIC!!!…

Posted by colin.kennedy.359 on 04/07/2014 at 2:23 PM

Re: “Gibbons Hospitality Group to launch new brand

Speaking in coloquial terms, "that's taking the bull by the Longhorns".

Posted by Paula Shackleton on 04/07/2014 at 10:34 AM

Re: “Back to old school — Jackson Hole culture still all about the mountains

Sounds like you have found your Nirvanna Snow area.

Not all of us are so picky -just happy to be able to slide on the snow whenever and where-ever.

Enjoy your fun always, be happy.

Al Safrata

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Posted by AL.S on 04/06/2014 at 2:54 PM

Re: “A great Pumpkin sews the seeds of a new approach to art

Using 400 pounds of steel and toxic paint to make an oversized "organic looking" vegetable? Oh the irony...

Posted by A-Train on 04/06/2014 at 1:18 PM

Re: “Apology?... no F%#*ing way!

Hey everybody....quit picking on Justin....I love him.

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Posted by buddhawest on 04/05/2014 at 11:19 PM

Re: “Nothing artificial about reef dispute

I severely protest the sinking of the ship in Halkett Bay. It is simply disgusting to take a pristine quiet bay and turn it into a circus. The location of the ship sinking is currently used as an anchorage for sail and power boats, it is good holding ground with sand/silt bottom and the Halkett Bay Marine Park currently maintains a tie-up buoy there - I and many others say NO, do not take away our anchorage!
Sincerely, Eric L Kay.

Posted by Eric Eardley Lestock-Kay on 04/05/2014 at 6:48 PM

Re: “LNG concerns rile Howe Sound residents

whether or not it is Jordans job to sell this project, it absolutely is Jordans job to make sure we get the best informed advice. He has a well financed ministry at his finger tips called Government Communications and Public Engagement which presumably can be used by him to inform his constituents of not just the usual feel good mail out propaganda we expect from John Weston, but also hard data and expert opinion that they can pin their reputations to.

I'm not sure if he intends to be available at the Quest University meeting, but he certainly should be requested to attend and make himself available to at least some public enquiry as to how he plans on supplying us with the information we need.

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Posted by Bruce Kay on 04/05/2014 at 5:45 PM

Re: “LNG concerns rile Howe Sound residents

Excellent article. I'm impressed by how you collated the various voices from around Howe Sound. This highlights very clearly that Jordan Sturdy is willing to dismiss his constituents' intelligent concerns as ill-informed if they disagree with his perspective.

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Posted by Robin Spano on 04/04/2014 at 6:58 PM

Re: “LNG concerns rile Howe Sound residents

Interesting comment on behalf of Jordan Sturdy that it's not really the government's job to sell this project... some would add that it's not really the government's job to sell the entire proposed LNG industry, which is being done by government at any cost, environmental and otherwise (industry access to B.C. Parks, revisions to the ALR, exclusions from the Clean Air Act).

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Posted by Cheryl Cameron on 04/04/2014 at 6:15 PM

Re: “'Bossy Bonny Two Braids' documented Whistler's life and soul

Nice work, Alison. Bonny was such a pro, yet so much fun to be around. The Sea to Sky community is truly diminished by her passing. Peace to Laurence, her other family and close friends. I'll be away on the 13th, but will be there in spirit.

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Posted by David Burke on 04/04/2014 at 6:02 PM

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