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ICYMI in Whistler: Alpine residents warned of intrusive bear

Lil'wat Nation CAO resigns; Doc Fingers and Tom Keenlyside to play at PARC
Naturespeak 27.34 black bear with berries Photo by Liz Barrett
Photo by Liz Barrett.

Greetings on yet another balmy day. Here is your next Sea to Sky current events roundup. 

Local conservation officers have responded to multiple calls of a bear accessing people's homes in Alpine.

Lil’wat Nation Chief Administrative Officer Kerry Mehaffey has given his notice of resignation.

Sunday concerts at the Point Artist-Run Centre (PARC) will continue this weekend with Doc Fingers and Tom Keenlyside.

A province-wide campfire ban will be in place from midday on Friday, July 12 as B.C. continues to feel the heat.

The Village of Pemberton (VOP) is one step closer to getting a much-needed new fire truck.

Indigenous youth who take an ambassador program with the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) will now get post-secondary credits for their work.

The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District has released its provincially-mandated Statement of Financial Information (SOFI) for 2023.

Check out this week's "Museum Musings" about the hoary marmot.

Click here for a look at tomorrow's weather and road conditions as the heat wave rolls on.

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