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Most Whistler locals believe gyms should not have been closed last month: Poll

Most Whistler locals believe gyms should not have been closed last month: Poll

Nearly 67% of local respondents say B.C.'s mandated closure of fitness facilities should not have been issued
‘Unprecedented’ Pemberton snowfall creating challenges for crews

‘Unprecedented’ Pemberton snowfall creating challenges for crews

Village of Pemberton wary of potential flooding as snow turns to rain
It cost one Whistler property owner $200K to discharge an employee suite—but that may soon change

It cost one Whistler property owner $200K to discharge an employee suite—but that may soon change

Whistler council wants to update payment structure of procedure that allows owners to buy out mandatory employee suite
Whistler welcomes home its first baby of 2022

Whistler welcomes home its first baby of 2022

Roneal Andre Sibal born at Squamish General Hospital on Sunday, Jan. 2
COVID-19 hospitalizations soar as B.C. changes counting system

COVID-19 hospitalizations soar as B.C. changes counting system

Province previously only counted people as being COVID-19 patients if the disease prompted them to go to hospital.
Sea to Sky students head back to class with new protocols in place

Sea to Sky students head back to class with new protocols in place

Staggered start times, more distancing on the agenda as school district prepares for possible staff shortages
BC AdventureSmart, Ducks Unlimited hosting virtual snow safety course

BC AdventureSmart, Ducks Unlimited hosting virtual snow safety course

Event takes place Sunday, Jan. 16 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Whistler Blackcomb staff shortage prompts weekend ski school cancellation

Whistler Blackcomb staff shortage prompts weekend ski school cancellation

Resort offering families a deeply discounted lesson alternative after scratching weekly Minis Club 
Whistler's extra weekend transit service slashed until April

Whistler's extra weekend transit service slashed until April

Transit operator recruitment campaign currently underway to address driver shortage
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to record high: 534

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. rise to record high: 534

Seven more deaths raise the province's pandemic death toll to 2,462.