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Invictus Games should expand Whistler’s reputation as adaptive destination

Invictus Games should expand Whistler’s reputation as adaptive destination

Coming to Whistler and Vancouver in 2025, Whistler Adaptive Sports Program was key driver in landing Games 
Axemen prepare for semi-final match

Axemen prepare for semi-final match

The Axemen Rugby Club are set to face off with Coquitlam United RFC in a Division 2 semi-final match this Saturday in Squamish
Whistler’s Garrett Milan wraps up first season in Sweden

Whistler’s Garrett Milan wraps up first season in Sweden

Local hockey player prepping skills camps for Whistler kids this summer
Squamish local starts GoFundMe for Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame

Squamish local starts GoFundMe for Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame

Jeff Patterson hopes to find a location somewhere in Whistler to capitalize on the ingrained snowboard culture and heavy foot traffic
'Honoured': Vancouver, Whistler win bid for 2025 Invictus Games

'Honoured': Vancouver, Whistler win bid for 2025 Invictus Games

Delta MP Carla Qualtrough was in The Hague for the announcement.
North Vancouver Olympian Brodie Seger honoured for ALS advocacy

North Vancouver Olympian Brodie Seger honoured for ALS advocacy

Downhill skier given Leaders of Tomorrow Award for helmet design campaign that raised more than $18,000
Saudan Couloir Extreme returns after two-year hiatus

Saudan Couloir Extreme returns after two-year hiatus

The iconic Blackcomb Mountain ski race, which got its start in the 1980s, returned to Whistler for the first time since 2019 on April 16
Whistler gymnastics club athletes have strong showing in return to in-person meets

Whistler gymnastics club athletes have strong showing in return to in-person meets

Multiple Whistler gymnastics and trampoline athletes achieved top-10 finishes at provincials in late March
Whistlerite Aiden Bayliffe to play in Telus Cup with Vancouver Chiefs

Whistlerite Aiden Bayliffe to play in Telus Cup with Vancouver Chiefs

Sixteen-year-old Bayliffe will be up against the best U18 hockey teams in the country when the Telus Cup gets underway in May
District of Squamish to limit pickleball court hours following noise complaints

District of Squamish to limit pickleball court hours following noise complaints

Municipality investigating relocation of courts, which may cost an additional $60,000 to $260,000.