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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
Whistler launches new junior firefighter program

Whistler launches new junior firefighter program

Student work experience is designed to help train the next generation of firefighters
Vehicle found abandoned after suspected thieves ram into Whistler police car

Vehicle found abandoned after suspected thieves ram into Whistler police car

Rash of thefts serving as a reminder to keep vehicles locked, say Whistler RCMP
Officials talk resiliency, housing and more at LMLGA conference in Whistler

Officials talk resiliency, housing and more at LMLGA conference in Whistler

Politicians came together for first time in two years to discuss policy and priorities in a post-pandemic world
Whistler doctor sounds alarm on growing physician shortage

Whistler doctor sounds alarm on growing physician shortage

With only one full-service clinic remaining, Dr. Karin Kausky calls for more provincial support
Whistler council shoots down nuclear option in Sea to Sky transit strike

Whistler council shoots down nuclear option in Sea to Sky transit strike

A day before talks broke off yet again, Whistler officials shot down a proposal to end their contract with BC Transit, stop paying lease fees, and start a shuttle service.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. highest since February

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

Province has 46 more COVID-19 patients in hospitals than it had a week ago
Talks break down yet again in bitter Sea to Sky transit strike

Talks break down yet again in bitter Sea to Sky transit strike

Wednesday's mediated talks represented only the fourth full day of negotiations since job action began Jan. 29
More than 90% of Whistlerites can’t afford average market property

More than 90% of Whistlerites can’t afford average market property

Provincially mandated housing needs report offers most comprehensive view yet into Whistler’s housing crisis