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Updated: Christmas Eve closures—Highway 99 to reopen at 4 p.m.

Updated: Christmas Eve closures—Highway 99 to reopen at 4 p.m.

Drivers should expect flooding, reduced speeds; All Whistler transit routes suspended for the day
Pemberton ‘Holiday Hampers’ initiative continuing to provide for locals in need

Pemberton ‘Holiday Hampers’ initiative continuing to provide for locals in need

The donation-based program is operated by Sea to Sky Community Services and depends on community financial support 
With storm on the way, Whistler's roads are about to get a whole lot crazier

With storm on the way, Whistler's roads are about to get a whole lot crazier

Mixture of snow, freezing rain and strong winds in the forecast, starting this evening
Q&A with SD48 superintendent Chris Nicholson

Q&A with SD48 superintendent Chris Nicholson

The superintendent discussed pandemic response, enrolment and growth, mental health, and Indigenous truth and reconciliation in the schools among other topics.
Aava the latest Whistler hotel to finalize contract with union

Aava the latest Whistler hotel to finalize contract with union

The collective bargaining agreement includes 13% wage bump over term and 8 paid sick days
Re-lighting ‘Jeremi’s Tree’

Re-lighting ‘Jeremi’s Tree’

How a group of friends is keeping spirits bright and their friend’s memory alive, more than a decade later
Just in time for Christmas, the Creekside Gondola is finally ready

Just in time for Christmas, the Creekside Gondola is finally ready

The new 10-person gondola will open with a ceremony beginning at 8:15 a.m. on Friday
Whistler packs a cop cruiser for annual toy and food drive

Whistler packs a cop cruiser for annual toy and food drive

RCMP briefs: Hit-and-run in Cheakamus; police seize cocaine
Whistler charities wrap up another year of giving back

Whistler charities wrap up another year of giving back

With holiday fundraising campaigns underway, demand for Whistler non-profits’ services—from the food bank to WAG and everything in between—remains strong heading into 2023
Police warn locals of ticketing scams after fraudsters target Whistler Library events

Police warn locals of ticketing scams after fraudsters target Whistler Library events

Events hosted at the Whistler Public Library are free
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