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WHO: SideSixtySeven WHERE: The Boot Pub WHEN: Jan.

Some thoughts on why bad hangovers happen to good people

New Year’s Day. The old calendar, a mix of good days and bad days, gets thrown into the fire. The new calendar is a blank slate with 365 empty spaces waiting to be filled.

New perspectives needed in new year

If New Year’s Eve is a time for resolutions, perhaps a little honesty and a dose of reality would be good ones for the people who run some government departments. British Columbia is not the well-oiled machine it once was – if it ever was.


New Year’s Resolutions – where and what would you be without them? In the past I’ve resolved to read more books, clean my room, work harder at school, put $2,000 in the bank, call my mom every Sunday, be better at staying in touch with

Bloody Sunday

Province backing off on Sunday openings It may be great for the tourism industry, but local beer and wine store owners say Sunday opening is bad for business For the first time since Oct. 1 – the day that the B.C.

Density bonuses part of the future?

Rezoning for large homes receive first approvals in exchange for ‘community amenities’ "Bonus density" is a term Whistler may be hearing more of in the future, but councillors who voted in favour of it Monday insist they did not s

Warren Miller weekly in Whistler

AlpenRock House opens a theatre for ‘the man’ WHAT : Warren Miller Theatre WHERE : AlpenRock House WHEN : Wednesdays @ 7:30 p.m.

Pedestrian killed on Highway 99

Squamish RCMP are seeking the driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal hit-and-run with a pedestrian on Highway 99 approximately 500 metres south of Valley Drive just before 6 p.m., Monday, Dec 18.

Swiss TV uses the other AlpenRock House

When you are a European TV station broadcasting to a large audience, the only thing that limits programming is imagination. Other factors, such as a "huge" Swiss expatriate community in B.C.

Garibaldi at Squamish faces deadline

The proponents of Garibaldi at Squamish – a proposed four-season resort on the slopes of Brohm Ridge – need to secure between $2 million and $5 million in funding before the end of February, 2001. Without the cash the proposal could die.