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Arts Whistler hosting community pumpkin carving contest

Arts Whistler hosting community pumpkin carving contest

Put your creativity and carving skills to the test this Saturday night
B.C. offers EV charging rebates for condo, apartment dwellers

B.C. offers EV charging rebates for condo, apartment dwellers

Workplaces are also eligible for a provincial rebate on electric vehicle charging infrastructure of up to 50 per cent of installation costs to a maximum of $2,000 per charger.
Letter to the Editor: Fee for information erodes public trust

Letter to the Editor: Fee for information erodes public trust

'Government works for the people. Politicians get paycheques.'
Health alert: Canada-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Health alert: Canada-wide mushroom recall issued after possible listeria contamination

Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
‘Unusual’ sighting: Beluga whale swims through B.C. waters

‘Unusual’ sighting: Beluga whale swims through B.C. waters

A beluga whale has come a long way from home and passed B.C. on its way.
Alpine Canada announces 2021-22 World Cup team

Alpine Canada announces 2021-22 World Cup team

Brodie Seger and Jack Crawford look to build on their fourth place finishes at the World Championships last year
Man accused of killing B.C. father and son was staying in their house, friend says

Man accused of killing B.C. father and son was staying in their house, friend says

Anyone with information about the killings is asked to contact police.
Letter to the Editor: Time to do the right thing

Letter to the Editor: Time to do the right thing

'It will not only help to stop the spread of the virus, but will be a much more pleasurable experience for all of Whistler Blackcomb’s customers'
Pemberton Canoe Association season wraps up

Pemberton Canoe Association season wraps up

In a shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pemberton Canoe Association was still able to bring in 20 new paddlers to the program.
Under new emissions plan, B.C. accelerates phase-out of gas-powered cars

Under new emissions plan, B.C. accelerates phase-out of gas-powered cars

New plan puts caps on oil and gas emissions, phases out gas-powered vehicles and moves to regulate zero-emission buildings. But critics say it fails to properly regulate the future of gas production in B.C.