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Pardon me if this sounds a little cynical, but of the dozens and dozens of announcements and government initiatives Premier Glen Clark has unveiled in the two months since he became premier, Monday’s press release on a new tourism board was one of th

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It’s Employee Recognition Week in Whistler, which culminates tonight with the annual Employee Recognition Dinner. The program, administered by the Chamber of Commerce, is one of Whistler’s better moves.

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Man is not the most rational creature on the face of the earth, occasionally he may want to do things that aren’t good for him, that may put his life at risk.

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The first World Ski and Snowboard Festival gets underway today, appropriately enough on Good Friday.

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Give the people what they want. Feb.

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Last week there was a celebration of Canada’s cultural heritage. I refer to the Montreal Canadiens’ move from the Forum to the new Molson Centre, rather than the Juno Awards.

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Those of us who live or spend time in the mountains like to think we are removed from the frantic, dog-eat-man world of the big city and its attendant crime. The assault on Blackcomb last week put to rest that smug assumption.

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Solutions to the employee housing problem are not easy and they are not uniform.

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Whistler Mayor Ted Nebbeling had reason to smile last week when he returned from Spain with a long-term commitment from the FIS for Whistler to host World Cup races.

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Freedom to Read should not be taken lightly In 1914 Balzac’s Droll Stories was banned by Canada Customs. In January 1930 Canada Customs prohibited importation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover.