Partial Recall for the week of May 12 

PIQUE PERFECTION Pique Newsmagazine brought home five gold awards at Saturday's Ma Murray Awards, including the gold BCLC Newspaper Excellence Award: Category D. Pique staffers in attendance were, left to right: Glenda Bartosh, Lindsey Ataya, Clare Ogilvie, Lou Stevens, Dan Falloon, Jon Parris, Sarah Strother, Brandon Barrett, Karl Partington, Braden Dupuis and Cathryn Atkinson.
  • PIQUE PERFECTION Pique Newsmagazine brought home five gold awards at Saturday's Ma Murray Awards, including the gold BCLC Newspaper Excellence Award: Category D. Pique staffers in attendance were, left to right: Glenda Bartosh, Lindsey Ataya, Clare Ogilvie, Lou Stevens, Dan Falloon, Jon Parris, Sarah Strother, Brandon Barrett, Karl Partington, Braden Dupuis and Cathryn Atkinson.
click to enlarge WHAT'S SUMMER? Eleven-year-old Emerson Raffler was shredding in the Whistler Blackcomb Terrain Park on Saturday, May 7. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • WHAT'S SUMMER? Eleven-year-old Emerson Raffler was shredding in the Whistler Blackcomb Terrain Park on Saturday, May 7.
SKI CLUB HELP The Whistler Nordics have been presented with a cheque from Scotiabank of $1,810.25 to match the funds raised at its recent Creekbread fundraiser. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • SKI CLUB HELP The Whistler Nordics have been presented with a cheque from Scotiabank of $1,810.25 to match the funds raised at its recent Creekbread fundraiser.
BE PREPARED Whistler held a full-scale emergency response exercise on Wednesday, May 4, as part of Emergency Preparedness Week. The exercise involved Whistler Fire Rescue Service, Whistler Search and Rescue, RCMP and other first response agencies and included a mock wildfire scenario. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • BE PREPARED Whistler held a full-scale emergency response exercise on Wednesday, May 4, as part of Emergency Preparedness Week. The exercise involved Whistler Fire Rescue Service, Whistler Search and Rescue, RCMP and other first response agencies and included a mock wildfire scenario.
SUPPORTING FIRST RESPONDERS Police, firefighters, paramedics, and members of the military joined forces on a provincial "Tour of Honour" to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mental health injuries. They came to Whistler on Saturday, May 7. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • SUPPORTING FIRST RESPONDERS Police, firefighters, paramedics, and members of the military joined forces on a provincial "Tour of Honour" to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mental health injuries. They came to Whistler on Saturday, May 7.

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