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Joyous reclamation: New SLCC exhibit details efforts to preserve and nurture B.C.’s 34 Indigenous languages

Joyous reclamation: New SLCC exhibit details efforts to preserve and nurture B.C.’s 34 Indigenous languages

‘It’s so important for people to understand how we are working at getting back our language—and not just working at it, but being successful at it’
Submissions open for RMOW’s Poet’s Pause competition

Submissions open for RMOW’s Poet’s Pause competition

Winning poems will receive $200 and be displayed in Alta Lake Park
Pemberton Secondary channels the glorious, mulleted ’80s in The Wedding Singer

Pemberton Secondary channels the glorious, mulleted ’80s in The Wedding Singer

Stage adaptation of classic Adam Sandler flick marks PSS’ 22nd theatre production since 2015 
The split personality of electro-grunge outfit Significant Insect

The split personality of electro-grunge outfit Significant Insect

Husband-and-wife duo’s brooding sound blends crunchy guitars with industrial synth 
‘The only way past it is through it’ and other lessons from The Art of Losing It

‘The only way past it is through it’ and other lessons from The Art of Losing It

Whistlerite Rosemary Keevil’s new memoir details how she fought—and overcame—her battles with grief and addiction
Whistler Secondary alum’s Cold War thriller ushers readers from Moscow to the White House

Whistler Secondary alum’s Cold War thriller ushers readers from Moscow to the White House

Anna Pitoniak’s Our American Friend is the fictional biography of a mysterious first lady loosely inspired by Melania Trump 
A night of toe-tapping jazz to hit a high note in Squamish

A night of toe-tapping jazz to hit a high note in Squamish

Connor Lum Jazz Quintet concert on Saturday, Feb. 26 at Eagle Eye Theatre.
Whistler crew traces skiing’s origins in Return to Roots

Whistler crew traces skiing’s origins in Return to Roots

Short doc came out of wider Snow Hunters project that was cut short in rural China by COVID—and an avalanche 
Acclaimed B.C. poet Gary Geddes plucks from ‘the ventriloquism of history’ in new book

Acclaimed B.C. poet Gary Geddes plucks from ‘the ventriloquism of history’ in new book

Commonwealth Poetry Prize winner reads from anti-war tome The Ventriloquist at Whistler library event
Vancouver's Just for Laughs comedy festival is back on following postponement

Vancouver's Just for Laughs comedy festival is back on following postponement

Shows will be taking place across the city this May!