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'Leather TimBigs Holder': 11 funny and strange April Fool's Day pranks from Canada (PHOTOS)

'Leather TimBigs Holder': 11 funny and strange April Fool's Day pranks from Canada (PHOTOS)

Some Vancouverites pulled some pretty great pranks, too.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why are we punishing Whistler Blackcomb?

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why are we punishing Whistler Blackcomb?

Man charged with murder in Lynn Valley stabbing makes brief court appearance

Man charged with murder in Lynn Valley stabbing makes brief court appearance

Yannick Bandaogo spoke only a few words, through a French interpreter at his first court appearance
Conquering Alexander mix genres and language in debut EP

Conquering Alexander mix genres and language in debut EP

Whistler group releases 9202, available on all streaming platforms
COVID-19 exposures prompt about 180 Sea to Sky students to self-monitor

COVID-19 exposures prompt about 180 Sea to Sky students to self-monitor

The exposures in Squamish and the Sea to Sky happened between March 2 to 19.
Influx of reservations from the Lower Mainland prompts Big White to close a week early

Influx of reservations from the Lower Mainland prompts Big White to close a week early

Spokesperson says if the ski resort had stayed open, they would have been the only resort west of the Kootenays open after the Easter long weekend.
Vancouver police arrest suspect in three Masonic Hall arson fires

Vancouver police arrest suspect in three Masonic Hall arson fires

RCMP are asking that anyone with information about these fires to contact them.
'We want this over as much as any other age group': Responding to Premier Horgan's plea for the young people not to 'blow it for the rest of us'

'We want this over as much as any other age group': Responding to Premier Horgan's plea for the young people not to 'blow it for the rest of us'

"Statements such as Premier Horgan’s devalues our worth, overlooks our tremendous losses, and minimizes the sacrifices that we have already made over the course of the past year."
Mountain bikers blamed for killing 4,000 juvenile fish in Coquitlam creek

Mountain bikers blamed for killing 4,000 juvenile fish in Coquitlam creek

The city of Coquitlam is putting up fences in the area of Tahsis and Ozada avenues to stop unsanctioned trails from being used, and to prevent vandalism around Maple Creek.
Efforts underway to create a UNESCO Geopark in the Sea to Sky

Efforts underway to create a UNESCO Geopark in the Sea to Sky

The Sea to Sky Fire and Ice Aspiring Geopark project includes four upcoming sites in Whistler. The ultimate aim is to create educational sites from Mount Meager to Squamish’s Howe Sound that will inform tourists about geological formations and the culture connected to them.