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Disc golf course closing Nov. 15

It’s like that scene in Braveheart where Willliam Wallace is dying, but it’s hard to feel too sad because the wife of the prince is carrying Wallace’s baby, and quite possibly the heir to the throne of England – one life ends in t

The Source

SPECIAL EVENTS CORNUCOPIA . The annual celebration of food and drink takes place Nov. 8-11. Winemakers dinners, workshops, tastings and celebrity cook-offs are part of the festival. Full details available from Tourism Whistler. THIRD DEGREE BURNS.

Whistler skiers step up training, commitment

Club offers high performance programs to athletes As one of the strongest ski clubs in the province, the Whistler Mountain Ski Club (WMSC) has produced its fair share of champions, regionally, provincially, and nationally, many of whom have gone on t

Travel Story

Branded in Heaven

Sounders upset Devils in Volleyball Championship

On Nov. 5, senior women’s volleyball teams from Howe Sound, Pemberton and Whistler met in the annual Sea to Sky Volleyball Championship.

STORMBC to get bigger and faster

Coaches to develop new programs, bring in more riders With the regular program increasing from 35 kids to 50 kids over the previous year, and members of the racing team jumping up into more difficult competitive categories after dominating last year,

Whistler legend makes skiing honour roll

McConkey among six skiers and one snowboarder to receive awards Five skiers will be added to the Honour Roll of Canadian Skiing, and one skier and one snowboarder will be presented awards by the Canadian Ski Museum at their annual awards banquet on N

Squash Club Results — Week One

Team Points Total VIP Holidays 18 18 Meadow Park 16 16 SMG Canada 16 16 MacMillan Thorn 15 15 Scotia Bank 14 14 W.

New contest brings 2010 bid to youth

To make local kids more aware of the Vancouver-Whistler bid to host the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the bid committee is holding a contest designed to test their knowledge.

Ski racer dies after collision

Despite the best efforts of doctors and surgeons, French skiing champion Regine Cavagnoud died Wednesday from the head injuries she sustained two days earlier after colliding with German ski coach Markus Anwander during a training run.