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Whistler’s International Day of the Girl tackles gender equality in sports

Whistler’s International Day of the Girl tackles gender equality in sports

Hosted by Whistler Secondary’s Leadership Club, Oct. 13 event welcomes four panellists
Is it time for Canada to open its doors to climate migrants?

Is it time for Canada to open its doors to climate migrants?

As huge swathes of the world become uninhabitable due to rising heat, a group of refugee lawyers say Canada could become an important oasis
Whistler Community Church opens in new home

Whistler Community Church opens in new home

More than 20 years in the making, $4.2M church held its first official service in White Gold on Oct. 3
Sea to Sky Rotary clubs make lemonade out of lemons

Sea to Sky Rotary clubs make lemonade out of lemons

Even as COVID-19 paused in-person fundraisers, clubs exceeded their annual targets
B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

Another five deaths in past day push provincial pandemic death toll to 2,001.
École la Vallée continues to inch closer to approval

École la Vallée continues to inch closer to approval

Pemberton council agrees to amend bylaw that has been holding up development of new French School
Vancouver police officer convicted of sexually assaulting colleague in Whistler hotel

Vancouver police officer convicted of sexually assaulting colleague in Whistler hotel

A Vancouver police officer has been convicted of sexually assaulting a colleague during a trip to Whistler in 2019.
RMOW’s Q2 finances ‘challenged’ by COVID-19

RMOW’s Q2 finances ‘challenged’ by COVID-19

Lack of uncertainty remains a concern heading into final months of 2021
Flurry of major police calls mark unusual week in Sea to Sky

Flurry of major police calls mark unusual week in Sea to Sky

In span of five days, RCMP dealt with two gun scares, threatened youth fight, and a weapon assault
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since May

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since May

The 373 British Columbians in hospitals with the disease include 132 in ICUs.