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Here's what the SLRD is doing to reduce wildlife conflicts this summer

Here's what the SLRD is doing to reduce wildlife conflicts this summer

The Squamish Lillooet Regional District is partnering with WildSafe BC to deliver wildlife education for the third year in a row.
‘After my injury, my luck turned around’

‘After my injury, my luck turned around’

Faced with the likelihood of not being able to walk again after suffering a spinal injury snowbiking in Whistler, Philippe Devos beat the odds—with a little help.
Sea to Sky transit strike talks will resume May 27

Sea to Sky transit strike talks will resume May 27

Union still looking for roadmap to wage parity with Vancouver transit operators
Audit determines fire hazard wasn't handled properly at Cheakamus Community Forest

Audit determines fire hazard wasn't handled properly at Cheakamus Community Forest

Piles of logging debris not disposed of, creating 'significant wildfire risk,' says B.C.'s Forest Practices Board
Couple’s Sea to Sky crime spree ends in ‘high-risk takedown’

Couple’s Sea to Sky crime spree ends in ‘high-risk takedown’

Man and woman linked to three stolen vehicles and rash of thefts in Whistler and Pemberton
Pemberton's Slow Food Cycle Sunday returns Aug. 21

Pemberton's Slow Food Cycle Sunday returns Aug. 21

This year's event will mark the 16th Slow Food Cycle Sunday in the Pemberton Valley and the first since 2019.
Update: One person airlifted to hospital following single-vehicle collision on Highway 99

Update: One person airlifted to hospital following single-vehicle collision on Highway 99

Emergency crews responded to a vehicle incident just south of Cheakamus Canyon climbing area, north of Squamish.
Strong winds, precipitation to blow through Whistler beginning Tuesday night

Strong winds, precipitation to blow through Whistler beginning Tuesday night

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Whistler and the rest of the South Coast.
Number of private dwellings in Whistler fell over five-year period, census data shows

Number of private dwellings in Whistler fell over five-year period, census data shows

A growing—and aging—population has further compounded the resort’s housing crunch.
New federal electoral boundaries proposed for British Columbia

New federal electoral boundaries proposed for British Columbia

Under new boundaries, Sea to Sky riding would get slightly smaller, B.C. would gain one seat