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Whistler Sliding Centre hosts bobsleigh and skeleton recruitment day

Whistler Sliding Centre hosts bobsleigh and skeleton recruitment day

This Saturday, the Whistler Sliding Centre is holding a recruitment day for anyone 14 and up who is interested in learning more about bobsleigh or skeleton.
PARTIAL RECALL: Week of September 9, 2021

PARTIAL RECALL: Week of September 9, 2021

With plenty of seals to eat, Bigg's orcas flooding Salish Sea

With plenty of seals to eat, Bigg's orcas flooding Salish Sea

The orcas, named after orca research pioneer Dr. Michael Bigg, are no longer regarded as transient.
After more than a year of virtual work-arounds, Whistler’s choral groups are back singing together again

After more than a year of virtual work-arounds, Whistler’s choral groups are back singing together again

After meeting online and outdoors, Barbed Choir, Whistler Singers and Whistler Children’s Chorus are moving back to in-person rehearsals 
Whistler skier starts GoFundMe to support Olympic dream

Whistler skier starts GoFundMe to support Olympic dream

Stefanie Fleckenstein has started a GoFundMe to help subsidize her ski season ahead of the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing
Fairy Creek surpasses Clayoquot Sound in arrests

Fairy Creek surpasses Clayoquot Sound in arrests

Protesters have been blocking logging roads and occupying camps in the Fairy Creek area for more than a year.
Cougar locks eyes with B.C. homeowner after killing neighbourhood cat, dog

Cougar locks eyes with B.C. homeowner after killing neighbourhood cat, dog

The animal was euthanized as it posed a public safety threat, the Conservation Officer Service says.
Drug users warned of tainted crack cocaine on North Shore

Drug users warned of tainted crack cocaine on North Shore

The B.C. Coroners Service reports there were 26 deaths involving illicit drugs in the North Shore - Coast Garibaldi health service area between January and June 2021. Six of those drug deaths were in North Vancouver and West Vancouver
Maximum rent increase in 2022 in B.C. capped at 1.5 per cent

Maximum rent increase in 2022 in B.C. capped at 1.5 per cent

Rent increases can't take effect before Jan. 1, 2022.
Not all B.C. restaurants will require vaccine card for access. Here's what you need to know

Not all B.C. restaurants will require vaccine card for access. Here's what you need to know

There are some key exceptions to B.C.'s new proof-of-vaccination requirement at non-essential businesses like restaurants.