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B.C. COVID-19 patients in ICU reach highest level since April

B.C. COVID-19 patients in ICU reach highest level since April

Number of patients with COVID-19 in intensive care units of hospitals rose to 26, up two overnight
Environmental issues hot topic at Whistler all-candidates

Environmental issues hot topic at Whistler all-candidates

Advance voting open in Whistler until Wednesday
Black Water—A powerful story of reconnection

Black Water—A powerful story of reconnection

David A Robertson’s book looks at family, legacy and blood memory
B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

B.C. Health officials now monitoring 3,683 people for COVID-19 infections – an all-time high

The number of people being monitored for the virus after known exposure to identified cases has been steadily rising
Whistler Olympic Park up for readers’ choice award

Whistler Olympic Park up for readers’ choice award

Park among 20 cross-country ski resorts nominated by USA Today
Naturespeak: Fungus Among Us factoids

Naturespeak: Fungus Among Us factoids

This weekend is the Whistler Naturalists’ 18th annual Fungus Among Us event—and we are going virtual this year with a Fantastic Fungi Photo Contest, Talks with Gurus and Cooking and Preserving Wild Mushrooms (details at end of article) on
Sea to Sky candidates lay out plans for tourism, business recovery

Sea to Sky candidates lay out plans for tourism, business recovery

Economic recovery front and centre in Oct. 24 election campaigns
‘I want the act of being alive to be my job’

‘I want the act of being alive to be my job’

Anthropologist, botanist and author Wade Davis’ advice on living a rich life 
Local Halloween events look a little different this year

Local Halloween events look a little different this year

Whistler, Pemberton adjust trick-or-treating due to COVID-19
Whistler restaurants wrestling with how to make most of outdoor seating areas this winter

Whistler restaurants wrestling with how to make most of outdoor seating areas this winter

Local officials support extension of temporary patio use until Oct. 31, 2021 
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