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Opening remarks British Columbia is 948,596 square kilometres of land and water, 9.5 per cent of all of Canada, as the country currently stands. The number of people who want a piece of that land is increasing.

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Opening remarks April is the season of transition for Whistler April is the transition period in Whistler. Skiing ends on Whistler this weekend, finishes on Blackcomb in another few weeks. Mountain biking and other summer pursuits have already begun.

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Opening remarks Do decisions in Victoria and Whistler show political leadership? Politicians are expected to lead, to make decisions on behalf of their constituents, and to act in their constituents’ best interests.

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Opening remarks Treaty negotiation process must be opened up Considering the B.C.

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Opening remarks BC Rail won't be a viable transportation alternative BC Rail is packaging a new passenger service this summer, from Whistler to Kelly Lake and back.

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Opening remarks The Vernal Equinox next week signals a change of season. For the first time in six months day and night are (briefly) in balance.

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Opening remarks Some of the most important findings for Whistler’s future have come not from the resort association’s research or the planning department’s monitoring system but from the mayor's ad hoc committee on youths.

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Opening remarks What's wrong with open dialogue? A couple of points kept surfacing at Tuesday night's forum on union activities. The first being the forum itself.

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More than 400 volunteers have been on Whistler Mountain this week, erecting fences, building safety systems and securing the course for the weekend's World Cup ski races.

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Opening remarks On Monday the Whistler Valley Housing Society is scheduled to present a report to council on Whistler's affordable housing situation.