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Whistler sponsors preparing for refugee family’s arrival

Whistler sponsors preparing for refugee family’s arrival

The Whistler Community Church Refugee Sponsorship Program is hosting a rummage sale fundraiser this Saturday, May 28 in support of the family.
Pemberton’s Liam Fisher attempts 10-km tire flip challenge for cancer research

Pemberton’s Liam Fisher attempts 10-km tire flip challenge for cancer research

Fisher’s ‘Project Tired’ challenge has raised nearly $8,000
POW Canada goes to Parliament

POW Canada goes to Parliament

Whistler’s Mike Douglas was one of several Protect Our Winters representatives to attend a Climate Change and Sport Summit in Ottawa last month.
Naturespeak: Garden pest or acrobatic beetle?

Naturespeak: Garden pest or acrobatic beetle?

Eva Lake ceremony this week will celebrate legacy of Whistler icon Walter Zebrowski

Eva Lake ceremony this week will celebrate legacy of Whistler icon Walter Zebrowski

Ceremony is open to public and will include talks by the mayor and other notable locals
Environmental group seeks to protect rare endangered snake in the Pemberton Valley

Environmental group seeks to protect rare endangered snake in the Pemberton Valley

Stewardship Pemberton Society, in coordination with the Pemberton Valley Trail Association, plans to temporarily restrict access to popular mountain bike area
‘Work hard. Ski fast. Be humble’

‘Work hard. Ski fast. Be humble’

'Jonny's weekend' celebrated the life of a beloved Whistler Mountain Ski Club Coach Jonathan Kellock, who died from brain cancer in 2021.
Plan ahead for renovations, builders say

Plan ahead for renovations, builders say

Whistler municipal hall dealing with surge in applications
Alzheimer’s Walk returns to Whistler on May 29

Alzheimer’s Walk returns to Whistler on May 29

Participants can double their impact by registering online
Climate change is expanding the range of these tick pathogens — is B.C. next?

Climate change is expanding the range of these tick pathogens — is B.C. next?

As reported cases of Lyme disease surge across Canada, B.C. experts are tracking how climate change could make things worse, and hope the public — empowered with a new 'Instagram for ticks' — will help.