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About those Olympic legacies

Nearly three years ago, when several hundred Whistlerites turned out for a special council meeting at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler to voice their opinions on being part of the Olympic bid, and then to hear council members vote 6-1 to officially endo

Downloaders win again

Latest court ruling strikes another blow against music industry While the federal government makes up its mind how to address the whole copyrighted songs vs.

This Week's Letters

STVs on parade We heard a lot about the STV during the lead up to the Provincial Election; here is another STV idea: Sustainable Transportation Vehicles.

Torino Games provide lessons for B.C.

Prior to being awarded the 2010 Olympics two years ago in Prague, members of the Vancouver bid committee, people in the tourism industry, the business community and government officials talked about the Games being a catalyst.

All Canadian surf club

Good day, eh? The Great White North is turning 137 this year, and on July 1 hosers from Signal Hill, Newfoundland to Tofino will be kicking back, cracking a few cold ones, and frying up some back bacon sandwiches.

This week's letters

RE: Reservations needs to do better (Pique letters June 9) In a recent letter to the editor, Judith May outlined concerns she had with the reservations service she received through Tourism Whistler. Ms. May raised a number of excellent points.

Moore’s Law on steroids

The prediction that keeps on being true Back in 1965 Gordon Moore, a co-founder of Intel, predicted that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits would double every year.

More than a library

I’ve always taken refuge in libraries.

Something in the water maybe?

By Andrew Mitchell The confrontation between the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the RMOW took a turn for the worst last week when attempts at mediated talks broke down twice with no resolution. Then CUPE went too far.

Back to the Webby’s

While there’s no shortage of new and exciting technology in the world, even the high-tech industry goes through its doldrums.
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