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From farm to table

From farm to table

The food industry, from producers to eateries, copes with COVID-19
Growing pride

Growing pride

Lil’wat Nation poised to capture economic potential
Navigating educational uncertainty

Navigating educational uncertainty

What’s the new normal for Sea to Sky schools, tutors, and childcare look like?
Garibaldi never set foot here. Why is a park still named after him?

Garibaldi never set foot here. Why is a park still named after him?

It’s the 100th anniversary of the Garibaldi Park Reserve. The Squamish Nation know the mountain as Nch’kay’, a place of refuge during the Great Flood
Behind the strata battle ensnaring iconic Whistler eateries

Behind the strata battle ensnaring iconic Whistler eateries

Mexican Corner, Black’s Pub and Sushi Village owners ask court to stop bulk sale of their properties
Whistler’s drive for zero waste

Whistler’s drive for zero waste

COVID-19 lightened the load—making lasting changes will take more effort
Building back better

Building back better

Whistler enters a new, COVID-fuelled era of engagement
Best of Pemberton 2020

Best of Pemberton 2020

Pique’s annual Best of Pemberton tradition, where we pay tribute to the favourite people, places and things that make this incredible community tick, as voted by you, our readers.
Yes, labour trafficking & exploitation happens in the Sea to Sky

Yes, labour trafficking & exploitation happens in the Sea to Sky

Analyzing the issue and where to go for help.
The drive to preserve the Lil’wat  language

The drive to preserve the Lil’wat language

New mobile recording studio is contributing to efforts to ensure the Ucwalmícwts language flourishes