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EDITORIAL: Taking lessons learned into 2021

EDITORIAL: Taking lessons learned into 2021

As we get set to welcome in 2021, most of us are saying, “Please let it be better than 2020!” And while there is little doubt that most of what made 2020 challenging can be laid at the feet of the coronavirus, many of the ongoing issues t
SCIENCE MATTERS: Language shapes our relationship with nature

SCIENCE MATTERS: Language shapes our relationship with nature

As natural environments and geographies shape language, so too does language shape the way we see nature and, subsequently, the impacts we have on the lands and waters that surround us.
Opinion: U.K. variant of COVID-19 is in B.C. Now what?

Opinion: U.K. variant of COVID-19 is in B.C. Now what?

Don't expect the health order to be lifted in January
THE OUTSIDER: Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out, 2020

THE OUTSIDER: Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out, 2020

I’ve always found the calendar ticking over to a new year to be somewhat of a manufactured milestone. “This year, I plan to…” and all that. But as the rest of the human race can probably attest, 2020 was different.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Thanks for thinking of others

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Thanks for thinking of others

Thank you, Purebread Bakery in Function Junction. I was putting stocking stuffers together for the staff at Recycling (they do a heck of a tough job about which many of us in the public … know [nothing]).
EDITORIAL: Whistler, the best place on Earth

EDITORIAL: Whistler, the best place on Earth

This is traditionally a time when we think of family and friends and the relationships we have in our lives—well, at least most adults do: the kids are thinking about what is under the tree.
B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

B.C. residents support seizing cellphones of distracted drivers: poll

More than half of British Columbians say they have recently witnessed a driver talking on a hand-held cellphone or texting while driving
LETTER: Whistler should consider affordability for visitors

LETTER: Whistler should consider affordability for visitors

On Nov.
Politics is a key influencer in North American immigration views

Politics is a key influencer in North American immigration views

More than two in five Canadians (43%) think the number of immigrants who are allowed to relocate in Canada should remain the same.
LETTER: Whistler Blackcomb lot parking should be for paying guests

LETTER: Whistler Blackcomb lot parking should be for paying guests

On Sunday [Dec. 13] a couple of things happened.