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Alta states: The Fitz Creek run-of-river project

Alta states: The Fitz Creek run-of-river project

W/B’s first real steps up the sustainability stairway
The smell lingers

The smell lingers

The municipality is flushing money down the drains but still a sewer line to the residents on Alta Lake road does not appear to be their priority.
Delivering the deliverables

Delivering the deliverables

“The Games will have an impact on the lives of Whistler residents, while the success of the Games will be achieved largely through community participation.” – Investing in the Dream document Well, duh.
iTunes 8.0 gets intuitive

iTunes 8.0 gets intuitive

Apple CEO Steve Jobs had a lot to announce at their annual fall party, including updates to the iTouch, new iPods, new software and capability for iPod Touch and iPhone products, the reintroduction of NBC programs to iTunes, HD television and movies,
Grant Lamont, The Cheakamus Challenge and what it all means

Grant Lamont, The Cheakamus Challenge and what it all means

“The Test Of Metal is one of my favourite races. It’s great, ya know — a true test of a rider’s skills.
Some councillors don’t get it

Some councillors don’t get it

A comprehensive, though not exhaustive, RMOW-Olympic budget was presented at council this week. Read the report together with the companion piece on our 2010 preparedness, and decide if the earmarked $8.
The devil is in the Olympic details

The devil is in the Olympic details

In just three short years, we’ll be able to start measuring the impact of the 2010 Olympics on Whistler.
Not in Canada?

Not in Canada?

I’ve always been of the opinion that the Internet for North Americans was more or less equal opportunity with no censorship.
Alta states: Live, work, play

Alta states: Live, work, play

Pemberton, the GEMS school and Jordan Sturdy
Price zooms without Zoom

Price zooms without Zoom

We visited Whistler last Easter and had a fantastic time; the resort was very busy but I guess that is what you want! As we have to travel in school holidays it always is busy when we travel, but Whistler copes well with a "full" resort.