Giving from both the heart and soul, our vivacious volunteers are an essential Support for our ever-evolving communities.
National Volunteer Week (April 21 to 27) is a time to rejoice in the fundamental role they play in our Sea to Sky communities. Just think about it — where would Whistler be without its merry band of volunteers?
After a successful six-year run the annual debate is over — or is it?
Over the last six years Whistler locals have mined the community's history, plucked its memorable figures, landmarks and objects and argued on their behalf as part of the annual Icon Gone event put on by the Whistler Museum. But in a town with a history that spans only a few decades, genuine, historical icons are finite.
Defending champ Angie Nolan wins annual debate with her argument for Toad Hall
Whistler's infamous and long defunct Toad Hall beat out dogs and naked skiers to win the last round of Icon Gone Wednesday night. The annual Whistler Museum event pits locals against each other to argue for Whistler's most iconic person, place or thing.