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A hunt for tribal recognition at the U.S.-Canada border

A hunt for tribal recognition at the U.S.-Canada border

Rick Desautel shot an elk to prove the Arrow Lakes Band—unrecognized as a First Nation in Canada—still exists
Celebrating Pique

Celebrating Pique

Celebrating Pique We celebrate 25 years of Pique in this special feature. Anniversary Design by Jon Parris Did you know that the first edition of Pique is dated the day before it was available, or that our offices are a haven for dogs, or that G.D.
Mountain biking's winding road to sustainability

Mountain biking's winding road to sustainability

Tourism symposium discusses the sport's environmental, social, and economic future
Halloween Stories

Halloween Stories

Halloween has always been a time of year that draws out the inner storyteller in all of us. As the shadows grow longer and the chill in the air crispens, we open ourselves up to the mystery of the world, the things we struggle to explain.
Nerding out about local government with Mayor Jack Crompton et al

Nerding out about local government with Mayor Jack Crompton et al

Nerding out about local government with Mayor Jack Crompton et al. Story by Braden Dupuis. Illustration by Claire Ryan Like many politicians, Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton has a secret.
Your Vote 2019:

Your Vote 2019:

The Pique guide to #Elxn43
Deadly decisions

Deadly decisions

Critics say the BC Conservation officer Service is overly reliant on lethal force—it maintains they are only seeing a 'snapshot' of what they do
Whatcha Smokin'?

Whatcha Smokin'?

Canadians face lifetime bans to U.S. over past cannabis use, CBD oils and social media posts
Paradise found

Paradise found

Searching for the families that quietly waited out doomsday deep in the Cayoosh Range mountains
The 4-1-1 on bullying

The 4-1-1 on bullying

Sea to Sky parents, researchers weigh in onthe lasting impacts of bullying—and how to mitigate them