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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.
SCIENCE MATTERS: We have the power to create a brighter future

SCIENCE MATTERS: We have the power to create a brighter future

'Our COVID-19 response proves we’re capable of making rapid, decisive progress,' when it comes to the climate change crisis, writes David Suzuki, 'But we must start thinking longer-term.'
LETTER: Whistler Blackcomb in-person staff saves the day

LETTER: Whistler Blackcomb in-person staff saves the day

Like many passholders, I was disappointed when Whistler Blackcomb (WB) sold to Vail Resorts. The frustration grew as we watched [Vail Resorts] make multiple decisions that basically told the existing skiers to piss off.
RANGE ROVER: Books galore

RANGE ROVER: Books galore

As if you haven’t already read enough during the pandemic, I offer my annual pre-holiday roundup of outdoorsy books.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Will you get the vaccine when it becomes available?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Will you get the vaccine when it becomes available?

EDITORIAL: For all our sakes, get vaccinated against the coronavirus

EDITORIAL: For all our sakes, get vaccinated against the coronavirus

It is with great relief that Canada is starting to receive a vaccine for COVID-19.
MAXED OUT: All I want for Christmas…

MAXED OUT: All I want for Christmas…

Yo, ol’ jolly one.
BALDREY: Vast majority of British Columbians are working hard to follow public health orders

BALDREY: Vast majority of British Columbians are working hard to follow public health orders

The looming Christmas season will prove to be perhaps the most critical time of this pandemic
The Outsider: Uphill travel, revisited

The Outsider: Uphill travel, revisited

While I’m still finding my fitness groove for ski touring season, I always believe the best way to get some momentum is to throw myself into the deep end.
SCIENCE MATTERS: It’s time for Canada to address environmental racism

SCIENCE MATTERS: It’s time for Canada to address environmental racism

In Canada, we’re quick to favourably compare ourselves to our southern neighbours. COVID-19 caseloads may be at an all-time high here, but the U.S. situation is even more dire. Canada hasn’t managed to curb carbon emissions, but the U.S.