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ICYMI in Whistler: $1M price tag for a kilometre of paving

Contactless transit payment for Whistler and Pemberton; local bikers podium at BC Cup opener
Whistler municipal planner John Chapman details a new design study for Lake Placid Road in Creekside during a walking tour on May 2.

It's been a while, but welcome back to your roundup of Sea to Sky current events. 

The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has awarded a $1-million contract to Squamish-based Alpine Paving for Whistler’s road and valley trail reconstruction project for 2024.

Transit in Whistler and Pemberton is going with contactless payment this summer. 

Numerous local riders won medals at the recent BC Cup bike race on home soil.

Representatives from the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) say they are committed to advocating for constituents affected by wildfire last summer.

Lil’wat Forestry Ventures' (LFV) work on the Q̓welq̓welústen/Mount Meager Landslide Restoration project is garnering attention across the province.

One year into her tenure as centre director of Music Together Whistler, Rachel Lewis has plenty to feel good about. 

The new chair of the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee, MP Patrick Weiler, is ready to hit the ground running. 

Last weekend's XFONDO Whistler event offered participants three distances, including a brand-new 73-kilometre route.

Mountain Muse is back for another year.

Tomorrow's weather and road conditions can be found here.

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