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ICYMI in Whistler: Lil'wat woman speaks on Indigenous alienation in school

WVHS wants housing agreement amendment; four local nonprofits benefit from new lease agreements
Aiyana Kalanı and her boyfriend.

Good evening on this rather moist Tuesday. Here is your regularly-scheduled roundup of Sea to Sky current events. 

Aiyana Kalani of the Lil’wat Nation spoke out on her university experience, claiming that the school system "was created for settlers by settlers."

Whistler’s mayor and council voted to expedite a modified housing agreement with the Whistler Valley Housing Society (WVHS). 

The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) approved four waived lease agreements with four nonprofits that operate in the community.

More pricey water and sewer work is set to get underway in Whistler. 

Simranjeet Kaur’s family table has expanded to include the entire population of Pemberton.

Three local Indigenous artists have given the Peak to Peak gondola a makeover.

The Four Jays will play April 7 in Whistler. 

Weather and road conditions for tomorrow can be found here.

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