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ICYMI in Whistler: RMOW to rake in nearly $14 million in tourism funds

MP Weiler reaffirms commitment to Sea to Sky affordability issues; artists Jane and Jonah Waterous visiting from Feb. 14 to 20
Whistler village shops, hotels and restaurants blanketed in fresh snow.

Good evening, and welcome back to your weekday wrap-up of current events around the Sea to Sky. 

The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) stands to benefit from nearly $14 million in tourism funds. Click here for a breakdown of how that money is expected to be spent.

West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country MP Patrick Weiler is "excited" to address the cost-of-living issues being faced by the vast majority of his constituents. 

Bahamian artists Jane and Jonah Waterous are again partnering with the Whistler Contemporary Gallery (WCG) for an exhibition this week.

The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) is increasing a bevy of fees by 25 per cent or more.

Schreyer Construction Ltd. has been named a finalist for four Georgie Awards.

Marielle Thompson won two consecutive World Cup races last weekend and now has 29 ski cross gold medals. 

In other SLRD news, the district has made some nominal revisions to its building bylaws.

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