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RMOW outlines main priorities for coming term

RMOW outlines main priorities for coming term

Housing, tourism, climate action and community engagement are the major priorities landed on at a December council retreat
B.C. researcher unveils space yeast that could enable deep-space travel

B.C. researcher unveils space yeast that could enable deep-space travel

Payloads of baker’s yeast sent on a recent trip to the moon could one day protect astronauts from cosmic radiation
Meet Macadamia, the one-year-old mom and WAG resident who’s looking for a home to call her own

Meet Macadamia, the one-year-old mom and WAG resident who’s looking for a home to call her own

Whistler Animals Galore to host open shelter day on Feb. 11 from noon to 4 p.m.
Whistler Lakes Conservation Association earns award for work protecting local lakes

Whistler Lakes Conservation Association earns award for work protecting local lakes

BC Lakes Stewardship Society names organization its volunteer of the year
D’Arcy parents want local school to keep admitting students in grades 4-7

D’Arcy parents want local school to keep admitting students in grades 4-7

School District 48 intends to turn Blackwater Creek Elementary School back into a K-3 institution, sending older kids to Pemberton’s Signal Hill Elementary
'We’re going as fast as we can go with the resources we have': Whistler 2020 Development Co. president

'We’re going as fast as we can go with the resources we have': Whistler 2020 Development Co. president

The WDC hopes to start construction next month on a new employee rental building in Cheakamus Crossing
Municipal parking rates going up; year-round pay parking recommended for lots 4, 5

Municipal parking rates going up; year-round pay parking recommended for lots 4, 5

Starting April 3, parking rates will increase at the conference centre, library, municipal hall and other locations across Whistler
Whistler Blackcomb community rallies behind colleague, nearly one year after life-changing accident

Whistler Blackcomb community rallies behind colleague, nearly one year after life-changing accident

Wayne Wiltse, paralyzed in a collision between Whistler and Pemberton last February, says support has been ‘amazing’
RMOW considering selling naming rights to capital assets like Olympic Plaza and Meadow Park Sports Centre

RMOW considering selling naming rights to capital assets like Olympic Plaza and Meadow Park Sports Centre

On Jan. 10, officials voted in favour of developing a new sponsorship strategy aimed at drumming up alternative revenue for municipal coffers
Fire dancers miffed at being left off Fire & Ice show after 18 years

Fire dancers miffed at being left off Fire & Ice show after 18 years

Troupe says lack of communication from WB around decision ‘felt like a slap in the face’
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