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B.C. government hands out more than $1.1M to Whistler events

B.C. government hands out more than $1.1M to Whistler events

Recovery grants part of the more than $30M awarded to 680 events across B.C.
Calling all violinists: The Sea to Sky String Orchestra wants you

Calling all violinists: The Sea to Sky String Orchestra wants you

Violinists in the corridor, now is your time to shine. The Sea to Sky String Orchestra is looking to add classically trained violinists to the group after the recent departure of two members.
Whistler author’s new book warns of dangers of genetic manipulation

Whistler author’s new book warns of dangers of genetic manipulation

Lucien Telford’s The Sequence weaves three stories into ‘near-future techno thriller’ 
Here are 8 books you should read if you wore an orange t-shirt this year

Here are 8 books you should read if you wore an orange t-shirt this year

An essential reading list for people interested in reconciliation in Canada
Pique’s Christmas concert roundup

Pique’s Christmas concert roundup

Between carollers, choirs and a chamber concert, there are plenty of ways to ring in the holiday season
The unapologetic Canadianness of WFF coming-of-age flick, Drinkwater

The unapologetic Canadianness of WFF coming-of-age flick, Drinkwater

Shot in Penticton, B.C., the upbeat comedy screens at the festival on Dec. 3 and 5 
‘Hilarious, loose and lewd’: Laugh Out LIVE set to begin 18-week run at Maury Young Arts Centre

‘Hilarious, loose and lewd’: Laugh Out LIVE set to begin 18-week run at Maury Young Arts Centre

Part improv, part stand-up, part sketch comedy series debuts Dec. 9
Museum Musings: An oasis in the bushes

Museum Musings: An oasis in the bushes

Bratz Biz makes its return in new venue

Bratz Biz makes its return in new venue

Thirty-four youth vendors will sell their wares outside of SLCC on Nov. 27 and 28 
Whistler Film Festival doc delves into the complicated legacy of Cowichan Chief Tzouhalem

Whistler Film Festival doc delves into the complicated legacy of Cowichan Chief Tzouhalem

Tzouhalem looks at the many sides of the near-mythical warrior, leader and military strategist