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The only constant in Whistler is change It may not be a pleasant thought to those who are still mentally prepared for summer, but winter is not far away.

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Typical of Whistler, no one publishes a book for several years and then we get three in one week, with two more to be published next month.

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Sometime soon the people of Whistler are going to have to discuss the current 52,500 bed unit ceiling on development. Virtually all of those bed units have been allocated.

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When the Mountain Resort Associations Act was proclaimed last week the province made it clear it wants more places like Whistler.

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Tourism industry as diverse as the people behind it Tourism's profile has increased considerably in recent years.

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Last weekend, with its event-packed schedule, may have been a defining moment for Whistler in the summer of 1995.

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Last year Doubleday published an amusing book called Raeside’s Canada, a collection of cartoons and thoughts about Canada by Adrian Raeside, cartoonist for the Victoria Times-Colonist.

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Last week's open house on the Ministry of Lands' Commercial Backcountry Recreation policy served as a reminder of how busy the backcountry has become — despite its size and seemingly wide open spaces.

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The next step in the environmental/conservation movement took place at the Whistler Conference Centre earlier this week.

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For all the rhetoric about British Columbia’s strategic position on the Pacific Rim and how trade with Pacific Rim countries is the economic future of our province, B.C. is still very internally focused.